L’espéranto, langue universelle, peine à percer en Europe

TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PHILIPPE SCHWAB A girl writes on a blackboard during an Esperanto lesson on August 8, 2013 at the Chateau de Gresillon in Saint-Martin-d'Arce, western France. Esperanto is an artificial international language, created in 1887 by Polish oculist Lazarus Ludwig Zamenhof, and based as far as possible on words common to the chief European languages. AFP PHOTO / FRANK PERRY / AFP PHOTO / FRANK PERRY
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PHILIPPE SCHWAB A girl writes on a blackboard during an Esperanto lesson on August 8, 2013 at the Chateau de Gresillon in Saint-Martin-d'Arce, western France. Esperanto is an artificial international language, created in 1887 by Polish oculist Lazarus Ludwig Zamenhof, and based as far as possible on words common to the chief European languages. AFP PHOTO / FRANK PERRY / AFP PHOTO / FRANK PERRY ©AFP
Retour sur la pratique de la "seule véritable langue universelle". Le Brexit a fait resurgir l’espoir d’un regain d’intérêt dans l’Union. Mais c’est utopique, tant l’anglais est hégémonique.

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