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|Learn Esperanto - First words|
|How are you?||Kiel vi?|
|Good bye!||Ĝis revido!|
|See you soon!||Ĝis baldaŭ!|
What is special about the Esperanto language?
Esperanto is a constructed language, created by L. L. Zamenhof in the late 19th century. It was designed to be an easy-to-learn, neutral language to promote international communication and understanding, making it special. Esperanto has a simple grammar system with no irregular verbs, making it easier to learn compared to many natural languages. Its regular structure allows for quick mastery and efficient communication. Esperanto for beginners is one of over 50 free language packs that you can get from us. ‘50LANGUAGES’ is the effective way to learn Esperanto online and for free. Our teaching materials for the Esperanto course are available both online and as iPhone and Android apps.
The Esperanto vocabulary draws from multiple languages, such as Latin, Germanic, and Slavic languages. This feature makes it easier for speakers of different linguistic backgrounds to learn and recognize words in Esperanto. Esperanto uses a Latin alphabet with a few additional letters, such as ĉ, ĝ, ĥ, ĵ, ŝ, and ŭ. These special letters represent unique sounds in the language and help maintain its simple and regular phonetic structure. With this course you can learn Esperanto independently - without a teacher and without a language school! The lessons are clearly structured and will help you achieve your goals.
Though Esperanto is a constructed language, it has a growing body of literature, both original works and translations. This literature showcases the versatility of the language and its potential for creative expression. Esperanto has a global community of speakers and enthusiasts who use the language to connect with people from different cultures and backgrounds. This community fosters international friendship and collaboration, reflecting the original goals of the language. Learn Esperanto fast with 100 Esperanto language lessons organized by topic. The MP3 audio files for the lessons were spoken by native Esperanto speakers. They help you improve your pronunciation.
Esperanto has inspired other constructed languages, also known as conlangs. These languages, like Ido and Interlingua, were created to address perceived limitations or to further the goal of international communication. Esperanto is spoken by an estimated 100,000 to 2 million people worldwide. Although it is not an official language of any country, it is used in various international organizations and events, such as the World Esperanto Congress.
Even Esperanto beginners can learn Esperanto efficiently with ‘50LANGUAGES’ through the practical sentences. First you will get to know the basic structures of the language. Sample dialogues help you to express yourself in the foreign language. Prior knowledge is not required.
Even advanced learners can repeat and consolidate what they have learned. You learn correct and frequently spoken sentences and you can use them immediately. You will be able to communicate in everyday situations. Use your lunch break or time in traffic to learn a few minutes of Esperanto. You learn on the go as well as at home.