What is Esperanto?
Esperanto is an artificial language created in 1887 by Ludwick Zamenhof as a means of enabling communication between all of the people in the world and to be used as a global lingua franca. The Universal Esperanto Association is the movement’s largest organisation.
According to Wikipedia, it is the most-spoken artificial language in the world with the advent of the Internet having a significant impact on its popularity.
With simple grammatical rules, the written version uses a modified version of the Latin alphabet including six letters with diacritics. Despite its simplicity, humans tend to use natural rather than artificial languages.
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