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Esperanto Part 2


After delving into the origin of the language with you last week, we now wish to explore the objectives of the language:

When Zamenhof started developing this language, he formulated three objectives that he intended for his newly created language:

  1. The language has to be very simple so that anyone can learn it very easily
  2. Anyone who has learned this language should be able to use it immediately afterwards
  3. In order to find a way to overcome indifference in the world

Over the years, Esperanto attracted more and more adherents and never ceased to evolve. This changed, however, on the verge of World Wars I & II. How the language fared and how it has developed up to this day… you can read in our next post!

By |2018-01-15T12:48:44+00:00Januar 15th, 2018|Alternative Kommunikation|

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