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Archive for the year 2012

Scholarships: JES al Novuloj Posted by on Oct 31, 2012

Want to go to a large Esperanto youth gathering in Europe, but can’t afford it? There are various foundations around the world available to help young people attend Esperanto meetings abroad. Today I’d like to highlight a new one which popped up last week called JES al Novuloj. The title is a play on words…

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The “Average” Esperanto speaker? Posted by on Sep 30, 2012

When the telephone was first invented, how useful was it? Well, no one else had one, so not much at all! Like the phone, as more people learn Esperanto, it becomes more useful. So naturally Esperanto speakers would like the language to become more mainstream. From that, most people assume the best way to promote…

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Esperanto literature now in English! Posted by on Jul 12, 2012

Today we have a special interview for you. This time, we have an interview by Tim Owen, the secretary of the Esperanto Association of Britain, with a member of the Akademio de Esperanto. Paul Gubbins is chief editor of the popular Esperanto magazine Monato and of the Esperanto Association of Britain’s twice-yearly magazine. He’s here…

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Komuna Esperanto-Kongreso from new eyes Posted by on Jul 9, 2012

Last month, the German Esperanto Association held a communal national Esperanto conference at the same time as the Danish and Polish Esperanto Associations. I think this is brilliant, because the whole point of Esperanto is to speak to people of other languages, so this is a great way to bring people together internationally. In any…

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New English-Esperanto dictionary for iPhone Posted by on Jun 30, 2012

Today I am here with Ashleigh Lincoln, Marketing and Communications Coordinator from Ultralingua. They have just released a new Esperanto-English dictionary app for the iPhone and iPad! Learn more in our interview below. Why did you choose to create an Esperanto-English dictionary? Does it work in both directions? It does work both ways, and the…

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Goal reached: Esperanto Cultural Festival documentary Posted by on May 7, 2012

Today, I’m with Rogener Pavinski, who you might already know as the editor of Kontakto or who was the person responsible for post-production of Esperanto Is. He’s now planning to make a documentary about the Esperanto Cultural Festival. This festival is the place to listen to the best Esperanto concerts in the world. He’ll take…

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Calendar Months in Esperanto Posted by on May 2, 2012

Learn Esperanto with Byki

Here is a basic list of the calendar months in Esperanto, and their English equivalents.  You can practice this list, along with audio pronunciation, on Byki List Central.  There are many other good Esperanto vocabulary lists available, with audio, created by our List Central users and free to the public. Happy language learning! – The Byki Language Team…

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