From the Radaro Team
And just like that, we’re in the second week of 2021! I wonder when it’s not appropriate to start all your emails with “Happy New Year!”… We hope you enjoy this edition of Radaro!
Under “Creations of the Esperantujo” section, there is a youtuber dedicated to teaching Esperanto in mini lessons for beginners, “American Esperantist”. This is a great resource for all the basics of Esperanto in English!
Website of the Week
You can can apply your knowledge of Esperanto to something artistic with Corobu. Following the link will take you to a page with various Oragami projects that are taught entirely in Esperanto. This might be a good way to train yourself to visualize physical projects in your target language and develop further mental flexibility!
No hate to our friends studying Ido!
Sometimes you’re just kinda browsing the internet looking for something to entertain you for a little while, and it appears that I’ve come across something satisfying at Argilo. Here you can use an anagram finder. Just type in random Esperanto words and see what other words come out when the letters get scrambled around!
Vikipedio Article of the Week
Let’s take a merry stroll over to biology and plants, specifically peat moss. Why peat moss? This moss species is actually quite interesting, and who couldn’t use more words regarding plant biology in Esperanto? Okay, the real reason this article was chosen was because of the peculiar name “Sfagno”, and whoever wrote this article was clearly passionate.
Credit for the image goes to Christian Fischer.
Fundamento Word of the Week: Vomi
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