Esperanto Language Classes at University of Mazandaran
According to the resolutions of UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) to introduce and teach the international Esperanto language in schools and universities around the world, University of Mazandaran is holding international Esperanto classes.
Saturday 13 February 2021
Classes Begin at:
Saturday 20 February 2021
Schedule of the Class:
Saturdays and Tuesdays
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Learn a new, international, and easy language!
For the first time in Iran, University of Mazandaran is implementing an effective method for teaching foreign languages, which has already been tried-and-tested in countries such as England, New Zealand, Australia, Germany, etc.
Using Esperanto as a bridge language or intermediary in deeper and faster language learning
In this way, in just a few months, the language learners learn the very logical and easy language of Esperanto completely, and besides enjoying the practical benefits of knowing this international language (better and cheaper tourism, participation in international Esperanto conferences, etc.) they can learn other languages deeper and faster than ever.
Why should we learn Esperanto?
The language of Esperanto, recommended by hundreds of great celebrities and scientists around the world, such as Albert Einstein, Roman Roland, Leo Tolstoy, Umberto Eco, Paolo Coelho, JRR. Tolkien, etc., has been called "the easiest language in the world" because of its ease of learning for different ages.
The sources and uses of the international Esperanto language are impressive.
Upon learning Esperanto, our proficiency in our mother tongue increases and we cal also learn other languages faster and in a more effective way.
Benefits of learning Esperanto:
- Cheaper and more productive tourism, except for paying for hotel accommodation when traveling internationally using the Passport Service (Pasporta Servo)
- Receive invitations from different countries of the world to participate in scientific, literary, and artistic conferences in Esperanto
- Academic connections at the international level and academic and research opportunities
- Meet and make friends with citizens of other countries of the world by learning Esperanto
- Study of scientific and literary works of different countries of the world with excellent translation
- Introducing our scientific, literary, artistic works, civilization, and culture to other countries of the world
Learning Esperanto is super easy, because:
- By learning the 100% phonetic or phonetic alphabet within a few hours, the problem of dictation and pronunciation in this language disappears forever.
- There are only 16 grammar rules in Esperanto (other languages have about 1,500 rules and countless exceptions).
- Very few words in Esperanto should be memorized because the vast majority of Esperanto words are easily formed by simply combining these words and/or with the vowels and endings of Esperanto, and there is no need to preserve them and their meaning at all.
- There are no irregular verbs in Esperanto.
Free websites and applications available to get acquainted and fully learn Esperanto:
* These two resources, in addition to the educational site, also have educational applications for mobile phones, which teach Esperanto for free and to a master level.
Free books available to learn and fully learn Esperanto:
The book "The phenomenon of Esperanto, the solution to the problem of international language"
(Introduction to Esperanto language and literature and its applications), downloadable for free from Internet:
The book "The easiest language in the world"
(Esperanto language tutorial with Esperanto-Persian and Persian-Esperanto dictionaries), downloadable for free from Internet:
Features, achievements, and resources of Esperanto:
- This new language is very easy and at the same time very strong and rich!
- Esperanto has the support of the largest international and impartial organizations, such as the United Nations and UNESCO.
- UNESCO has adopted two important resolutions recommending the introduction and teaching of Esperanto in schools and universities around the world.
- So far, several Esperanto writers have been nominated for the Nobel Prize for Literature.
The World Esperanto Organization, headquartered in Rotterdam, the
Netherlands, has been repeatedly nominated for the Nobel Peace
Represented in 120 countries - including Iran - it has official relations with the United Nations and UNESCO.
Representative of Iran:
Mr. Ahmad Reza Mamdouhi
- Google Search Engine is also designed to use Esperanto.
- There are more than 130 million pages on the Internet about Esperanto, which includes magazines, books, scientific, educational, literary, and artistic websites, Esperanto-language radio and television, and more.