I have chosen: Esperanto!
As my new language I have chosen Esperanto! I am enjoying the first stages of it and the male's voice, XD. I hope it is a good language to learn and that I will continue to be happy with it. Thank you all!
Saluton. I don't mean to be rude,but 'beginner' in esperanto is komencanto (I'm only mentioning because when I saw how you spelt it I was confused at why the two 'c' letters would have different sounds.
To Silver_Night, this shows an amazing part of esperanto that you can know something is spelt wrong because it doesn't fit the pronunciation; no exception :)
You will understand it in some weeks ;D
Vi komprenos gxin post kelkaj semajnoj ;D (I've been studying the international language for a month and some days right now, and I could write that alone, without any vortaro (dictionary) )
Bonvenon komencanto, al la esperantaro! :D
Despite the fact that Esperanto is a new language. It is quite developed and functional. Take a look at this page: https://eo.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vikipedio:%C4%88efpa%C4%9Do Bonan semajnon Silver_Night !
I need to clarify something. I don't mind if you decided to stop learning Esperanto. That is your decision and probably it's well taken. Just to say that Esperanto is a fully functioning language, the size of the speaker community can be a (personal) reason to don't learn a language because there are less chances to use it, but the language is not a project or something under developing, it's fully-functioning.
Today I was in a room that held more than a thousand Esperanto speakers. Nearly 3,000 took part in the World Esperanto Congress. The Universala Esperanto-Asocio has about 5,000 full members and about 15,000 allied members (some are in both categories).
A conservative estimate is that about 160,000 - 300,000 people speak Esperanto.
I made the same decision and dedicated myself to other languages for a while but then I came back to Esperanto. Unplanned languages are riddled with too many inconsistencies, which I find exasperating. I also realised that you can spend thousands of hours learning a language and still not master vocabulary, idioms, pronunciation, etc. You will always be a foreign speaker, even when you reach an advanced level. With Esperanto, though, everyone has started at the same level. As an Esperanto saying goes, 'In Esperanto-land no one is a foreigner' (En Esperantujo neniu estas fremdulo').
You are going to have a lot of fun with it. I see you finished the Spanish tree, a lot of the words are going to ring as similar to Esperanto vocabulary, but the conjugation is going to be a million times easier. You should check out the movie Incubus for some completely Esperanto based art. Have fun and good luck!
I love Esperanto, it’s the furthest I have gone in acquiring another language. I love having the sensation of thinking in another language directly and not having to stop and translate every single word. I am certain this will come in handy as there are some other languages I am interested in.
I can also see some of the power and limitations of English. In a way I have to mourn certain events in my life that didn’t go well because of poor communication. I think I know how to improve my English ability after learning some Esperanto
Just to clarify:
I corrected it. = Mi korektis ĝin.
I had to correct it. = Mi devis korekti ĝin.
I have corrected it. = Mi estas korektinta ĝin.
A note on that last sentence, only use -inta if you absolutely want to express an action this precisely. Most of the time, the simple verb form -is is the better choice.