Saluton from Radaro! Learning a language, even Esperanto can be a little confusing at times. There are words that sound alike and it can be difficult to summon the right words during real-time use, but fortunately we have some helpful tools this week. Our good friend Quintyn shows us some “False Friends” to look out for and we also found a glossary of Astronomy related terms to expand one’s vocabulary to more niche, but ultimately interesting topics. Additionally we have news stories and sites that promote peace so you can appreciate the wonderful work of Esperantists throughout the world.
We hope everyone has been having an excellent October so far!
Website of the Week: Neniam Milito Inter Ni
The folks over at Neniam Milito Inter Ni do Esperantujo an important service by posting material related to current events and human rights around the world. Any Esperantist, even if they are not interested in news, would benefit from seeing how fellow parolantoj engage with the world to promote the well-being of all people. Do yourself a favor and pay the site a visit!
Jen la magio de la memeoj:
Are you a fan of astronomy, science fiction, or stargazing? Then come and look at the Astronomia Terminaro, which will give you a plentiful list of words to discuss all matters of the cosmos though Esperanto. From now on you’ll never have to awkwardly insert English terms while admiring the stars with your Esperanto buddies!
Someone learned not to hate! Exercise your Esperanto and your compassion:
Have you ever thought about, what if there was an Esperanto speaking community? Here’s an interesting English blog about starting communities: https://paxus.wordpress.com/2017/07/07/so-you-want-to-start-a-community/