Esperanto Duolingo and Magazine


Esperanto might not be strange to you but how much did you know about Esperanto? Everytime I talked about Esperanto to my friends and acquaintances, I always noticed surprise in their faces. Some of them have had heard about Esperanto but did not have any ideas about it. Wikipedia has articles in Esperanto, and Google Translate also has Esperanto in the language options, so it means Esperanto is supposedly a language that worth to be considered about.


Esperanto Duolingo

Duolingo, one of many popular language learning websites, has also included Esperanto into their language list. This is a remarkable decision, and it won't be available without great contributions of some Esperanto volunteers from around the world. 

I have actually learnt Esperanto for several months before Duolingo launched Esperanto course. However, it was quite interesting, so I took the course and finished all of the lessons.You can add me: www.duolingo.com/kmin25.

Esperanto is certainly growing slowly. There are lots of entertaintment in Esperantujo (Esperanto society), from songs to vlogs, books to websites. There are conferences and group meetings that are organized by local Esperanto groups in various countries.


Esperanto Magazines

One day I saw a message posted in an Esperanto group on Facebook about Universal Esperanto Association giving away magazines for those who have finished Duolingo Esperanto. It attracted my attention, and I really want it, so I registered and the package arrived just a few days ago.

I had the chance to show these magazines to some friends, and everyone were surprised by the fact that there are magazines written in Esperanto. Some people thought that Esperanto is not a useful language because it is an invention but in fact, you can use Esperanto just like any natural languages.

Can you find an Esperanto greeting in this picture of a T-shirt that I just got?



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