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ESPERANTO. L'espéranto. Apprendre l'Espéranto. Saluton!

Apprendre l'Espéranto

L'Espéranto est une langue internationale très facile à apprendre. Elle vous permet de communiquer avec des gens du monde entier. L'Espéranto a six lettres accentuées(c g h j s u) . Malheureusement les créateurs américains des fontes Latin-1 standard ne les ont pas incluses ,ceci n'aété réalisé qu'avec le standard ISO 8859-1. Il y a cependant 5 moyens de contourner ce problème, principalement pour l'utilisation des messageries : Si votre fonte ISO 8859-1 est correctement installée vous devriez voir les caractères accentués dans la table ci dessous : How and why to learn Esperanto. Why does anyone learn Esperanto? Littlewoods Direct says it's using a language constructed in the 19th Century, Esperanto, to launch a new clothing range.

Why does anyone learn Esperanto?

Who still learns this language, and why? "Behold my fantastic invention to bring us more beautiful clothes. " Perhaps not a phrase language students will have much use for, but this forms the dialogue in Littlewoods Direct's latest advert featuring the queen of a desert island speaking - according to the clothing firm - Esperanto. "We believe it is a language that not only sounds beautiful, but exists to create harmony in the world, making this the perfect choice," says a Littlewoods spokesman. When it was created, Esperanto was intended to become everyone's second language, to bring equality to international communications.

There are estimated to be more than 2,000 Esperanto speakers in the UK and anything between 500,000 and two million worldwide. "People who learn it tend to be idealistic. Easier than French. How to learn. Free Esperanto Course. What Is Esperanto?

Free Esperanto Course

Esperanto is a neutral international language created by L L Zamenhof in the end of the 19th century. After more than a century since its inception, Esperanto is now spoken by hundreds of thousands - in fact, probably millions - of people all over the world. Today the objective of Esperanto is the same as always: to become the one foreign language everybody studies and learns. Is It Easy to Learn? While no foreign language is easy to master, Esperanto was intentionally designed to be as easy to learn as possible. How Do I Get to Learn It? You can learn the basics of Esperanto on the Internet with a personal tutor free of charge. How Do I Sign Up? You can sign up any time by following this link: Sign me up! But I Don't Speak English Very Well Free Esperanto courses are available on the Net in several languages. Advanced Course: Gerda Malaperis I Already Did Sign Up, but... Here are the Frequently Asked Questions for the students.

Learn NOT to speak esperanto. Learn Not to Speak Esperanto has moved into this ToC-ified subdirectory to allow more room for appendices.

Learn NOT to speak esperanto

Rather than maintain the latest revisions on both editions I've reduced its original location to a redirector. (Latest changes asterisked) A1: Contents A2: Background Esperanto was invented in 1887 by an oculist from Białystok, Dr Ludwig L Zamenhof (AKA Doctor Hopeful, hence the name). Most people I know despise Esperanto, but largely for daft reasons – Everyone speaks English nowadays anyway, It sounds a bit foreign, It has no cultural identity of its own, etc.

Just good enough to inspire anti-revisionist fanaticism! So the result of Zamenhof's labours is that it's inconceivable that any artificial Interlang, however good, could succeed. A3: Scoring Criteria An optimally designed world auxiliary language would be Clear – i.e. all its rules would be explicitly established, so users can filter out an utterance's ungrammatical parsings. Communication / Forum / Introduction. KIAaze skribis: Saluton,Even though the lernu site is well done, I'm looking for Esperanto learning software on GNU/Linux such as dictionaries, translators or learning software.Can anyone recommend me some?

Communication / Forum / Introduction

Here's what I found so far: (French-Esperanto, but I know French, so it's ok) : Did not work for me. I get the following error:$ kurso3kurso3: symbol lookup error: kurso3: undefined symbol: initPAnsiStrings$ kursokurso: symbol lookup error: kurso: undefined symbol: initPAnsiStrings Hey, install the Windows emulator 'wine' for Linux; then install the Windows version of Kurso de Esperanto using the Wine program you installed. ABC de la langue française : forums / langues régionales, espéranto, anglais: pourquoi f.