Creating New Abilities with Language


  • Douglas Watson Independent Researcher, Canada



Universal, Universal Language, Language, International Language


This article explains how new abilities are acquired when speaking a language that I call the Soral language. The language is created with the aid of computer technology that organizes the words in a way that enables our brain to attach meaning to the sound of the words. The following abilities are acquired when speaking the language.

  1. The ability to understand the meaning of words that have never been heard before or seen in a book.
  2. Improved ability to recall words from memory.
  3. Larger vocabulary.
  4. Improved conversational skills.
  5. Improved understanding of the meaning of words.
  6. Ability to understand medical and other technical terms without formal training.
  7. Ability to learn the language more easily than other languages.

Words in the Soral language are created by entering words in one of our existing languages into the computer program, then clicking buttons which are hyperlinked to other pages containing more buttons. Each button describes one characteristic of the entity that the word represents. A letter is assigned to each characteristic. By clicking on several buttons in succession a word is created that has a sound that represents the characteristics of the entity that the word represents. Speakers of the language can understand the meaning of words by the sound of the word. It is proposed that the Soral language should be adopted as a universal language.


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Constructed languages

A search of the internet for constructed languages shows that many languages have been created through history, but none have attained widespread acceptance by the public. A short list is presented in Appendix B, and in the following reference.





How to Cite

Watson, D. (2023). Creating New Abilities with Language. Canadian Journal of Language and Literature Studies, 3(3), 11–25.