Sie sind hier://Esperanto Part 1

Esperanto Part 1

After introducing you to the World Days on a weekly basis last year, this year we are dedicated to language / communication in all its facets.

Whether it’s a fictional language, such as Klingon (known from the Star Trek series), the languages of the deaf and blind people or even the communication of expressive dance, known as Eurhythmy.

There are many ways to communicate and we would like to inform you every week about the worldwide diversity of communication.

Let’s start our series with the planned language Esperanto: The first time the language was published was on July 26, 1887 by the Polish doctor Ludwik Lejzer Zamenhof – who called himself Dr. Esperanto – the ‘doctor of hope’!

After years of tinkering he brought out the first book in the newly created language. He worked for years on the structure and vocabulary of the language in order to develop a common world language that is easy to learn.

The first edition of Unua Libro – in Russian – consists of 40 A5-sized pages. The grammar section within contains 16 rules over 6 pages.

By |2018-01-08T14:39:25+00:00Januar 8th, 2018|Alternative Kommunikation|

Cookie Preference

Please choose an option. You can find more information about the consequences of your choice via help.

select an option to continue

Your selection was saved!

help

Cookie Preference

To continue, you must make a cookie selection. Below is an explanation of the different options and their meaning.

  • Accept all Cookies:
    Accept all cookies: We use Google Analytics and Jetpack/Wordpress-stats as tracking tools to collect visitor statistics and improve our website. If you choose this option, you agree to the tracking.
  • Only allow necessary cookies:
    Only allow necessary cookies: Tracking tools (Google Analytics, Jetpack/ Wordpress-stats) are deactivated and only necessary cookies are allowed.

You can change your cookie setting here anytime: Data Privacy Statement. Legal Details

back