Esperanto Alphabets / Esperanto Letters
To learn Esperanto language, Alphabets are the main part of language learning. Here you learn Esperanto alphabet/Esperanto letter. If you are interested to learn Esperanto language, this place will help you to learn Esperanto alphabet/character in Esperanto and their pronunciation in English. Language is a communication tool in which knowledge, emotions and feeling convey to others.
To learn Esperanto language, first we learn Esperanto alphabets and then learn Esperanto alphabets with words and images and their pronunciation in English. Common vocabulary is one of the important sections. Common Vocabulary contains common words that we can used in daily life conversations.
Esperanto language speaks 2 million speakers to communicates their language around the world. Esperanto language was introduced by Polish Medical Doctor L.L. Zamenhof in 1800. The word esperanto means ‘one who hopes’. Esperanto alphabet is a Latin script / Roman alphabet / English letter.
Esperanto language is a constructed language / artificial language, which is not an official language in any country. All Latin alphabets except four letters (Q, W, X, and Y) are used in Esperanto Alphabets and new six letters were added in Esperanto Alphabets are Ĉ, Ĝ, Ĥ, Ĵ, Ŝ, and Ŭ.
Esperanto alphabet are called Esperanta alfabeto. Esperanto vowels are known as vokaloj and Esperanto consonants are known as konsonantoj.
Esperanto Alphabets has 28 letters contains 5 vowels and 23 consonants as shown in the below table and their pronunciation in English.
Esperanto vowels are known as vokaloj. Esperanto letters have 5 vowels. Here we learn Esperanto vowels and their pronunciation in English.
VOWELS – vokaloj
Esperanto consonants are known as konsonantoj. Esperanto letters have 23 consonants. Here we learn Esperanto consonants and their pronunciation in English.
CONSONANTS – konsonantoj
All Esperanto Alphabets
Learn Esperanto language, you must learn Esperanto Sentences and Phrases as below, it helps more strength to convey your Esperanto conversations.