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Esperanto is a neutral language, which means it does not "come" from any country or culture. If you speak Esperanto you may come from the U.S., China, Europe, Africa, or any other region of Earth. This means that you also have access to a more diverse community when you do learn it.

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Is it true that your ancestors spoke Esperanto?

No. Esperanto was designed to be easy to learn, in the hope that it would become an international language.

What are the seven languages used in Esperanto?

The creator of Esperanto spoke Russian, Yiddish, Polish and German. He later studeied French, Latin, Greek and Hebrew. He also expressed an interest in Italian, Spanish and Lithuanian. Therefore, Esperanto, his creation, shows the influence of these languages which its creator knew.

What are the Esperanto words for come and go?

They are veni and iri.

What are the Esperanto words for astronaut and cosmonaut?

The Esperanto words for astronaut and cosmonaut are very similar to the English words. In Esperanto you would use astronaŭto and kosmonaŭto.

Does veinar isoteira mean anything in Esperanto?

No. There is no "ei" diphthong in Esperanto, so those vowels would be pronounced separately. Also, "veinar" appears very foreign to a speaker of Esperanto, since common words never end in "ar" in Esperanto.

Is there a letter 'q' in the Esperanto alphabet?

No. Where foreign words and roots have a "q", in Esperanto they usually have a "k". The letter "q" is called "kuo" in Esperanto and would only appear in unassimilated foreign words.

How do you say Arkansas in Esperanto?

You would say it Arkansaso.

What are the Esperanto words for the navy and the marines?

The Esperanto word for navy is mararmeo but there is no word for marines in Esperanto.

What has the author George Alan Connor written?

George Alan Connor has written: 'Esperanto' -- subject(s): Esperanto 'Esperanto' -- subject(s): Esperanto

How do you say forehead in Esperanto?

Forehead is 'frunto' in Esperanto.

How do you say brigade in Esperanto?

Brigade in Esperanto is brigado

Is Esperanto the universal language?

No. A universal language, by definition, would be a widely spoken language. Esperanto has only about 2 million speakers, scattered over the planet.