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the key for esperano success?

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so, I investigated about the interslaic/slovio language and I found this video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AyxYmoVS2XA

discuss

1 year ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/JackyDW
JackyDW
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The key for Esperanto success, the same as any other language, is practice, practice, practice. Same for any other skill, really.

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/ThatOneDoge

And the more ways you practice, the better. Listening, speaking, writing, do it all and you'll be fluent in no time.

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/JackyDW
JackyDW
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Exactly! I mostly do my practice on Lernu! now.

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/ThatOneDoge

I need to get on there! I've only used the dictionary so far.

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Kliphph
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Medžuslovjanski/ Меджусловјански aka Interslavic kaj Slovio ne estas la sama lingvo/ is not the same language. Ĝi ŝajnas ke ili havas multa "malbona sango" inter ilin, kiel Ido kaj Esperanto. It appears that they have much "bad blood" between them, like Ido and Esperanto.

The Slovio webpage/ La Slovio retpaĝo @ Interslavic.org esta vera Slovio retejo/ Is really a Slovio website. They seem to dislike the idea of Interslavic as a Slovio clone, even though Interslavic is derived from Old Church Slavonic, as semi-artificial auxiliary language that even predates Esperanto.

The nationalist notions of Pan-Slavism make me wary to some degree of both these languages, as I prefer an Esperantist "global" worldview inclusive of all people, not a only a Slavic subset. The failures of the USSR and Yugoslavia are probably other notable historical examples as to why some people (especially those of Slavic heritage) steer clear of these languages, although as a non-Slav who speak Polish, I find it interesting as a tool for transnational communication.

Slovio has Esperanto grammar influence, and is easy to passively understand to anyone with a reasonable level of fluency in a Slavic language (I could read the poems, nursery rhymes and songs using only my non-native speaking Polish). It is similar in the way that an indivudual who can speak English and a Romance language can passively understand Esperanto, as I could decipher a fair amount of Esperanto prior to ever studying it through knowledge of English, French and Spanish (I actually started my studies from a Castellano Spanish lesson book in Barcelona).

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/salivanto
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Nehus - Did you have a question?

1 year ago