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  • Esperanto's system is most similar to the latin script of Serbo-croat.

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  • They do include contact on a linguistically equal footing with Esperantists around the world, original literature and literature in translation, the pleasure of Esperanto's very free structure, and the training benefit for learning other languages which has been demonstrated in various studies.

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  • MCWHORTER: Esperanto's an artificial language that was created by a peaceful-minded gentleman in the late 1800s.

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  • It means malicious and it's the best way of describing many of the search results Google visitors got Tuesday when the clicked on Google's front-page Doodle sketch, dedicated to Esperanto's creator.

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  • On Tuesday, users who clicked on the picture of LL Zamenhof, Esperanto's creator got a nasty shock.

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  • On Tuesday, clicking on the illustration on Google's front page commemorating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Esperanto's creator L.L. Zamenhof, generated an awful lot of malicious search results - taking visitors to dodgy advertisements or pages that tried to trick visitors into thinking their computers were infected and paying for fake antivirus software.

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  • On Tuesday, clicking on the illustration on Google's front page commemorating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Esperanto's creator L.L. Zamenhof, generated an awful lot of malicious search results -- taking visitors to dodgy advertisements or pages that tried to trick visitors into thinking their computers were infected and paying for fake antivirus software.

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  • Google visitors got Tuesday when the clicked on Google's front-page Doodle sketch, dedicated to Esperanto's creator.

    Infoworld News

  • Clicking on the illustration on Google's front page commemorating the birth of Esperanto's creator generated an awful lot of malicious search results

    Infoworld News

  • It means malicious and it's the best way of describing many of the search results Google visitors got Tuesday when the clicked on Google's front-page Doodle sketch, dedicated to Esperanto's creator. add a comment

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