New To Esperanto
Hi guys, I'm here again, and I just wanted to make a quick post regarding some exciting news.
What is the news?
I started learning Esperanto. I thought I should share this in the forums.
What made you want to learn it?
I've seen a lot of people recommending the Esperanto course, so I'm like "Why not give it a try?" and now I feel really excited.
What do like about this language?
I heard it's easy to learn, and I'm seeing a lot of people do it. I thought of making my bff do it, but it won't be the same. Now I am going to do it ;)
How do you think your experience would be in learning this language?
I think I would succeed in learning this language and end up listening to Esperanto songs, studying Esperanto culture, and reading books in Esperanto.
Anything else you want to share before we wrap up?
My favorite country is the Netherlands, and my best buddy, Zain, likes Argentina the best. I thought we should make projects on our favorite countries, but Zain wanted to do Netherlands when that was what I liked. Maybe I could do Esperanto instead!
Awesome! What questions do you have about this language?
- What country is Esperanto spoken in?
- Do you think I will succeed in learning this language?
- Can you put your advice for me in your comments?
Thank you for reading this post. I look forward to making new friends that are Esperanto learners. :)
I'm glad you are learning Esperanto! Esperanto really isn't spoken in any one country, it's spoken all around the world.
I'm really glad you chose Esperanto as a language. Esperanto isn't really spoken in a certain country, it's an auxiliary language and spoken all across the world.
Esperanto is considered one of the easiest languages to learn and with time and dedication, you can surely succeed.
I wish you all the best!
Glad you started to learn. I hope you'll enjoy it as much as I have.
Saluton! I am sure that you will succeed as it is an easy language and you seem to be very motivated. I have been learning it for 8 months or so and love it. Make sure you carefully read the tips and notes for each skill as they are so helpful and will make you understand everything a lot better than if you just skimmed through them or didn't read them at all.
What country is Esperanto spoken in? -> No one, and all of them ;)
Do you think I'll succeed in learning this language? -> Of course, if you are motivated
Can you put your advice for me in your comments? -> Sure, here is mine: First, finish the course, then just speak to yourself or write a text in "Lingots for Stories" (search for it in the forum here), or maybe try lang-8, or find a esperantisto pal ;)
Bonsxancon kaj vi sukcesu!