Esperante: The New Esperanto Language

Alfredo Alvarado


Esperanto was designed as an international language but, it is not the case because its vocabulary is based on European languages that are unfamiliar to most of the world population. In this respect, we should look on recent statistics where the top native speakers in the world are the Chinese (11.92%), Spanish (5.99%) and English (4.92%) [1].  It is important to note that the Chinese use the Mandarin language that is not a language but a set of dialects that they use as a common language. 

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