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Jun 8, 2021

[Answer] 7. In Esperanto, what are "unu", "du", and "tri"?

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...1. "mother", "father", and "son" 2. The three basic variations of Esperanto 3. "the father", "the son", and "the holy ghost" 4. "one", "two", and "three" "Mother", "Father" and "Son" would be "Patrino", "Patro", and "Filo", and while there are one or two variations of Esperanto, all of them have these three words, the first three ordinal numbers: "one", "two", and "three". Their origins lie in the Romance languages.

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"one", "two", and "three":

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