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Created in Poland in 1887 by Louis-Lazare Zamenhof (also known as Doktoro Esperanto), Esperanto is a constructed language with the aim of facilitating international communication.

It is one of the easiest and quickest languages to learn, taking only 150 hours! This represents ten times less time than learning English, which requires 1500 hours of learning.

Esperanto was created to be used as an international language. Today, more than 2 million people speak it in over 120 countries. It was designed as a means to promote mutual understanding and harmony among people.

A bonus: learning Esperanto could make it easier to learn other languages due to their similar structures!