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Resources for those interested in learning Esperanto. http://www.latg.org/2014/06/esperanto-resources.html

&nbsp &nbspEsperanto – despite being heralded as an ‘easier’ language to learn – can sometimes pose a (minor) issue with its general

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I had no idea where Esperanto would take me when I started learning it in February At the time, in a small city in Pennsylvania, I thought, "I'll do the

This resource about the extra-easy international language Esperanto starts with basic vocabulary and a grammar sketch.  Next there is a page of material for reading practice in the language.  Finally there are ten worksheets in the form of fun word searches for helping to impart the vocabulary, photos accompanied by text in English, Esperanto, Spanish and French; and finally a Certificate Of Completion.

Esperanto (zamenhof's international language)

This resource about the extra-easy international language Esperanto starts with basic vocabulary and a grammar sketch. Next there is a page of material for reading practice in the language. Finally there are ten worksheets in the form of fun word searches for helping to impart the vocabulary, photos accompanied by text in English, Esperanto, Spanish and French; and finally a Certificate Of Completion.

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Fruktoj kaj legomoj                                                       …

Fruktoj kaj legomoj

The Universal Language is a new documentary from Academy Award-nominated director Sam Green (The Weather Underground). This 30-minute film traces the history of Esperanto, an artificial language that was created in the late 1800s by a Polish eye doctor who believed that if everyone in the world spoke a common tongue, humanity could overcome racism and war. Fittingly, the word “Esperanto” means “one who hopes.”

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