"If together we build up a community of committed Ayola users, we can extend the same joy and satisfaction which we have experienced in the ARG to the entire world. Ay Ayola vivaw!"
Join the Ayola Community!
Communicate with the world through the new constructed language AYOLA
What is Ayola?
Ayola is a constructed language that has been developed by the Ayola Research Group (ARG) over the past decade. Our hope is for people around the world to discover Ayola, recognize its unique clarity of expression, and use it to greatly improve international communication.
The Ayola Research Group Welcomes You!
The Ayola Research Group (ARG) traces its roots to 1995 when a group of researchers met to extend the work of an American scholar to develop a new constructed language - one known today as Ayola. The ARG has worked to develop this new language to meet the need of the global community for a common language. Ayola combines what we believe to be the best features of existing natural and artificial languages along with some novel ones. Our research group hopes to increase the number of Ayola users and foster a community via individual study as well as online correspondence. In order to support this effort the ARG will make available learning materials such as textbooks, workbooks,and audio tapes at a moderate cost.
Ayola is a work in progress
During the past four years, the Ayola Research Group (Ayolayn Recercwayn Grupon) has been very busy making substantial improvements to the Ayola language. We hope to put a grammar of Ayola and basic vocabulary on the website soon. These improvements should make Ayola a very logically precise, compact and beautiful language.
Thank you for your patience!
Edward Sapir believed...
"What is needed above all is a language that is as simple, as regular, as logical, as rich, and as creative as possible; a language which starts with a minimum of demands on the learning capacity of the normal individual and can do the maximum amount of work; which is to serve as a sort of logical touchstone to all national languages and as a standard medium of translation."