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What is "OK" in Esperanto?

I say "okay" quite often, both when speaking English and my native language, which is Swedish. Here are some examples of how I use it: To describe something, replacing words like fine, good enough, ...

asked by Antonia Montaro 26 votes
answered by Clayton Ramsey 30 votes

How good is Google Translate for Esperanto?

Sometimes I use Google Translate to translate text from/to English/French to/from Esperanto. Is Google Translate good enough, or should I avoid it?

asked by benahm 13 votes
answered by Johannes Mueller 23 votes

What is the difference between "al la domo" and "en la domon"?

Both express an idea of movement (the first one with the preposition al, and the second with the -n for direction.) Do they mean the same thing, and is it always the case?

prepositions accusative  
asked by Vanege 14 votes
answered by Raizin 24 votes

What percentage of Esperanto words come from each major language family?

My understanding is that Esperanto's vocabulary relies primarily on Indo-European languages. Here are a few of the major families within that group: Italic (including Latin, Romance) Germanic (...

asked by Nathaniel is protesting 13 votes
answered by Neil Roberts 11 votes

Are “la malplej juna” and “la plej maljuna” entirely interchangeable?

Are la malplej juna and la plej maljuna entirely interchangeable? If so, which one is the most common?

asked by A. Silén 18 votes
answered by Lumo5 8 votes

Are there plans to release Esperanto courses for other languages on Duolingo?

I know that the Spanish language course is/will be available, but what about the other major languages?

asked by Kyle Bailey 9 votes

Difference between ĉar and pro

It seems as though there is a lot of confusion over this topic. What is the difference between ĉar and pro? In what case would I use each word?

asked by Lumo5 13 votes
answered by Neil Roberts 19 votes

Can you answer this question?

How would you say "cleavage"?

I won't post a picture of cleavage here. For pictures see 胸の谷間 - Wikipedia.

asked by Japaneseguy 1 vote
answered by Juha Metsäkallas 0 votes
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