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Archive for May, 2011

Esperanto learning site, lernu! reaches 100,000 users Posted by on May 31, 2011

Lernu.net, which teaches Esperanto in dozens of languages, just reached 100,000 registered users. Even if they’re not all active, thousands of people have already learned Esperanto through this website and many more learned more about Esperanto. The amount of visitors is effectively even higher, because a large portion of those who use the website never…

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Esperanto checkpoint on the Journey Posted by on May 27, 2011

Recently there was a street game in Berlin called Journey to the End of the Night. In this game, players have to run through the city from checkpoint to checkpoint until they reach the end. You may use your own two feet or public transportation, but no bikes or cars are allowed. At each checkpoint,…

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Quick Esperanto pronunciation guide for English speakers Posted by on May 23, 2011

Do you know someone who needs to be able to read an Esperanto text aloud, but doesn’t speak Esperanto? Perhaps, they want to read a speech at an Esperanto conference or perhaps you want to play an Esperanto part in a play or movie? Maybe you just want to impress your friends with your mad…

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The billionaire native Esperanto speaker? Posted by on May 17, 2011

As many of you are already aware, George Soros is the wealthiest native Esperanto speaker with a net worth of $14.5 billion. I have Humphrey Tonkin with me today, who among many other accomplishments, is also the translator of a book by George Soros’s father called Masquerade: The Incredible True Story of How George Soros’…

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Universal Subtitles by Transparent Language Posted by on May 9, 2011

Have you ever noticed that you typically only watch online video content in your language? How do deaf people watch videos online… usually without knowing their content. Sad, isn’t it? Well, Mozilla (the creators of Firefox) have been working on a solution: Universal Subtitles. It is still new, but already works quite well. You can…

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