Internationalism (linguistics) Essay | Linguistic Internationalization

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Linguistic Internationalization

Summary: Essay looks at Esperanto as a world wide language.
Capitalism has been around for some time, and globalization is becoming part of the world. People need to learn different languages to communicate with business from other nations. Esperanto is an easy-to-learn language than can be used to make business with international organizations, and solve the linguistic Issue of learning different languages.

Our world is crowded by different languages, some of which have a minimum difference between them and others which are extremely different. Some languages are based on Latin and Greek Words. Spanish and Portuguese differ in the pronunciation and some words that are changed but still mean the same thing both Spanish and Portuguese. A Spanish speaker can learn Portuguese in less than two months. Spanish and Japanese are extremely different, and Japanese is hard to learn. But why bother learning different languages just to express yourself with other people? The world would be different if...

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