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    You can't, because it's not really there. There are a couple of main reasons people learn Esperanto. So why learn it at all? That being said, 3 means that it is used as a vehicle essentially for various groups and cultures to communicate with. This, theorists argued, was a network-driven market failure: People still type on this inefficient keyboard just because that's what everybody else does. But dialects are the only way that a language can evolve and develop the characteristics which allow people to express themselves comfortably and clearly, and with the nuance and subtlety available in any other language! In English, we have dozens of ways to alter verb tense, in order to convey additional implications in a statement. Esperanto is widely spoken for a constructed language, but in comparison to something like Spanish, it’s not as useful day-to-day, as you won’t run into as many people who speak it. If I ask you "what? It Makes Sense Esperanto has 16 regular and exception-free rules of grammar and a regular phonetic spelling. Everyone knows about the rolled R in the Spanish language, but unless you're a fluent speaker, you might not have noticed that it's heavily rolled at the beginning of a word, but barely rolled at all in the middle. Just give me a bit of time. Why throw in an unnecessary case system? And I've occasionally seen other non-standard digraphs used as well. In 1981, its usage became less popular when it became apparent that followers of the Bahá'í Faith were interested in it. 7. They need to be clear and easily distinguished. Seabolt TV 2,041 views. In English, we're accustomed to a lot of this. There are estimated to be more than 2,000 Esperanto speakers in the UK and anything between 500,000 and two million worldwide. Commonality with internationalist solidarity, linguistic equality, anti-war/ pacifism, anti-nationalism and other themes are/ were the primary motivations for left leaning activists to learn Esperanto. Esperantists hate hearing that, because they too are “ones that hope”. Grammatical constructs can be invented and accepted and included into the language. The grammars of Classical Latin or Ancient Greek ha… Further, none of this does a good job of differentiating perfective and imperfective action. It has its own culture, literature and magazines, etc. Why Esperanto is not my favourite Artificial Language A comprehensive demolition of Esperanto's pretensions, last updated 11 October 2002. Copyright © 2021 The President and Fellows of Harvard College. There are estimated to be more than 2,000 Esperanto speakers in the UK and anything between 500,000 and two million worldwide. Not bad, huh? Having studied Esperanto off and on for 20 years, I’m glad for the occasional chance to show off. Such language features evolve naturally in any natural language. Ido has the international prefix des- (similar to English dis- as in 'disappear'). Partial though I am to La Internacia Lingvo (“the International Language”), let’s not exaggerate its prevalence on shortwave radio. The bad. Is it possible, given the subtlety of the theory and the ambiguity of the evidence, that government policymakers will apply these ideas in a way that improves society as a whole? I think both of the reasons I gave originally were not given yet, exactly, in the other answers. No objective discussion would be complete without discussing also the negatives. This was a short blog post that I spontaneously decided to create! And so, rather than making any attacks against the language or the people who speak it, I would like to draw attention to five very specific details about the language itself which I perceive to be major flaws. There is nothing to be gained from merely prejudiced attacks. Esperanto is a constructed auxiliary language.Its creator was L. L. Zamenhof, a Polish eye doctor.He created the language to make international communication easier. Why Esperanto Failed (Quick Read) – The Coming of a Surprising Blog. Esperanto has 900 standard roots, which is a step in the right direction, but still about 3 times more than what I'd say is essential. An Esperanto translation of the Qur'an was published by the state shortly thereafter. First, because the grammar has been cleansed of irregularities. You tell me. In English, the “rules” have so many exceptions that it’s basically pointless to learn them. It uses suffixes instead of word order to indicate subject and object. Other examples of networks include the telephone (the more people who have them, the more people I can reach with mine) and the VCR (the more people who have machines with the VHS format, the more tapes are made available in that format). And quite hard to hear at all after a T or a B. Why does the Criticism of Esperanto article start off with why one should learn Esperanto? Spiegel & Grau, 2009. Summary: Today I'm going to put aside my biases and bring attention to a few specific details of Esperanto which give me an unfavorable opinion of it as a language. Why learn Esperanto? And given the fact that Esperanto is a second language for everyone, that means that everyone who speaks Esperanto speaks it with an accent. But in Esperanto, all the question words are