Esperanto

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November 29, 2021

Esperanto (Esperanto: Esperanto) is the most famous transcendental language of the world mediator, which has the most speakers in the world among the existing innovative languages. Anyone who speaks or uses Esperanto is called an Esperanto speaker. The language is named after Ludwig Zamenhof (Esperanto), the creator of this international language. He published the first book he wrote to introduce and teach Esperanto, under the pseudonym "Esperanto", meaning "hopeful"; Because he hoped to use this language as a global mediator to help build peace and friendship around the world. The book was entitled "Internacia Lingvo" (Esperanto: Internacia Lingvo) meaning "International Language"; Which later became known as the "First Book" or Unua Libro ∗ (Esperanto: Unua Libro). Zamenhof's goal, in honor of which UNESCO named 1987 the "Year of Zamenhof" on the occasion of the centennial of Esperanto, was to create a neutral and peaceful language that is easy to learn and helps people to understand the different cultures of the world. The unique feature of the Esperanto alphabet is that it is 100% phonetic; This means that every letter and word in Esperanto can only be pronounced or written the same way; Therefore, after learning it, there will be no more problems for the learner in pronouncing or dictating words. The Esperanto alphabet has 28 letters of the Latin alphabet, of which the four letters Q, W, X, and Y do not appear in the alphabet, and instead has six duplicate letters with a hashtag on the five letters and a seven on the other letter. To change their sound: Ĉ, Ĝ, Ĥ, Ĵ, Ŝ, Ŭ.

History

The International Language of Esperanto was created in 1887 by Ludwig Lazarus Zamenhof in Poland. Esperanto has attracted the attention of thinkers and scientists of all nationalities due to its scientific and easy structure, and due to its unique features, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) unanimously adopted it in a resolution in 1954. Recommended the recognition and teaching of Esperanto to all its member states as an international and impartial language. UNESCO also welcomed the 100th anniversary of the publication of the Esperanto language in 1986 in another resolution, while emphasizing its previous decision, and expressed its support for the teaching and spread of the international Esperanto language throughout the world. Some Yusuf Etesami (Etesam Allah

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