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Learn Esperanto in Transparent Language Online Posted by on May 12, 2016

This may be long overdue, but we’re excited nonetheless: you can now learn Esperanto in Transparent Language Online! The current materials, including 100+ vocabulary lists and 12+ learning activities, focus on vocabulary acquisition and skill-building. Take a quick peek below at what’s available, or dive into the free trial and start exploring on your own!

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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Your Responses Posted by on Jun 25, 2010

Your responses to our question, “Why do you love Esperanto?” were incredible. Dankon! I particularly ‘liked’ one by our fans Jordan and Darryl. Here is Mr. Darryl Spivey‘s comment: “…As Jordan said previously, I too love the thought of Esperanto. The idea that we can retain our own individualism, culture, and language when using Esperanto. Many people…

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E-S-P-E-R-A-N-T-O Posted by on Jun 24, 2010

As many of you already know, Esperanto is an international auxiliary language. Such languages are very similar to but not necessarily congruously connected to pidgin languages like Haitian Creole. Pidgin languages are simplified means of communication that develop as a means of communication between two or more groups that do not have a language in common. It…

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Mood in Esperanto Posted by on Mar 26, 2010

After our latest Facebook post, I realized how many ways there are to express one’s mood in Esperanto. Here’s a small start for those beginning to learn Esperanto, but please feel free to add more down below as comments. The Esperanto experts can help out those who are just starting to learn! Dankon (thanks)! Mi…

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What’s a Conlang? Posted by on Mar 10, 2010

In many fiction books, such as J. R. R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings*, and countless movies, such as James Cameron’s “Avatar”, you will read (or in Avatar’s case, hear) languages meant not to be understood, but to add to the depth of the culture of the characters: languages created to be unique to the setting…

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Esperanto Blog Now Public! Posted by on Mar 5, 2010

Saluton, Thanks for all your enthusiastic replies. I’m happy to announce that popular demand has made this Transparent Esperanto blog officially public. Anybody with helpful tips for learning Esperanto, videos, podcasts, links, or text should keep sharing their knowledge and learning from others! Dankon! Here is our first official post from the Esperanto blog community…

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