From the Radaro Team

 We thank you again for taking the time to read another edition of Radaro!

Under “Creations of the Esperantujo” section, we have an Esperantist from Brazil who has started a mini-series on YouTube of jokes in Esperanto — both having some fun with the language, and translations of local variations as well! We also have videos from a few newer channels with some interviews in the language, and the link to the newest podcast episode of LBR: Kreski kun Esperanto — you can listen to it free on Spotify! Also, Esperanto USA has partnered with other Esperanto organizations to increase the amount of written literature in Esperanto — check out the article and link for more information! 

Stay safe out there!


World Languages Caffe Event








Online Chat in Esperanto

Interested in speaking Esperanto with others virtually? Look into this meetup for such an opportunity! This group is part of the World Languages Cafe, and other language rooms are available. They meet every fourth Tuesday of the month! 

Website of the Week

Strangely enough we haven’t mentioned Zamenhof very often on Radaro, so this week’s website hopefully makes up for some of his under-representation. Here you’ll find a comprehensive overview of Zamenhof’s history along with texts, a photo album, quotes, and other fascinating bits of information. The existence of Esperanto may no longer depend exclusively on Zamenhof, but it’s pretty cool to revisit the origins and read about his guiding vision and philosophy.


Meme Magic

Donato’s Diamonds

It’s time to get cooking with Bonan Apetiton! This is a site created by the educational group E@I and in this case they bring you a massive collection of recipes in Esperanto. This is yet another opportunity to acquire topic-specific vocabulary while expanding on your food preparation skills. Get ready to grub, geamikoj!


Vikipedio Article of the Week

Take a brief read through this article to learn how The Theory of Evolution came to be the most prominent framework to explain the origin of life on the planet.

Image credit goes to Wikipedia user TimVickers

Creations of the Esperantujo

Fundamento Word of the Week: Virto

virto vertu | virtue | Tugend | добродтель | cnota

Find it in the PIV:



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.

Lernu Dictionary:


Komputeko: The Universal Computer Terminology Collection:

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