Esperanto is Exceptional

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Studying the rules vs. studying the exceptions

Esperanto is exceptional, in that its grammar does not have any exceptions! Just think of the long litany of English verbs that are conjugated every-which-way-but-loose. Think of learning Spanish verb conjugation, which is comparably regular, but still there are a large number of verb conjugations that are irregular and must be memorized.

Esperanto is considered among the easiest languages to learn, taking an estimated 150 hours of study to reach proficiency. (Compare that to English, which requires around 1,500 hours.) It is because of Esperanto’s simple grammar, straightforward phonetics and familiarity of vocabulary (for speakers of European languages, anyway) that such a claim can be made.

This is why it is such a great idea to study Esperanto before learning another language. Cut your teeth with something easy to chew, then move on to tougher and more complicated prey. It is fun and easy to learn Esperanto. Do it today!

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