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Thank you for your comment. The bulk of these studies certainly point out that Esperanto is relatively easy to learn. Unfortunately, most studies lack empirical rigor. Hence it is difficult to arrive at a reliable conclusion. For instance, if all subjects had taken the same test (such as the OPI), we could then, at least, rank the difficulty level of Esperanto along with German, French, or Italian.