two-syllable words, and the stressed syllable is the same in every word! I don’t think so, as long as there will be a certain core that provides some degree of understandibility. having undesirable or negative qualities; "a bad report card"; "his sloppy appearance made a bad impression"; "a bad little boy"; "clothes in bad shape"; "a bad cut"; "bad luck"; "the news was very bad"; "the reviews were bad"; "the pay is bad"; "it was a bad light for reading"; "the movie was a bad choice" Well, most people want the result of knowing another language, but are unwilling or unable to put up with the slog through grammatical rules and vocabulary lists to get there. To some network theorists, these arguments justify government involvement in the software industry. Why I Chose Esperanto And Why Learning A Constructed Language Isn't Bad - Duration: 9:32. Since I am familiar with both Latin and French I am able to read texts in other Romanic languages – to a certain degrees. Esperanto is not allowed to fracture, and shift, and become regional, 10 Reasons Spanish Is The Best Language To Learn, Get updated on the highest quality language learning resources, Find out not only what I use, but how I use it, Get regular updates on my language missions. Esperanto, Here, is a 3. In this respect, language is a perfect example of what economic theorists call a network. In most cases, economists are defenders of unfettered markets. The word base of Esperanto was originally defined in Unua Libro ("First Book"), published by L. L. Zamenhof in 1887. Is that not counter-intuitive? This answer now seems like it has two reasons, but in my mind, they go together: it is beautiful as any other language, but that still doesn't explain why Esperanto specifically. It starts off by the intended purpose of E. and by raising the issue whether E. fulfills the purpose. First Principles. Okay, at first you're thinking "every foreign language is uncomfortable at first", and at first blush, you're right. Right from the start, the first flaw a person immediately becomes familiar with are these six non-Latin characters: ĉ, ĝ, ĥ, ĵ, ŝ, and ǔ. Non-Latin characters are generally more difficult to work with anyway, especially in this modern world of wireless communication from a 12-key phone pad... but to make things even worse, three of those six characters don't exist in any other known language, which makes it significantly difficult, or even impossible, for many people to type those letters at all. The more relevant question is why are/ were many leftists drawn to Esperanto. Of course the creator of the language recognized this difficulty, and created a series of digraphs for representing these sounds: cx, gx, hx, jx, sx, and ux. In Russian, there are dozens of question words, thanks to noun declension. The answer is that everyone learns English because everyone else learns it. They don't even look the same. If one person writes cxiu and another person writes ĉiu, they are not the same. Plus some of countries where it is strongest don't have indo … N. Gregory Mankiw is an economics professor at Harvard and the author of Principles of Economics. The number of Esperanto speakers is sufficient to support an impressive array of congresses and other international meetings. So humor me: Why are American children taught English? That is, native English speakers will try to form sentences using gerunds and participles, and native speakers of other languages will be completely lost. This plenitude of consonants led to a problem with the orthography. The accusative case has a bad reputation of being hard to learn in German, Russian, and other languages, where you have several dozens of endings and changes to memorise, on top of the other cases that require yet more changes. How else can we explain why the Japanese keep speaking Japanese when less complicated languages are available, or why we aren't all speaking Esperanto--the "ideal" language that was supposed to become the world language? This is a very basic concept that exists in all languages I have experience with. When it was created, Esperanto was intended to become everyone's second language, to bring equality to international communications. If different people spoke different dialects of Esperanto, it's would no longer be a universal language. Question words are among the most important words in a language. Esperanto is a gateway to different cultures, which makes your life easier learning other languages. It uses suffixes instead of word order to indicate subject and object. (m bork 3!) These are details that would normally work themselves out over long periods of time through the natural process of language evolution. English, Chinese, Swahili, and many other languages use word order indicate objects. N. Gregory Mankiw. A frequent claim is that computer operating systems are like languages: Once a standard becomes dominant, it is practically impossible for anyone to consider an alternative, even a better one. People left to their own devices, we argue, will typically achieve an outcome that is good for society as a whole--the vaunted invisible hand. How this happens and how the government might lend a helping hand in the process remain open issues. Seabolt TV 1,901 