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  Esperanto culture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The language Esperanto is often used to access an international culture.
Many Esperanto speakers use the language for free travel throughout the world using the Pasporta Servo.
The poem La Espero is generally considered to be the Esperanto anthem.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Esperanto_culture   (521 words)

  
 Esperanto - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Esperanto is particularly prevalent in the northern and eastern countries of Europe; in China, Korea, Japan, and Iran within Asia; in Brazil, Argentina, and Mexico in the Americas; and in Togo and Madagascar in Africa.
An estimate of the number of Esperanto speakers was made by Sidney S. Culbert, a retired psychology professor of the University of Washington and a longtime Esperantist, who tracked down and tested Esperanto speakers in sample areas of dozens of countries over a period of twenty years.
Esperanto is often used to access an international culture, including a large corpus of original as well as translated literature.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Esperanto   (3556 words)

  
 Esperanto and Language Awareness
This research confirmed the relative ease with which Esperanto could be learned (an estimated one-fifth of the time required by 'an average college senior or graduate' to learn French, German, Italian or Spanish to the same level), and suggested that the prior study of Esperanto facilitated the learning of French, a so-called 'propaedeutic' effect.
Esperanto's marginal position in the global language order has meant that teachers have often seen their strongest argument as presenting it as a 'modern Latin' for the beginning language learner.
Esperanto, because of the extreme productiveness of a small number of rules and morphemes, allows students to freely employ both convergent and divergent forms of reasoning, and thereby stimulates linguistic confidence and linguistic creativity, with all that these may entail for language learning and language use in general.
esperantic.org /~mfettes/aware.htm   (3432 words)

  
 soc.culture.esperanto: Fakdosiero
Topics that are welcome in soc.culture.esperanto include (but are not limited to): the Esperanto culture in all its forms, the Esperanto community and movement, current events, and, of course, the language itself, as well as discussions relating to other planned languages.
soc.culture.esperanto estas novajxgrupo por diskuti en aux pri Esperanto, pri gxiaj kulturo, politiko, historio, kaj cxiaj temoj ordinare diskutataj en "soc.culture."-novajxgrupoj.
Komencantoj estas speciale instigitaj afisxi en Esperanto, eventuale dulingve en Esperanto apud sia denaska lingvo.
www.esperanto.net /veb/sce.html   (2012 words)

  
 Esperanto culture - Gurupedia
There are full-time broadcasts in Esperanto via the radio-esperanto website; additionally there are radio broadcasts in Esperanto by various stations at certain times of day in certain regions (see AERA).
Esperanto culture has a special word, krokodili ("to crocodile", coming from the fact that crocodiles have a small brain and a big mouth), to describe what is considered the inappropriate use of national languages at Esperanto meetings.
Boulogne-sur-Mer in 1905, a declaration was made which defined an "Esperantist" merely as one who knows and uses the language "regardless of what kind of aims he uses it for", and which also specifically declared any ideal beyond the spread of the language itself to be a private matter for the individual speaker.
www.gurupedia.com /e/es/esperanto_culture.htm   (433 words)

  
 The Esperanto Book: 11 (The Inner Idea)
His earliest poetry is unabashedly not just in Esperanto but Esperanto-oriented (poems to Zamenhof and Grabowski, poems that use expressions whose secondary meanings would be comprehensible only to an Esperantist, etc.); and even his later poetry, which was far less concerned with matters affecting Esperanto, bore the stamp of his participation in the Esperanto culture.
Allusions to matters indigenous to Esperanto culture, such as the structure of the Esperanto movement and events (not all of them ones we can be proud of) in prewar Esperanto history, require some knowledge of Esperanto culture to make sense of them.
Since Esperanto is a secondary, rather than a primary, culture, it is not necessary for someone to make a pilgrimage to the Orient to bring back new ideas; he need only go across to the other side of his own consciousness to pick up something useful.
donh.best.vwh.net /Esperanto/EBook/chap11.html   (4760 words)

  
 Soc.culture.esperanto Frequently Asked Questions (Oftaj Demandoj) FAQ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Esperanto is a language designed to facilitate communication among people of different lands and cultures.
Of course, unlike these other languages, Esperanto is not the primary language for its speakers, although there _are_ native speakers (`denaskaj parolantoj') of Esperanto who learned to speak it (along with the local language) from their parents.
Esperanto's circumflexed characters are covered by the incipient `wide character' standards (Unicode and ISO 10646), so Esperantists will not be left out if and when those standards are widely adopted and implemented.
www.non.com /news.answers/esperanto-faq.html   (4474 words)

