Esperanto learn in 24 hours

livros_esperantoHave you ever dreamt to learn a foreign language in 24 Hours?

Well, for me this dream come true. I put all my energy and dedication to learn Esperanto. I doubt that you have never heard about Esperanto, but according to Wiki “Esperanto is a constructed international auxiliary language. It is the most widely spoken constructed language in the world. Its name derives from Doktoro Esperanto (“Esperanto” translates as “one who hopes”), the pseudonym under which physician and linguist L. L. Zamenhof published the first book detailing Esperanto, the Unua Libro, on 26 July 1887. Zamenhof’s goal was to create an easy-to-learn, politically neutral language that would transcend nationality and foster peace and international understanding between people with different languages.”

It’s a nice and quite easy language to be learnt, specially if you speak any romance (latin) language like Portuguese, Italian, French, Catalan, Spanish and others. Have you ever tried this kind of challenge? I will comment details on the podcast. It was a hard but great experience! If you want to try this experience, have no idea how to start it. Take parte on the next My Polyglot Challenge. Get more information here. You can learn a language like esperanto  in 24 hours, but you can choose the common challenges of 30, 60 or 90 days, or even a large one of 6 months long


Mi amas duolingvon!

Mi amas duolingvon!

Some words about Duolingo

Bellow you will find the first and the second part of my routine in the challenge to learn Esperanto in 24 Hours (not in a row) to record this Podcast for My Polyglot. “Duolingo” #duolingo played an important role during my routine, I really recommend it to anyone learning any language.  If you don’t know duolingo, here what wiki says about it: “Duolingo is a free language-learning and crowdsourced text translation platform. As of 28 May 2015, Duolingo offers Latin American Spanish, French, German, Brazilian Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Irish, Danish, Swedish, Turkish, Norwegian (Bokmål), Ukrainian, and Esperanto courses for English speakers, as well as American English for Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Greek, Dutch, Russian, Polish, Turkish, Hungarian, Romanian, Japanese, Hindi, Indonesian, Korean, Vietnamese, and Czech speakers. It also offers many other combinations of languages. It is available on the Web, iOS, Android and Windows Phone 8.1 platforms.”

My routine Part 01

My routine Part 02

Bluaj Fragoj by Merlin

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Ĝis kie mi povas iri
Pruvi mian amon al vi?
Mi aliros ĝis la fino
De la ĉielarko de via animo
Mi volas scii kiom da valoro
Scii tutan la veron
Marŝi sub la pluvo
Baniĝi en la lumo
Nur mi povas diri
Ĉion, kiom mi scias
Ĉion, kiom mi sentas
Ĉion, kio mi estas
Alveni eĉ en senfino
Kaj doni al ĝi mian koron
En kesto de bluaj fragoj
Ĝis kie mi povas iri…
…En kesto de bluaj fragoj

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The most challenging challenge on the internet.

The most challenging challenge on the internet.