A minimalistic language by Jack Eisenmann

Anyone can master Facilish in under 3 minutes! Just read this informative guide.


There is one part of speech: adjective. Sentences contain adjectives and are punctuated with commas, periods, question marks, or exclamation points.


+ : /i/ as in bEEt (adj) Good; happy; positive.
– : /u/ as in bOOt (adj) Bad; unhappy; negative.


+ –? +. + + +.
(How am I feeling? I'm happy. Quite happy.)

+ + + – –. – – + + + + +!
(Sometimes life gives you lemons. Make lemonade!)

Congratulations! You are now fluent in Facilish. Go teach your friends and family!


A hyphen ("-") may be easier to type than an en dash ("–"), but the en dash is closer to the length of a plus sign and is thus more aesthetically pleasing. Both a hyphen and an en dash may serve as the same word.

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