Local Michigan Clubs are beginning to form some at local Colleges. Stanford has a big one. The problem is almost no one knows about this wonderful easier to learn language.
You can get college credits in this language in much less time.
For Exampla the The excellent North American Esperanto Summer Courses (NASK), will be happening from June 28 to July 7, at William Peace University, in Raleigh, North Carolina. To see more details or sign up, click on NASK and KTF.
College students can learn this in 1/10 the time because there are only 14 rules of grammar with no exceptions. And one can learn the complete present, past and future forms of every verb in the language in 2 minutes, and because 90% understanding can be achieved by learning 850 words 1/2 of which are recognizable by English speakers.
But The Spanish, French and German departments of many colleges are fighting against us because International Vocabulary is useable for use between over 100 languages. You can't do that with any other language.
So as the word gets around we are forming clubs.
Michigan and many other states have had many clubs off and on over time. Michigan has had several sometimes numbering over 100 persons. We have visited conventions in China, Poland, Japan, and several countries in Europe where several hundred people met without the need for even one translator. We easily understood each other. Young members have a travel service where they can stay on other members homes, usually for free around the world. Several learners of this language have actually traveled around the world for low cost in this way.
Visit http://esperanto-usa.org/ for list of local groups.
Our last meeting was Feb 28 in Ferndale Michigan
Our next Michigan meeting is on March 10 2016 in Southfield. Contact email@example.com for details.
The Easiest Language (Based on Scientific Research)
It has the potential of saving lives and saving us a lot of money.
It can be learned at home or school in 10 minutes a day.
You can easily recognize hundreds of words in this language.
Every human needs to be able to understand other humans in emergencies. There are times when your life may depend on it.
Teachers use it to teach global understanding. Classmates can write directly to classmates in 100 other countries. They exchange post cards, fotos and learn about our common human interests, needs, aspirations and make new international friends. It is a safe, fun intellectual activity that turns kids on to languages, geography and social studies.
This allows you to do that and to talk or write to others who speak hundreds of other languages.
Using e-mail you can fully understand friends in over 100 countries.