Well that's deffinetly not Italian.
Esperanto? This doesn't make sense, but "kaj tiaj ovoj" would mean "and your eggs."
On the 15th of December, 1859, a child was born in a small wooden house at 6 Zielona Street, Bialystok. His name was Ludovic Lazarus Zamenhof and he is now frequently referred to as the "creator" of Esperanto, although he himself modestly denied that he was the creator. "I am only the originator," he used to say. "I just got it started.
L. L. Zamenhof created Esperanto.
It was an attempt to create a universal second language for everyone in the world.
Estimates are around a quarter million.
The estimate is between 10,000 and 2 million. There are even about 500 native speakers.
It's hard to say. Esperantists are spread out around the world. It's a bit like trying to estimate how many people in the world play chess...
Most of the estimates seem to be between 100,000 and 1.6 million though.
More details in the Wikipedia article linked below.
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No. Esperanto was designed to be easy to learn, in the hope that it would become an international language.
The ĉ is pronounced like ch in church, the ĝ like j in jam and the i like ee in meet.
No language was developed form Esperanto, but Ido is considered to be a modern revision of Esperanto.
No languages have been developed from Esperanto, But Ido is considered to be an "update" of Esperanto.
Since the seventeenth century, more than seven hundred languages have been constructed. The most popular of those languages is Esperanto.
It was invented by Dr. Ludwik Łazarz Zamenhof; , who lived in the town of Bialystok, Poland. He felt that a common language would help people agree better. When he was still in school, he had already worked out the beginnings of his international language.
In 1887, he published a brochure describing his language, and he used the pen name of Dr. Esperanto (one who hopes). Soon people in various parts of the world became interested in this language, which came to be called "Esperanto".
Today, Esperanto is spoken by about 8 million people throughout the world. Even governments and international organizations recognize it in many ways. For example, you can send an international telegram in Esperanto.
There are many rules of grammar for this language, and here are a few. The definite article is la, and does not change. All nouns end in o, all adjectives in a, all adverbs in e, and all infinitives in i.
Here is the beginning of the lord's prayer in Esperanto: "Patro nia, kiu estas en la cielo, snkta estu via nomo; venu regeco via; esto volo via, kiel en la cielo, tiel ankau sur la tero."
Esperanto, after that it's Interlingua
"No puedo ESPERAR a verte de nuevo" ("I can't wait to see you again"). The context would call for a verb at the position, and "esperar" ("wait") would make sense.
The Esperanto words for boring and fun are enuiga and amuza.
There is no shortcut to learning language, but an excellent free online learning website is duolingo. The course can bring you up to about 40% proficiency within a matter of months and it is completely free.
Dr. L. L. Zamenhof
The International Language, Esperanto, was created by Dr. L. L. Zamenhof, a Polish oculist of Bialistok and published by him in Warsaw in 1887.
Lazar Ludwik Zamenhof.
Esperanto, invented in 1887 by the Polish eye specialist Dr Ludovic Lazarus Zamenhof, was an attempt to create a universal second language
Esperanto was created by L. L. Zamenhof, a Polish linguist.
A polish Jew named Ludovic Lazarus Zamenhof. He first published an Esperanto textbook using the soubriquet 'Doctor Esperanto' (ie. one who hopes) and in time this became the name of the language itself.
Esperanto is an artificial language. It works because its grammar is easy and the verbs are all regular. You can learn it within 3 months.
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.
Find other speakers quickly. It is really easy to pick up the basics and the consistency of the rules allow you to learn quickly. The grammar is fairly simple, and word order is not important. And the use of the 'not' concept allows one to double their vocabulary. (hot and 'not hot' instead of hot and cold.)
I'd start at the Esperanto web site below.
Mi estas esperantisto!
Esperanto was launched into life in 1887, so it is still a comparatively young language.
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The ĝ is pronounced as j in jam. The u is pronounced as oo in shampoo.
El esperanto es una lengua auxiliar artificial creada por el médico polaco L. L. Zamenhof en 1887 como resultado de una década de trabajo, con la esperanza de que se convirtiera en la lengua auxiliar internacional. Según las estadísticas, ésta es la lengua planificada más hablada del mundo hoy en día.
(Imperative form of volonti, "to be willing")
Lots of things, but the main one is that it a language that was created - a planned language. Most languages develop over hundreds of years, but Esperanto was created in the 1880's to act as a neutral "bridge" language.
Esperanto has very few native speakers, compared to other languages. It is a voluntary speech community, and most Esperanto speakers opt in rather than receiving the language from their parents.
Esperanto was invented by Lazarus Ludwig Zamenhof (December 15, 1859 - April 14, 1917).