Let’s start with a basic component of any language:
You’re looking at the fundamental building blocks of a written language—a series of symbols intended to represent discrete components used to communicate ideas. We can add extra symbols into the mix, which can be used to separate and organize these components:
Now we have the ability to construct sentences. With sentences it should be possible to effectively communicate ideas. Let’s try:
tfrgk id. Uppxq; tmno “ffwnk”
… well. Something is still missing. The problem is that randomly putting these things together means nothing, because we don’t have a point of reference that makes any sense.