|Toki Pona is an artificial language developed by Sonja Lang, a Canadian linguist and translator, in 2001. With approximately 120 to 130 words in its lexicon, it is intentionally designed to be uncomplicated and concise. Surprisingly, despite its limited vocabulary, Toki Pona can effectively convey a wide array of thoughts and emotions. Its fundamental words are rooted in universal concepts, allowing individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds to comprehend its essence effortlessly. The language’s simplicity has garnered a dedicated community of speakers who greatly appreciate its refined and effective mode of communication.
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