Written by Miranda González
Many who have learned English as a second language find it daunting (or at least annoying) due to the never-ending list of exceptions to grammar and pronunciation rules. You want to use a verb in the simple past tense? Simply add -ed to the ending of verb: walked, cleaned, played, jumped, etc. But that rule quickly starts looking pretty useless once you consider irregular past tense verbs: sang, brought, read, put, threw, saw — the list goes on and on. But what if there were a language with NO exceptions to language rules? Wouldn’t that language be a lot easier to learn? And does such a thing even exist?
It does, and it’s called Esperanto.
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