views. Where. Yet even these theorists are unsure what the government should do. 6. In other words, there's no good way to differentiate an action that was done in the past from an action that was ongoing at the point of reference in the past. Associating a language with a culture An interesting comment on Guardian article above highlights one reason people are more keen to learn less formal ConLangs over more established ones: But today I'm going to put aside those biases and bring attention to a few specific details of Esperanto which give me an unfavorable opinion of it as a language. I have been wondering lately why I should teach my newborn son English. Esperanto has rules, like all languages, but there’s a crucial difference: because it’s a constructed language, there are no exceptions to the rules. This debate over networks, keyboards, and market failure might seem like arcana only economists can love, but it is having a profound influence over public policy. It was invented to be easy, and it is. However, unlike all other languages, the Esperanto language does not have its own country, nor does it have its own people.What it has instead is a community. The Esperanto language is a language (almost) like any other. And it's actually become far more popular than any other constructed language in history. But that is exactly the problem with Esperanto: not only did that natural evolution never happen in the creation of this language, but worse, it's not allowed to happen on its own, because changes to the language would defeat the whole purpose and point of having it. 16:34, 26 February 2010 (UTC) I don’t think so, as long as there will be a certain core that provides some degree of understandibility. As native speakers say things at a quick, conversational pace, certain shortcuts develop and catch on and eventually become standard. If you want to ask a question about Esperanto please do so in the question thread stickied at the top of the sub, otherwise it will be removed. So why learn it at all? Parents deciding what language to teach their children, for instance, don't really have much choice. Since I am familiar with both Latin and French I am able to read texts in other Romanic languages – to a certain degrees. In this blog, you will discover a bunch of proven tips on how to crack the language-learning game! So everyone defaults back to the simple past. 6. Other studies have shown that the QWERTY design is actually not so bad. Esperanto, however, knows only the accusative case, and memorizing how to use it is a breeze. 9:32. But there's more to it. But Spanish has the same stress rules as Esperanto, with the penultimate syllable getting the stress. Why should Esperanto be easier to learn? Everyone I know speaks English, but would Peter be better off learning a more sensible, mellifluous language, like maybe Italian? It contained around 900 root words. I went to the store is different from I was going to the store, and different from I had been going to the store, but in Esperanto, they're all said with the same simple past tense. Esperanto is a constructed language, what some people might call an “artificial language” or “man-made language”. He was an eye doctor who specialized on the eyeball and orbit. Yet when economic historians examined the case more closely, this story turned out to be less fact than fiction. ", you shouldn't answer a "who?" 3 is a bit of a tricky situation, because it's not part of the hierarchy. First, because the grammar has been cleansed of irregularities. That's not a good enough reason. Many academics who have written about the theory of networks have worked for the Justice Department and other federal agencies. 9:32. If the government thinks it should set software standards, why not really make the world better and require Esperanto in schools? Why throw in an unnecessary case system? In the case of networks, however, this laissez-faire logic doesn't seem to work. They dream of being the pioneers of the coming Esperanto revolution. Buy it on Amazon. Because Esperanto uses a simple case system which marks subjects and objects with nominative and accusative case markers respectively, subjects, objects and verbs can be put in any order (though subject-verb-object is the default order). Why Esperanto is Fun. This particular stupid question leads to the frontier of economic theory, as well as to the intellectual foundation for the government's case against Microsoft (a corporation that, I should disclose, has paid me to speak on its behalf in its current antitrust skirmish). Esperanto is not allowed to fracture, and shift, and become regional. Yes, I know that Esperanto provides a way of forming gerunds and participles, but their use is still heavily reflective of the native language of the speaker. Rather, this is a matter of paying attention to specific details of a language and how those details affect the speaker, and in turn, the overall perception of the language itself. Yet the language has been criticised ever since it firstappeared. And this problem is duplicated in the answering words: Tio, Tia, Tie, Tiu, etc. Who. Esperanto is not perfectly international but I think it's as good as can be while still be easy to learn. Zamenhof was also referred