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searching for a word expressing a specific meaning.
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Use it when a more complicated translation is asked for; otherwise, use single-word-requests.
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Use it for questions which a dictionary cannot answer about the meaning or correctness of a word in a sentence. Give as much context as possible.
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Use it for questions about which word, in a list of few words, you should use in a sentence.
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Questions about Esperanto culture, be it congresses, music, books and poetry, as well as those intangible parts of human interaction.
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verboj: Vortoj kun finaĵoj -i, -is, -as, -os, -us aŭ -u.
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For questions concerning the usage of prepositions in Esperanto.
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Questions about the difference in meaning or usage between two or more words.
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for question about learning Esperanto or specific aspects of Esperanto.
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Use it for grammar questions, or questions about the grammaticality of a phrase. Don't use it if there are more specific tags that apply to the question.
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Questions related to pronunciation or Esperanto phonology.
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Questions about the history of Esperanto
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For questions about the origin of words.
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For all types of Esperanto literature
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For all questions about the use and meaning of affixes, i.e. prefixes and suffixes.
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For questions about the accusative case (used for direct objects, indicated by the suffix -n)
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asking for the meaning of the word or expression of your question.
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for questions about how the language evolved.
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specifically for Esperanto, such as typing systems that allow accented characters or other apps that are especially useful to Esperanto speakers.
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Questions related to printed or digital books.
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those glyphs added to the Esperanto letters ĉ, ĝ, ĥ, ĵ, ŝ, ŭ, and their uppercase variant.