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Mi parolas Esperanton: The Universal Language 

Many people erroneously believe Esperanto is the invention of '60s peaceniks looking for a common mother tongue in the Age of Aquarius. In fact, Esperanto was created by a Polish doctor and linguist, L.L. Zamenhof, in the late 1800s. Zamenhof lived in…

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