From the Radaro Team
We hope you enjoy Radaro’s first edition of 2021! We hope you are having a great start to the year and look forward to seeing all the cool things 2021 will bring about!
Website of the Week
Visit the Internacia Komerca kaj Ekonomia Federacio to learn about economics and related terminology in Esperanto. You can keep up with their conferences and general news if commerce and economics are topics you are interested in but have not found a way to apply it to Esperanto. The site is also beginner friendly since you can choose from a variety of languages (including English) from the “multilingual” tab.
Toki Pona en 76 Ilustritaj Lecionoj!
If you haven’t tried learning Toki Pona, now is your opportunity to try it by means of Esperanto. Yep, that’s right, you can keep Esperanto active while learning another constructed language! Toki Pona was intended to be minimalistic with a little over a hundred words, so one can probably learn this cute little language fairly quickly. Visit the site and try it out if it sounds cool to you:
Vikipedio Article of the Week
It’s exciting for beginners to discover the quirky history of Esperanto and this article offers a little bit of that. The Island of the Roses was an attempt to establish an independent Esperanto-based country off the Italian coast. Come read about it!
Credit for Rose image goes to Wikipedia user Sannita.
Creations of the Esperantujo
Fiŝo ne iras, sed TikTok-o ĝin tiras:
Fundamento Word of the Week: Marĉandi
marĉand ́ marchander | bargain, trade | dingen, feilschen | торговаться | targować się
Find it in the PIV: https://vortaro.net/#mar%C4%89andi_kd
English-Esperanto Annotated Dictionary:
The best English-Esperanto dictionary, includes compound English words.
Plena Ilustrita Vortaro de Esperanto:
The online dictionary that defines Esperanto in Esperanto.
The most awesome Esperanto spelling and grammar checker on the internet.
FAKAJ VORTAROJ, TERMINAROJ:
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