From the Radaro Team
We’re back after a bit of a break and have a few major updates! First, two of our contributors, Chloe and Donato, are taking a step back from editing the Radaro channel. I want to thank them for all of the hard work they’ve put into making this website what it is today! Second, Radaro will only plan on publishing one page a month until we have more contributors. If you would like to contribute in any way, please email QuintynAGBobb@gmail.com. We would appreciate if you could contribute a bit of your time to help ensure Radaro can be produced — any contribution would be appreciated! Read below for more information!
As always, the main goal of Radaro is to compile English Esperanto learning resources into one place, and as usual, we’ll do our best to include what we find. Email QuintynAGBobb@gmail.com if you find any resources you think should be on this website!
Thank you for your support,
Despite a certain international pandemic, Esperanto communities all across the world are still finding ways to meet and speak in Esperanto! One such example is Esperanto Raleigh, which meets every third Sunday, now over the ZOOM platform. Geared for experienced speakers and beginners, click the button to go to their website for more details on how to join!
Vikinovaĵoj, or WikiNews, is a project from Wikimedia designed to provide readers free news updated regularly in Esperanto. These interesting and well-written articles are in Esperanto — great practice for new and experienced Esperantists.
Q’s Esperanto Pro-Tips
I know, it’s not as catchy as “Donato’s Diamonds”, but I have found an excellent app available on all smartphones which can be used to type Esperanto characters (ĉĝĥĵŝŭ), AND has an excellent autocorrect function! It’s Microsoft SwiftKey (click the link for more information), which outperforms all other keyboards which offer Esperanto as an option (in my opinion). Check it out!
Vikipedio Article Spotlight
While many of us can’t travel due to a certain international pandemic, it’s always great to read up on other great places and learn a bit about their history. While reading this article, I was interested in learning more about all of the indigenous cultures of Canada.
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