Esperanto


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an artificial language based as far as possible on words common to all the European languages

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The two are constructed words like Esperanto and are meant to mean "in my opinion" and "is also.
statement, the students of Esperanto went forth and began producing
In Iran, according to the Education Minister, the rapid growth of Esperanto has been caused by the failure of English in Iran's schools.
We wish to contact anyone in the Coventry area who may be able to help us with information about their use of Esperanto by themselves, or any of their friends and relations.
During a short period of 125 years, Esperanto is in the top 100 languages out of 6,800 worldwide.
One fan of the artificially created universal language says there is a "sprinkling" of Esperanto speakers in the region but there could be many more.
Esperanto, we shall aver, is a success by some standards but seems unlikely ever to play a major role in global politics.
GERMANY: For the 57th SEPAWA Congress--scheduled for Oct 13-15 at the Esperanto Congress Center in Fulda, Germany--show organizers are offering exhibiting companies the opportunity to present papers in a new session block: "Forum for Innovations.
Zamenhof Day--The most widely celebrated day in Esperanto culture, celebrating the birthday of Esperanto creator Ludwik Zamenhof.
The first section comprises 124 pages of auxiliary material such as a brief history of English; a style manual; a section discussing five Western languages; alphabets for Braille, the American Manual Alphabet, Esperanto, Morse code, and Semaphore; and multiple choice vocabulary inventories (with answers) for grades 3 through 12, and college level.
7 offers updated translation software for French braille as well as the following English braille codes: Braille Authority of North America, Braille Authority of the United Kingdom, and Unified English Braille; in addition to new translation and templates for European Braille Union/EC Pharma and Esperanto.
Dr Lazarus Zamenhof invented the artificial language Esperanto in 1878.
Therefore, words from the Esperanto International Language (Richardson, 1988) were used to control for prior and external experience, under the assumption that no external instruction in the language would be conducted.
Besides, he took an interest in Esperanto and made his first acquaintance also with Livonian and Votic.