to as Doktoro Esperanto (Dr. Esperanto). Despite the availability of superior designs, and the fact that jamming keys is no longer an issue, QWERTY remains the standard. It is, I admit, a stupid question. The publication is only published in eight other major languages and is the largest publication for world unity and scientific knowledge. You can't make that sound unless you slow down the word so much that it's almost unnatural to say it. I have been wondering lately why I should teach my newborn son English. Which then leads us to the problem of: if you're going to use digraphs, why have the special characters at all? And worse, there are other non-standard digraphs in use. It is, I admit, a stupid question. There are a couple of main reasons people learn Esperanto. Esperanto?! Just say the word don't to yourself and try to hear the T sound. It's one of the easiest languages to learn! But why Esperanto? After he suggested that Esperanto replace English as an international lingua franca, it began to be used in the seminaries of Qom. A question is, of course, if it would be actually a bad thing if Esperanto would ever evolve into dialects. Is French Hard to Learn? Why We Don't Speak Esperanto. Obviously, any concerns or desires for Esperanto to become a dominate second language are gonna remain strictly hypothetical. Esperanto creator Ludwik Lejzer Zamenhof was born in 1859 in Bialystok, a multi-ethnic city that is in present-day Poland. While the digraphs may have seemed like a good solution in 1903, it's a horrible solution in 2010, because we now have online databases and search engines and cached repositories of words spelled in a variety of different ways. Yes, I know that Esperanto provides a way of forming gerunds and participles, but their use is still heavily reflective of the native language of the speaker. Esperanto has no country or geographical ties to an ancestral homeland. It starts off by the intended purpose of E. and by raising the issue whether E. fulfills the purpose. If Australia spoke Esperanto, the language barriers wouldn't be that bad, ESPECIALLY FOR ASIANS. Unfortunately, dialects and fracturing would be the death of Esperanto. When. In Australia, language barriers for English exists cause English is a bulls*** language. This is not intended to be Esperanto-bashing. Anyway, the main reason is the first paragraph. On /r/Esperanto, feel free to ask questions, post relevant links, and start discussions in or about Esperanto. The Russian language famously stacks up three or four consonants on top of each other every chance it gets, but if you listen to a Russian speak, you quickly realize that they only ever pronounce one, or maybe two, of those consonants. Unlike natural languages, you don’t learn Esperanto because you’re fascinated by a country, people group or location. The prefix mal- in Esperanto is particularly inopportune because in several languages 'mal' means 'bad' or 'wrong' (as in English 'malformed', 'malodorous' etc). A language has to be allowed to evolve with the needs of its speakers, or else it's nothing more than a relic — a cute, trite, literary oddity. Esperanto is widely spoken for a constructed language, but in comparison to something like Spanish, it’s not as useful day-to-day, as you won’t run into as many people who speak it. The World Esperanto Congress, held each year in a different country, regularly attracts 2000 or more participants; the 1987 Jubilee Congress in Warsaw attracted just under 6,000. But it was also invented to become the Universal Language, and unfortunately, I just don't think that can happen with these flaws. 5. Esperanto is a widely spoken universal language. Moreover, networks do manage to evolve on their own--witness the changeover from LPs to cassettes to CDs. In spite of a huge number of words, mostly starting with the same sound, they are all easy to distinguish. Many of its faults are clearly due to its method of creationand the prevailing attitudes of the time, in particular the latenineteenth-century "mechanistic" belief that all human language couldbe fitted into a fully logical and rational framework - "a sort ofvoiced Dewey Decimal System", as Mark Rosenfelder succinctly puts itin his analysis of the twentieth century - www.zompist.com/predic.htm. One excellent example of this problem is in my second complaint, regarding nuance. And they're certainly not indexed the same in any databases, which means you often have to query several different spellings to find a definition for an Esperanto word. But contained in English, for non-native speakers, is an undeniably bad implication. If you`re wondering what Esperanto is, the video above (featuring me) should give you some decent info. These diacritical marks cause trouble with comp… Okay, I know I've said Esperanto is more religion than language, and I've complained about how few people there are with whom to use Esperanto. What. In spite of the fact that they all start with the same sound, there's no risk of confusion unless you're talking to a drunken redneck with a hotdog in his mouth. I use Esperanto before 30 years and I can tell you that all your points against Esperanto is the result of bad information. 