ESPERANTOEsperanto is an international language, developed by Dr. L.L. Zamenhof in 1887. It is used as a common second language, allowing people around the world to communicate easily. Esperanto is a very elegantly and logically constructed language, and very easy to learn compared to other languages.
A Description of EsperantoA summary of the general features is of Esperanto is given here.
Sample TextHere are some samples of Esperanto text:
Free Esperanto CourseThe Esperanto League for North America (ELNA) offers a free ten-lesson postal course in Esperanto. If you would like to try it, click here (include name and postal mailing address).
Esperanto SoftwareProgram eoletters.f90 is a Fortran program that will convert accented Esperanto letters in an ASCII text file from any one of six conventions to another:
Esperanto PosterThis is a poster I made for "Hot Dogs and Hobbies Day" at work (a day for employees to showcase interesting and unusual hobbies). This poster was displayed in June 2006.
Esperanto Radio and Podcasts
Places to Buy Esperanto Books
Miscellaneous Esperanto Links
Contact InformationI may be contacted at:
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