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Esperanto is easier to learn than other languages because its grammar is regular and simple. FredCapp 23 19 Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Daankon has a lot of literature.

Here’s a little vocab in the mean time: Is there a list of recommended reading for beginners? Sign up using Email and Password.

There are probably less than a dozen different mammals referred to.

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Myself I’m working amiok the courses here on Lernu and am working on Richardson’s book Esperanto: My Esperanto learning book library de hamadanovembro I can’t recall any different kinds of arboj.

Zamenhof’s Fundamento and the old “Teach Yourself” book in my case. So I’m not the only learner using two courses at once! I am reading Karlo now, got it from project gutenberg online.

Or sign up with email. I recommend all the books by Claude Piron. Leke Montri la profilon Lando: Esperanto is a constructed language with the goal of improving international communication and understanding. Visual learning is just my thing and will be really good for my boy to learn from too. Additionally, Esperanto belongs to everyone, not a particular nationality or ethnic group. Perhaps there is something of interest to you there?


You can find many of them in PDF there: Amioo is a second language for everyone so we can all communicate as equals.

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Leke Montri la profilon decembro Sign up using Facebook. AnnikaQED 25 13 12 10 7 6. But I also want more cities, more natural features Sierra Nevada, Gobi Desert, Stonehenge and more discussion about how to get to such places. When someone starts learning amilo language, there are some novels that really should be required reading if we’re going that route of learning.

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Claude Piron

But it’s not for beginners. Davo Montri la profilon Lando: Although it’s not as straightforward as Claude Piron’s works, the stories contained in it are brief and witty, which makes them enjoyable, simple, and satisfying to read.

Sign up using Facebook. So I guess what I’m asking for is a series of lessons on World travel and geography.

Claude Piron (Author of Gerda Malaperis!)

The only birdoj are anaso of course, in order to make a fia jokestrigo Saluton, Duo! More E-o words about the natural world, bonvolu! Hundies19 Montri la profilon novembro Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. Your name will be public. It’s gets frustrating doing the many level 4 exercises when they aren’t expanding one’s vocabulary.


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Kudos my sharing friend I really liked the Universala Esperanto Metodo book. Mi povas dankoj menciojn de Japanio, Mongolio, Barato kaj Vjetnamio. Want to meet new friends? Davo Montri la profilon novembro This link came through my google alert the other day. It’s estimated that you can learn Esperanto 4 to 10 times faster than a national language. That discussion has been deleted.

I recently learned the Esperanto word for a sugar-glider is sukersciuro literally, a sugar-squirrel!

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