A Conversation for Esperanto

A few errors

Post 1

blahedo

Overall I thought this article was fairly well written, if a tad biased towards Esperanto (but what the hell, E-o is worth being biased towards smiley - winkeye. But I felt it necessary to point out that the inventor of Esperanto was named *Zamenhof*, not "Zahmenof" as was posted in the article. Likewise, the author of The Lord of the Rings (note the initial "The", by the way) is JRR *Tolkien* (not "Tolkein").

But don't let that stop you. Go check out Esperanto! Simply typing the word "Esperanto" into a good search engine will give you a whole list of good starting points.


A few errors

Post 2

Carnel the unstable writer/tech support

I just thought I'd add to this by mentioning that there Esperanto has definately added to it's speakers as a result of the internet. There is a huge Esperanto community online, and it continues to grow daily. As for myself, knowing Esperanto has actually aided me in learning other languages. While I realisticly know that Esperanto will not grow to the vision that Zamenhof held for it, I do feel it is still and extraordinary language, well worth the trivial time needed to learn it. I have met serveral people through Esperanto that I would never have been able to hold a conversation with, were it not for the fact that we each spent the time to learn it (which I might add, is what makes it a neutral languge. It has to be conciously learned by all parties involved).

-- Carnel


A few errors

Post 3

TRiG (Ireland) The truth shall make ye fret

Corrections made: F3198237?thread=3981452 smiley - biro


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