What was the context? Was it like with a friend, or like with a stranger?

Since it’s so simple to learn I am thinking about learning it just as a networking activity, since it’ll pop up eventually

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    1 year ago

    mi sona e toki pona lon jan pona

    But after a year of not speaking it I’m very rusty, and the fact that I’ve been learning madarin doesn’t help, because I think I’m transposing chinese grammar onto toki pona

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    2 years ago

    I don’t speak it, but given how popular it is, I imagine someone on Earth has already run into another speaker randomly in person.

    If you’re talking online, then yeah it happens all the time.

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      2 years ago

      for online people that you’ve spoken to, have you not shared any other language with them, aside from toki pona?

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        2 years ago

        I don’t know Toki Poki myself, but probably 99% of people who know it also know English or Esperanto, so it’s likely not to be the sole shared language between me and another person, but it could happen