Lernu la internacian linvon Esperan
Earth population of 9 Billion people by 2050? What language should we learn to have peace?
World communication ?
A universal language means a language which could be learned for the express purpose of international communication between people whose mother tongues were different. It could be a language already in existence, or one specially created for the purpose. It would be an auxiliary language, not aiming to replace any existing languages, though it might eventually have that effect.
The most popular of all "artificial" languages, Esperanto, was invented in 1887 by Dr Zamenhof of Warsaw, Poland. It was build on the latin roots found in Western European languages, with the addition of a number words from German and a few from English. The grammar was simple, logical and easy to memorize. To this day, Esperanto has the largest following of any international language.
OUR VISION FOR WORLD UNDERSTANDING
Inteigenta persono lernas la lingvon Esperanto rapide kaj facile. Esperanto estas la moderna, kultura lingvo por la tuta mondo. Simpla, fleksebla, belsona, g'i estas la praktika solvo de la problemo de universala interkompreno. Esperanto meritas vian serionzan konsideron Lernu la internacian lingvon Esperan. Check your translation; An intelligent person learns the language Esperanto rapidly and easily. Esperanto is the modern, cultural language for the whole world. Simple, flexible, musical, it is practical solution for the problem of universal mutual understanding. Esperanto deserves your serious consideration. Learn the international language Esperanto.
Americans have long heard the cliché that " Wherever you go, people speak English." In fact, at most ten percent of the world speaks English! Often, in other countries, only people in the best hotels of the largest cities can use English, and even they are often not very fluent. Anyone who has visited a foreign country and struggled with the language barriers understands this. Americans are at last discovering what the rest of the world has long known: there is a real need of an international language. Esperanto is neutral... it is not the property of any one nation, group of nations, or social class. It belongs to everyone. It has no political or historical implications to hinder acceptance. Every person who uses Esperanto is on an equal linguistic footing with all other Esperantists. Esperanto's popularity in smaller nations and Asian countries, such as Japan, is largely due to this neutrality. This promotes a spirit of friendship and brotherhood among Esperantists which is quite impressive to everyone who sees it in use. Text taken from www.esperanto-usa.org