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Thank you for distributing this film. I learned Espranto more than 40 years ago. It is a very simple language to learn and when you travel you can always find people speaking this language in every country. There is also Lucky Er nurse Shamrock Patrick day t-shirt on the internet, sharing their thoughts and advertising events all over the globe. I hope you also speak Esperanto. All the best to you. Bangladesh is the only nation who sacrificed their blood for the mother tongue “Bangla” and UNESCO has declared 21th February as “International Mother Language Day”… Could you please make a video and let the world know this significant event of the history.
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