From the Radaro Team
2021 is fully underway! We wish the best to all those who will begin school shortly. For those who aren’t… keep up the good work! The winter holidays are just around the corner!
Under “Creations of the Esperantujo” section, we have an Esperantist discuss a well known constructed language in the Esperanto community, “Toki Pona” — in Esperanto nonetheless! We also have another song in Esperanto with Amira, a short film called “Something is Pizza” and a few interviews with Esperantists. The audio library of Esperanto speakers is slowly but surely growing!
Website of the Week
Here’s an interesting and accessible resource to learn about the major languages of Europe and familiarize yourself with some linguistic concepts as well. You will surely be happy to hear that this site is a related project to Lernu and a few other sister projects given that the default language is Esperanto. Have fun learning, friends!
Just a reminder to all you people that there are medical professionals who publish in Esperanto through the Medicina Internacia Revuo. They publish twice a year and include article abstracts in Esperanto if you’d like to get a summary while practicing your language skills. Many of you will likely find it fascinating!
Vikipedio Article of the Week
Surely many of you are familiar with Carl Sagan, right? Well, here is the article of the “Pale Blue Dot” picture and the coolest part is that it includes an Esperanto translation of Sagan’s insightful monologue about our place in the Universe. It’s a rather short article but nevertheless a fun and thought-provoking one.
Image credit goes to NASA
Creations of the Esperantujo
Mikronovelo: Ĵaluzo | Micronovel: Jealousy
Fundamento Word of the Week: Vulpo
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:
Komputeka: The Universal Computer Terminology Collection:
Bitoteko de Hispana Esperanto-Federacio:
Esperanto USA Retbutiko:
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ILERA : International League of Esperantist Radio Amateurs
Esperanto League for North America – volunteer on different teams to do stuff.
Universala Esperanta Asocio
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