Mirad Grammar

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Welcome to a textbook on the grammar of Mirad, including a dictionary.  Formerly known as Unilingua, Mirad is an artificially-constructed auxiliary language developed originally by Paris-based author Noubar Agopoff as a serious medium for easy and logical international communication. This textbook is a Version II adaptation of the language with many new features, plus a 50,000-word bilingual dictionary.

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Glojo, ha mir gonbio yansauna gabyuxea dar. (Soon, the world will share a common auxiliary language.)