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James Rezende Piton

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Feel free to ask about the grammar and history of the international auxiliary language Esperanto and also about my mother tongue, Portuguese. I can provide some translation from that languages to English or French.

Experience in the area

I speak Esperanto since 1988 and I write and publish articles, I regularly translate into and from that language and I use it also at familiar level, with my bilingual children. My mother tongue I speak since... ever! ;-)

Organizations

World Esperanto Association

Publications

"Esperanto", "Brazila Esperantisto", "La Lampiro", "La Verda Lupeo", "Hirundo Esperantista"

Education/Credentials

Applied and Computing Mathematics (1993), Data Processing (1987).

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Recent Answers from James Rezende Piton

2012-08-25 psika:

Saluton, Joel.    Do you mean "an individual held to be a channel of communication between the earthly world and a world of spirits"? (I am quoting from M-W). We have for that the word "mediumo" (there

2012-07-26 "here" follow-up:

Yes, that "ĉi" is a kind of "approximative". Tie is "there", you know. "Ĉi tie" is a 'there' that is nearby, "here". And word order is almost always free in Esperanto. Maybe one can emphasize

2012-07-26 "here" in Esperanto:

Hi, Joel    Nice to know you are dealing with Esperanto. Today is its 125th anniversary, perhaps you know.    Indeed, the order is freely chosen.  I prefer "tie ĉi" because it is easier for me (pronouncing

2010-06-21 a phrase from english to portuguese:

Hi, Penny    This expression is usual in Portuguese, too - But the  used preposition is "na" (in + fem. article): "Força na adversidade".    Just in case of missing the right character, the first word

2010-03-26 difference:

Hello,    I am not a linguist, but let me just talk some  facts I know about.    Latin was the language of Romans and then it was  kept in use for many centuries, thanks to the  Church, and also as "lingua

 

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