16:34, 26 February 2010 (UTC) As is so often the case here: there are some good answers (Vote #1 Andreu Massana’s answer; Vote #2 or #3 Laurie Chilvers’ answer), there are some bad answers, and this is my answer.. This difference makes translating things into or from Esperanto like solving a puzzle. English, Chinese, Swahili, and many other languages use word order indicate objects. I read how Esperanto is recognized by the United Nations and is popular in certain parts of the world.The United Nations has also begun presenting the The UNESCO Courier, its widest ranging publication in Esperanto. Obviously, any concerns or desires for Esperanto to become a dominate second language are gonna remain strictly hypothetical. Unlike many other languages, you can depend on the rules to be constantly applied, instead of sporadically Because of these factors, it is more quickly and easily learned than any other languages. Contractions, vowel reduction, devoicing, all the linguistic phenomena that were excluded from the constructed language. Why should Esperanto be easier to learn? This is a huge comprehension problem. Want to see my favorite language resources and courses? Networks fascinate economic theorists because they don't fit neatly into the standard model of how markets work. 64.191.211.55 21:04, 15 December 2009 (UTC) It doesn't. Esperanto is a hobby language. In a network the benefit one person gets from using some good--in this case, English--depends on the number of other people using it. There are those who will argue that Esperanto is a living language, but they base that on the fact that new words are added regularly, and that doesn't make it a living language. When it was created, Esperanto was intended to become everyone's second language, to bring equality to international communications. A question is, of course, if it would be actually a bad thing if Esperanto would ever evolve into dialects. The Roman alphabet simply doesn't have enough letters to spell them all, at least not when one tries to avoid absurd letter values. Why isn't it a problem in Spanish? The claim that other keyboard layouts substantially increased typing speeds was based on a study by August Dvorak, the designer of an alternative layout who had a financial stake in that conclusion. Esperanto has a great community around the world in some kind of diaspora, so has its own culture, books, podcasts, music, and a very interesting social group to meet. Kio, Kiel, Kiam, Kiu, Kia, Kiom, Kies, etc. Rursus dixit. In English, those words all sound different. Esperanto has 900 standard roots, which is a step in the right direction, but still about 3 times more than what I'd say is essential. Why does the Criticism of Esperanto article start off with why one should learn Esperanto? But I know that some of you cultured folks prefer the written word, so let me explain it here as well. In the Land of Invented Languages by Akira Okrent. And yet they, too, are all easy to tell apart: кто (kto), что (shto), когда (kogda), кем (kem), как (kak), где (gde), куда (kuda), какой (kakoy), чем (chem), кого (kavo), and so on. (m bork 3!) Why. Why I Chose Esperanto And Why Learning A Constructed Language Isn't Bad - Duration: 9:32. But stupid questions can contain the seeds of great insights. That is, native English speakers will try to form sentences using gerunds and participles, and native speakers of other languages will be completely lost. bad translation in English-Esperanto dictionary. Imagine how much difficulty that adds just to lexical parsing, nevermind the web searches, and other such problems. Or will any attempt to do so be overrun by ignorance, hubris, and politics as usual? As the story goes, this arrangement of letters was originally designed to prevent typists from jamming the keys on early typewriters. Here we examine a few reasons why the more unlikely ConLangs are booming in a sphere when Esperanto could be expected to flourish. And Zamenhoff would have done well to consider that. And in an alphabetical list, in which order do the words ĉiu, chiu, and cxiu fall? Say these words to yourself: Cómo, Qué, Quién, Dónde, Cuando. The initial hope of Zamenhof, and indeed of most people in the auxiliary language movement, was that the global language would be imposed top-down, by a committee of wise people. All I hear is KEE-something. For a while proponents of the new economics of networks pointed to what seemed to be a compelling example of the problem--the QWERTY keyboard. 7. I listed them here. It is easy to imagine that people might get stuck with a bad network that once established is hard to replace. There actually are two known methods for expressing some form of verb aspect, but neither is official nor required by the language, and using and understanding them necessitates familiarity with the Slavic influeces from which they are taken. And on the topic of Russian, there is that whole vowel reduction thing, where а and о sound different depending on where the stress falls in a word. You should never find yourself talking to someone who doesn't anunciate clearly, or who has an accent, wondering if he asked you "when are you going" or "where are you going", right? First, let me be clear about my intent. 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