COOL LINKS ABOUT ESPERANTO


Esperanto: A Language for the Global Village - www.members.aol.com/sylvanz/gvcont.htm
by Sylvan Zaft


About Language Problems
Translation, multilingualism, English, Esperanto? ...
Claude Piron


www.esperanto-usa.org
Welcome to the Esperanto League for North America!
ELNA - http://www.esperanto-usa.org/

esperanto society of chicago - www.esperanto-chicago.org

A Key to the Inter-National Language - www.esperanto-chicago.org/key.htm
Common Esperanto Phrases - http://www.esperanto-chicago.org/phrases.htm (with sound files)
Virtual English-Esperanto Phrasebook - www.esperanto-chicago.org/esprimoj
Esperanto-English dictionary - www.esperanto-chicago.org/glossary.htm
English-Esperanto dictionary - www.esperanto-chicago.org/glossar2.htm
The Esperanto Common Roots Glossary - www.esperanto-chicago.org/rootsglossary.htm

ESPERANTO -- AN OVERVIEW

The Esperanto Book (by Don HARLOW)
You can access background information about Esperanto from this document


http://esperanto.org/us/USEJ/world/kontraux.html - A reply to some arguments against Esperanto


A website for and about languages - http://www.lingvo.info/?lingvo=en

Other National Organizations

  • Scottish Esperanto Association (SEA) - http://www.skotlando.org/
  • Esperanto Association of Ireland (EAI) - http://esperanto.ie/english/welcome.htm
  • Esperanto Association of South Africa (EASA) - http://www.esperanto.za.org/
  • U. S. Esperanto Youth (USEJ) - http://www.usej.org/
  • Canadian Esperanto-Association (KEA) - http://www.esperanto.ca/kea/
  • Canadian Esperantist Youth (JEK) - http://www.esperanto.ca/jek/
  • Esperanto Association of Britain (EAB) - http://www.esperanto-gb.org/
  • British Esperanto Youth (JEB) - http://www.jeb.org.uk/
  • Australian Esperanto Association (AEA) - http://www.esperanto.org.au/
  • New Zealand Esperanto Association (NZEA) - http://www.geocities.com/esperanto-nz/

Information about the International Language - http://ttt.esperanto.org/us/USEJ/world/


Esperanto-Panorama - http://www.esperanto-panorama.net/angla/index.htm
The world at the tip of the tongue

How and why to learn Esperanto - http://www.micheloud.com/FXM/LA/LA/esperanto.htm

Reasons to learn Esperanto - http://personal.southern.edu/~caviness/Eo_unue/Eo_unue.html

  • What is Esperanto, anyway?
  • Reasons to learn Esperanto or any planned language
  • Reasons to learn Esperanto first among planned languages

Window on the World - http://atelier.grafiko.org/pgesp.html
Esperanto

People who say English is the dominant language in the world to-day are people who don't travel or people who travel for tourism or for standard business. You can get through the minimum in English, but once you get beyond the minimum, you're in trouble." John Ralston Saul The Ottawa Citizen, 13/3/2000

ESPERANTO
Author: David Poulson
(more than 80 articles on history of Esperanto)

Nebraska Internacia-lingva Asocio - http://esperantonebraska.org/

 

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