1. Magazine

    Esperanto: Grandan Dankon.

    <<Grandan Dankon. Mi pagos baldaux, pensas en lundo.<< Can you please help me understand this? I believe it is Esperanto?:confused: I don't know if I am on the right forum. thanks.
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    Esperanto: Tips for Learning

    Has anybody here learned Esperanto, possibly from a native English background? I am native in USA English and I am interested in learning Esperanto. Are there any books on it that I could find in a book store or library? Are there any e-books on it?
  3. Jocaste

    Esperanto: Kiam la popoloj povos libere sin kompreni, tiam ili ĉesos reciproke sin malami.

    Bonjour foreros ! I'd like to know if this sentence in Esperanto is correct : Kiam la popoi oj povos libere sin kompreni, tiam ili ĉesos reciproke sin malami. It's a quote from a historical monument for Zamenhof in Pau, but I have trouble reading the stone. Thanks in advance :)
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    Esperanto: job interview

    How can I say "job interview" in Esperanto? I guess it's different from "interview" by jounalist. Thank you!
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    Esperanto: internet cafe

    How can I say "internet cafe" in Esperanto? Could it be "cafejo de interreto" or "cybercafejo"? Thank you!
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    Esperanto: homosexual and lesbian

    How can I say these 2 words in Esperanto? Could they be "samseksema" and "samseksemina"? The latter one is invented by me but I am not sure it obeys the rule or not. Thank you!
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    Esperanto: "middle finger" and "fingerprint"

    Is "middle finger" "meza fingro" or "longa fingro"? Besides, how can I say "fingerprint"? Thank you!
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    Esperanto: first name

    I know "nomo" is name, and "familia nomo" is family name, so how can I say "first name" in Esperanto?
  9. B

    Esperanto: belt

    What is the equivalent in Esperanto for belt (of trouseres)? Is it ŝerko or zono? What is the difference? Thank you.
  10. B

    Esperanto: cap and hat

    What are the equivalents? I found kasketo and ĉapelo for hat, which is correct? I found ĉapo / kepo / ĉako for cap, which is correct?
  11. B

    Esperanto: écharpe-f & foulard-m

    In French there are 2 word for scarf: écharpe-f foulard-m Are there equivalents for the 2 words in English and Esperanto? In Esperanto is there a word "fulardo"? And I saw "koltulo", what does it mean? écharpe or foulard?
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    Esperanto: cloth

    For cloth have I found 3 words in Esperanto: ŝtofo / tuko / tolo. Is anybody kind enough to tell me the difference?
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    Esperanto: fashion

    How can I say "fashion" "fashionable" and "out of the fashion" in Esperanto?
  14. B

    Esperanto: clothes

    I want to know the Espranto words for many kinds of clothes but I haven't found some of them, for example, how do we say "jeans" "T-shirt" and "cardigan" in Espranto?
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    Esperanto: about age

    1: How can I say "I'm six years old." in Esperanto? like "Mi havas 6 jarojn." or "Mi estas 6."? 2: How can I say "at the age of 6, I went to Japan." in Esperanto? and "a 6-year-old boy" in Esperanto? PS: How can I say "you are so kind" in Esperanto? like "ti estas tiel bona."?
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    Esperanto: du etaj frazoj

    Mi havas du simplajn demandojn: 1. Kiel oni diras "after all" Esperante? Ekzemplo estas: "Mi preferus la lastan ĉar, *after all*, li volis ion similan." 2. Kiel oni diras "in the end"? Ekzemplo estas: "Ne tre gravas. Ĉio finos same, *in the end*" Dankon :)
  17. Chazzwozzer

    Esperanto: by the way

    Saluton, Mi bezonas helpon. Kiel oni diras "by the way" en Esperanto? Mi bedaŭras por mia malriĉa Esperanto, sentu libere korekti mia lingvo. Ekin
  18. Chazzwozzer

    Esperanto: The boys first asked for three cakes. Secondly they asked for lemonade.

    Saluton, I know I'm stuck on a very easy one, but I just didn't want to pass on without making it sure. It's the sentence I should translate into Esperanto: The boys first asked for three cakes. Secondly they asked for lemonade. This is what I've done: La knaboj unue petis tri kukojn. Due ili...