Esperanto Language

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Introduction Esperanto is the most constructed international language in the world. Esperanto means the one who hopes. It is easy to learn. In addiction, its grammar is regular, yet not primitive one. It was first introduced to the world by Dr. Ludovic Lazar Zamenhof in 1887. Esperanto does not belong to a particular nation, it belongs to the ones who speak it. We are going to discuss Esperanto in terms of three levels the phonological, the morphological, and the syntactic level. Objective and methodology Esperanto is created by Dr. Zamenhof in 1887. It is used to communicate between people who have no common language to communicate with. Esperanto is considered as a second language to its speakers. Moreover, some speakers use Esperanto…show more content…
He was a supporter of Zionism for a time. In 1914, it was wrote that he was “ profoundly convinced that every nationalism offers humanity only the greatest unhappiness.” His wife was named Clara and they had three children. They all died in the Holocaust. Esperanto was developed in the early 1870s and 80s by L.L Zamenhof, and first introduced to the world in 1887. The number of people who spoke Esperanto has grown overtime,although it was rejected by governments and international organizations,and sometimes has been illigtimate or restrained. At the beginning, Esperanto movement grew in the Russian empire and eastern Europe, but shortly was spread to western Europe and to Argentina in 1889;to Canada in 1901;to Algeria,Chile, Japan ,Mexico and Peru in 1903; to Tunisia in 1904; and to Australia, The United States,Guinea, Indochina,NewZealand,Tonkin and Uruguay in 1905. At first, Esperanto was used in publications by Zamenhof in the magazine "La Esperantisto", which was published from 1889 to 1895 and sometimes in personal encounters. In 1894 Zamenhof,under pressure from the publisher of the magazine, unwillingly put some radical reforms to be voted by the readers. Eventually, most of the suggested reforms were

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