  
 OSIEK - International Conferences, International Culture
OSIEK is an international society whose aims are to organize International Conferences in Esperanto (IEK) at a high and independant cultural level.
As a service to the cultural phenomenon of the spoken language, a specific action group serves as a syndicate of the radio-listeners: AERA, the Friends of Esperanto on the Air.
The aim of the IEK is to enrich the culture and the articulateness in Esperanto.
osiek.org /en.html   (481 words)

  
 Esperanto Education - History & Culture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
'History and culture' aims to provide you with interesting and easily accessible materials which relate to the history of the Esperanto movement and to the culture surrounding it.
The book is a very good introduction to Esperanto including a history of the language, a comprehensive linguistic description of Esperanto and the role of Esperanto in the modern world.
Totalitarian regimes across the world have perceived Esperanto as a threat, and have tried to suppress it.
www.esperantoeducation.com /culture.html   (673 words)

  
 Esperanto Association of Britain - Homepage
The Esperanto Association of Britain (Esperanto-Asocio de Britio) is a registered charity dedicated to the promotion of the international language Esperanto.
Esperanto Education: EAB's courses, learning resources, education news and events.
Esperanto Information: About Esperanto, its culture and community, publicity news and events.
www.esperanto-gb.org   (199 words)

  
 languagehat.com: Comment on REPRESSIVE ESPERANTO.
Esperanto is ugly because it forbids the natural tendencies of true languages.
Esperanto obviously is not a language that is connected to a particular ethnicity so "volk" or similar ideas cannot be applied.
Esperanto is not currently a very useful language compared to English or Spanish or Chinese etc. And it is not particularly prestigious neither.
www.languagehat.com /mt/mt-comments.cgi?entry_id=1852   (14930 words)

  
 Esperanto
A series of short articles on the origin, development and present situation of Esperanto, the language of international friendship.
If you have only just begun to take an interest in Esperanto and wish to know some basic information about this fascinating subject, please start your reading at the first article of this series.
With the exception of a small number of people who were brought up as “denaskaj” Esperantists (people who, when very small children learned to speak Esperanto at the same time as an ethnic language) Esperanto is a second language for everyone.
www.suite101.com /welcome.cfm/esperanto   (300 words)

  
 news.answers/esperanto-faq
Of course, unlike these other languages, Esperanto is not the primary language for its speakers, although there are native speakers (`denaskaj parolantoj') of Esperanto who learned to speak it (along with the local language) from their parents.
For U.S. residents, the Esperanto League for North America is the best and most reliable source for Esperanto materials.
As for our own Esperanto newsgroup, many readers are interested in other planned languages, and discussion of these can often be informative and interesting.
www.ufaqs.com /usenet/esperanto-faq.htm   (4578 words)

  
 languagehat.com: REPRESSIVE ESPERANTO.
Basically, his point is that despite its rhetoric about supporting language diversity, the movement is actually interested only in supporting Esperanto use, and in practice works to suppress diversity as exemplified by the use of other languages.
Esperanto is so strongly obligatory that its use is expected among any two Esperantists even if they speak the same native language.
The act of using one's native language with an Esperantist of the same mother tongue, referred to with the Esperanto neologism krokodilado, is one of the great taboos of the Esperanto movement and generally invites a scolding from other members of the movement.
www.languagehat.com /archives/001852.php   (15196 words)

  
 Esperanto: Frequently Asked Questions
This posting attempts to answer the most common questions from those new to the newsgroup soc.culture.esperanto (or the corresponding mailing list esperanto-l), or to the language Esperanto itself.
Post questions about Esperanto in the newsgroup soc.culture.esperanto or send them to the mailing list at esperanto-l@netcom.com, not to the maintainer.
Because of the increasing internationalization of the net, I have attempted to make this FAQ as relevant as possible to readers in various countries.
www.esperanto.net /veb/faq.html   (260 words)

  
 Esperanto Culture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
This Swedish radio station broadcasts in Esperanto, and also makes its broadcasts available over the Web.
This utility allows one to change Esperanto text in files destined for web pages.
It alters the supersigned letters from one of the ASCII conventions for respresenting the supersigned letters to the proper Unicode or Latin-3 HTML escape codes.
www.sunspace.org /esperanto.html   (111 words)

  
 Esperanto - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks
The Wikibooks Esperanto Textbook is a collaborative project to create an online open-content textbook for Esperanto, which we hope will become the definitive Esperanto textbook for English speakers.
The Esperanto Teacher, A Simple Course for Non-Grammarians at Project Gutenberg
This page was last modified 21:27, 23 December 2005.
en.wikibooks.org /wiki/Esperanto   (84 words)

  
 Dissendo-listoj en Esperanto au pri Esperanto   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Membroj de Esperanto Society of New England http://www.esne.net
Nur por membroj de la akademio de Esperanto.
Listo por komercaj ofertoj kaj petoj en Esperanto.
esperanto-panorama.net /unikode/dissendo.htm   (2012 words)

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