Asapaka is an artlang. It is one of the easiest languages to learn. Asapaka only has 102 words! its inspiration came from Toki Pona. How Asapaka got to 102 words was by adding an opposite prefix ( ma ) asa = good ma-asa = bad and by combining words which are similar and taking useless words away. The amount of Asapaka speakers is unknown. In Asapaka you can have a sentence with just 1 word by uniting them. For example, the goals are similar to the ones of Toki Pona and is meant to be a simple language which is also easy to learn. It should simplify thinking. Asapaka was created by Valtteri lahti from Finland.
Kukolanajanasakasutu = only 2 learners.
The words seem hard just by looking at them but they are just tiny words mashed together.
The order in where you put words together is PPPTANVN (prefix pronoun preposition time adjective noun verb number )
Learning Asapaka will take 2-5 weeks.
Diffirence between Toki pona and Asapaka
The real difference is the vocabulary. Source languages of Asapaka are Latin, Arabic, Japanese, Chinese, German, Hungarian, Karelian, Hindi, Indonesian, Swahili and English. Toki Pona source languages are English, Tok Pisin, Finnish, Georgian, Dutch, Acadian French, Esperanto, Croatian and Chinese. Other differences are that words in Asapaka when combined don't have a space between them but Toki Pona has a space between them. The Asapaka number system is also different.