Want to learn a new language? Want to meet new friends? The Syracuse Esperanto Society is a group for individuals in Syracuse and Central New York who want to study, speak, and promote the use of Esperanto. Newcomers and people who are interested in learning more about the language are welcome.
What is Esperanto? Esperanto is an international language first published in 1887, the aim of which is to improve international communication and understanding. Today, Esperanto a living language used by people as a common second language when communicating with others from different countries. Speakers can be found in over 135 countries!
Why Esperanto? Esperanto is easier to learn than other languages because its grammar is regular and simple. It's estimated that you can learn Esperanto 4 to 10 times faster than another national language. Additionally, Esperanto belongs to everyone, not just to people of a particular nationality. It was made to be everyone's second language so we can communicate while preserving our cultural identities.