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Thanks to its level of quality, plausibility and usage capabilities, it has been voted as featured.
For all those complaining about KSLs (Kitchen Sink Languages) go here and for those who are interested, there is a list of sentences here. Those of you who are able to translate these into your conlang have a language that is essentially complete.
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- Goal achievement: Does it reach the goal it is meant to fulfil, if it is intended to be universal then judge accordingly, if it tries being natural then judge accordingly too.
- Completeness: How close is it to completion?
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June 2012[edit source]
9 days, 22 hours and 0 minutes left until voting closes!
Please nominate any language you see fit! A motivating sentence is appreciated.