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  • 8 people playing a board game

    Esperanto - A fun language

    Games evening, 2020 Aus/NZ congress

  • Woman showing something on an iPad

    Esperanto - The easiest language to learn

    Vicky demonstrates her e-book for children

  • Young girl with a souvenir fan

    Esperanto - The language for all ages

    Madelene with a souvenir from the world congress in Hanoi

  • People preparing seedlings for planting

    Esperanto - The language for a better world

    Tree-planting, 2020 Aus/NZ congress

  • People dancing at a pop music concert

    Esperanto - Bringing cultures together

    German reggae singer Jonny M performs during the tri-nation congress in Indonesia, 2016

  • 8 people at the end of a performance

    Esperanto - The language for world citizens

    Esperanto congress, Melbourne


What is Esperanto?

Esperanto is a planned language, designed to enable easy communication between people of different languages. Although it is the easiest of all living languages to learn, it is rich and subtle: you can express anything with it. Esperanto does not belong to any country; because it is a second language for everyone, those who use it communicate as equals.

(To understand the people speaking if you’re not an Esperantist, make sure captions are turned on – click the cc button after the video starts.)

Esperanto gives you international contacts immediately. You can skype, tweet, write or email with people of almost any country. There is even a worldwide network of free accommodation for Esperanto speakers in almost 100 countries. This not only saves you money but allows you to visit places that most tourists don’t get to see. Many international meetings that use Esperanto are held throughout the year around the world.

Esperanto also has a large body of international literature, with original and translated works, plus music of different styles and a rich variety of blogs, websites and publications.

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