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Esperanto: the international language

Esperanto has been created with the aim to be a fair communication tool. It allows international communication for everybody on a basis of mutual respect and understanding.

The aim of Esperanto is not to replace the other languages but to be a “bridge” between different language communities.

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The easiest language?

Esperanto was created with the goal of being easy to learn. Irregular verbs, complex conjugations, double and unnecessary words were removed.

Most people report being able to learn Esperanto 5x faster than other languages. There are millions of speakers worldwide.

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Learn Esperanto

Esperanto was created with the goal of being easy to learn. Irregular verbs, complex conjugations, double and unnecessary words were removed. Most people report being able to learn Esperanto 5x faster than other languages. There are millions of speakers worldwide.

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Books in Esperanto

Since Esperanto is a very expressive language, it is a favourite tool for many authors and poets. Original literature in Esperanto can roughly be divided into five schools or periods.

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Videos in Esperanto

Using Esperanto, you can watch many gems of films that have never been shown abroad. There is also a growing community of Esperanto artists who created videos for Youtube or internet TV.

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News in Esperanto

Use Esperanto in order to read news from a different point of view and learn the viewpoints of people all around the world.

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Podcasts in Esperanto

The internet has been a boon to Esperanto, allowing this disperse community to connect much more easily. One of the beneficiaries have been podcasts.

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Friends of Esperanto

With Friends of Esperanto, you can show your support to Esperanto as well as regularly receive short infos about Esperanto in your language.

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Esperanto Around the World

100’s of Esperanto organisations around the world. Browse this map or use the search bar to find one near you.

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