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I think that Esperanto will have succeeded when it has two mutually unintelligible offspring, and, no, I do not count Ido.
But, on a more serious note, that Mandarin Chinese and English both have unbound morphemes is is not unusual as world languages go. Esperanto has more inflections (bound morphemes) than English or Mandarin.
Ceci n'est pas un seing.
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