Unlike typical colocated communities, Esperantists are dispersed, so there isn't enough interaction or shared experience among speakers to create culture.
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- When compared to Esperanto, it's hard to argue against Toki Pona being a much easier and more universal language to get people speaking across cultures and language boundaries.
- Today I'm going to put aside my biases and bring attention to a few specific details of Esperanto which give me an unfavorable opinion of it as a language.
- Sooner or later with Esperanto, you have to cross the bridge from simple subject-verb-object statements and questions to complex descriptions of causes and comparisons.
- I'm going to need to know how to ask and answer questions in Esperanto if I have any hope of becoming fluent in one week.
- Today I will outline the concepts of prepositions, prefixes, and suffixes — essential concepts in the language of Esperanto.
- I expect that I will come out of this being able to read and write and understand Esperanto in just one week.