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Has any conlang ever replaced the use of a pidgin?

Basic English is minimal in that it limits the number of words in the language (though not as extremely as Toki Pona). It was intended to be an international auxiliary language (although it never ...
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Do we have any conlangs which are "primitive" languages?

I don't know of any attested languages that work this way, constructed or natural. Humans are very good at finding ways to communicate, and if you put children together with no exposure to outside ...
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Do we have any conlangs which are "primitive" languages?

There is of course the Pleistocenese, somewhat plausible artlang meant for the Neanderthals. In many ways it breaks our preconceptions, it has no separate phonemes (word=morpheme=syllable‚Čąphoneme), ...
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