Esperanto, also known as the International Language of Hope, is the most widely used auxiliary language in the world. This infographic explains how Esperanto came to be, how it is used, and why it is a useful language to learn. As explained in the infographic, Esperanto was invented by Dutch linguist Dr. Ludwig Zamenhoff in 1887. Worldwide, there are about 1,000 native speakers, 2,000,000 proficient speakers, and 10,000,000 people who have studied the language. The infographic also explains how Esperanto differs from other languages in that it is easy to learn and speak for anyone, regardless of their native tongue. Finally, the infographic outlines the numerous benefits of learning the language.