# latino-sine-flexione

package by Victor LEVE granted into public domain

## Latin without inflexions

Latino sine Flexione (or Interlingua) is a language constructed by Giuseppe Peano at the beginning of the last century. This simplified Latin is designed to be a instrument for international cooperation, firstly in the academic sphere.

Note: Another Interlingua was created a few decades after Peano's work, the one related to the babel-interlingua' package.

## Package content

This package provides the necessary translations to use the language within a document. It also imports fontenc in order to be able to use ligatures and quotation marks.

Finally, it offers a text in Interlingua that can be used as fake text: Fundamento de intelligentia. This article by H. Bijlsma was first published in Schola et Vita Anno I (1926).

## Basic use

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{latino-sine-flexione}

\begin{document}
\section{Verbos}
Verbo <<ama>> de pr\ae{}fatione es mirabile.
\input{fundamento}
\end{document}