It’s Sunday, day of relaxation, and almost on cue it’s rained today after so many sweltering days of heat, and the smell is so refreshing! It was the kind of rain you can only enhoy from the window though – torrential. Still, the weather is pleasant and cloudy, and the smell of the rain is … [Read more…]
Esperanto was supposed to be a universal second language, uniting people all over the world with it’s simple structure and constant grammar rules. You see, unlike English with its higgledy-piggledy of exceptions-to-the-rule or Spanish where adjectives change form according to the gender of the noun, Esperanto is a constant language. There is only one way to write nouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, tenses, what-have-you.