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(Brezhoneg = Esperanto)
Active fluency in the neutral international language Esperanto can be achieved in a reasonably short period of time, thanks to its extremely regular and very easy to learn grammar. In addition, the language is considered by many to possess admirable power, flexibility and beauty. Esperanto aims to promote and protect linguistic cultural diversity, and to provide a low-cost high-quality trans-Babel communication medium by acting as the dialect-free international auxiliary language.
Esperanto assembled by Aaron D. Irvine. Sound files were made by David Bianchini and James Rezende Piton. Suggestions or corrections for Esperanto for Travellers should be directed (in Esperanto please) to Aaron via his home page.
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