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About the language

Human speech has the power both to unite and to raise barriers between different languages. In the Middle Ages, Latin served as a universal language. In modern times, the idea emerged of creating a completely new language that would be simpler and easier to learn. This was the origin of Esperanto. Its author was the physician L. Zamenhof, who created it in 1887 based on European, especially Romance, languages. Unlike natural languages, however, its grammar is strictly regular and simple. Despite all the advantages of an artificial language, Esperanto has not been adopted by large international organisations. Nevertheless, this language lives: it is the language both of an original literature and of translations of the world's classics, and is the common language of a thriving international cultural community. The number of people who can communicate in Esperanto is estimated to be between hundreds of thousands and millions of speakers.

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