Learning Esperanto

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Pronouns in Esperanto
The system of pronouns in Esperanto is very similar to the English one: mi (I), ni (we), vi (you), li (he), ŝi (she), ĝi (it), ili (they). (...)
September 16, 2017 – Jakub MarianEsperanto
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Nouns, adjectives, and adverbs in Esperanto
Esperanto has an extremely simple system of nouns, adjectives, and adverbs. There are no grammatical genders (non-living things are not (...)
July 13, 2017 – Jakub MarianEsperanto
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Why not mij, vij, lij instead of ni, vi, ili in Esperanto?
Esperanto is a very logical language, with complex words derived from simple roots in a highly regular way. Why, then, is it not possible (...)
July 12, 2017 – Jakub MarianEsperanto
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Correlatives in Esperanto
In the grammar of Esperanto, words like “where”, “there”, “somewhere”, “when”, “then”, “sometime”, etc., are called correlatives. (...)
June 27, 2017 – Jakub MarianEsperanto
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Verbs in Esperanto: Explanation and conjugation patterns
Verbs are important building blocks of most (if not all) human languages. They usually describe either actions or states of being, but (...)
June 9, 2016 – Jakub MarianEsperanto
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What you need to know about Esperanto
Esperanto is the most widely spoken constructed language in the world today, spoken by several million speakers. What that means is that (...)
May 22, 2016 – Jakub MarianEsperanto
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Esperantists often overestimate the probability of being able to speak Esperanto
After I published my previous article explaining the pros and cons of learning Esperanto, one of which is that you are not likely to use (...)
June 12, 2014 – Jakub MarianEsperanto
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Learning Esperanto: Is it worth it?
Esperanto is the most widely spoken constructed language (unless you count Modern Hebrew as a constructed language). In this article, I (...)
June 5, 2014 – Jakub MarianEsperanto