What is Esperanto?

Esperanto is a language created in 1887 by L. Zamenhof. Zamenhof was upset at seeing people fighting because they spoke different languages and couldn’t understand each other. The word Esperanto means in Esperanto “the one who hopes”. The ultimate aim would be that everyone speaks at least 2 languages, the language of the country they live in and Esperanto. See

 Where can I learn it?

Free online course with sound

Foreign languages, what they don’t often tell you” is a book for children published in Sydney in 2009. For more information, see Foreign languages