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Wikipedia Wednesday - Esperanto
Ĉu vi parolas Esperanton?…. translation: Do you speak Esperanto?
Esperanto is the most spoken constructed language in the world. The language was created in the late 1800s by Ludwig Lazarus Zamenhof. Zamenhof’s ultimate goal was to create a language that brought people together to foster peace. The language hasn’t reached universal acceptance yet but a few schools use a modified version of it to help students learn other languages.
Link to the article here.
For further reading check out:
 Esperanto Learning and Using the International Language by
 David Richardson
Every Wednesday there will be a new wikipedia article posted on various topics. A Word A Day 4U was created with the intent to add value by giving people the opportunity to learn something new everyday.
[Photo Description/Attribution: The flag of the neutral international language Esperanto and the movement associated with it. The flag is green with a green star in the upper left corner in a small white square. | Gabriel Ehrnst Grundin aka Gabbe /Wikimedia commons]

Wikipedia Wednesday - Esperanto

Ĉu vi parolas Esperanton?…. translation: Do you speak Esperanto?

Esperanto is the most spoken constructed language in the world. The language was created in the late 1800s by Ludwig Lazarus Zamenhof. Zamenhof’s ultimate goal was to create a language that brought people together to foster peace. The language hasn’t reached universal acceptance yet but a few schools use a modified version of it to help students learn other languages.

Link to the article here.

For further reading check out:

 Esperanto Learning and Using the International Language by

 David Richardson

Every Wednesday there will be a new wikipedia article posted on various topics. A Word A Day 4U was created with the intent to add value by giving people the opportunity to learn something new everyday.

[Photo Description/Attribution: The flag of the neutral international language Esperanto and the movement associated with it. The flag is green with a green star in the upper left corner in a small white square. | Gabriel Ehrnst Grundin aka Gabbe /Wikimedia commons]