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I have been learning Esperanto lately (see here). One of the really cool features of the language is affixes. Basically, you can create new words using some simple morphological rules, e.g.:

bona (good) → bonulo (good person)
juna (young) → junulo (young person)

vorto (word) → vortaro (group of words = dictionary/vocabulary ...

esperanto in forty-five seconds

Esperanto is a constructed international auxiliary language designed to be simple and easy to learn. It achieves this by having a small vocabulary and very regular grammar. It's quite influenced by Indo-European (particularly Romance) languages, so knowing some of those helps a lot.

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