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Esperanto: Learning and Using the International Language

Esperanto Learning and Using the International Language This introductory textbook begins with an extensive English language introduction covering the need for an international language an overview of Esperanto s history and the international Esperanto

  • Title: Esperanto: Learning and Using the International Language
  • Author: David Richardson
  • ISBN: 9780939785063
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This introductory textbook begins with an extensive English language introduction, covering the need for an international language, an overview of Esperanto s history, and the international Esperanto community A series of brief lessons with exercises follows, concentrating on practical communication and vocabulary The highlight of the book is a graded reader, which incluThis introductory textbook begins with an extensive English language introduction, covering the need for an international language, an overview of Esperanto s history, and the international Esperanto community A series of brief lessons with exercises follows, concentrating on practical communication and vocabulary The highlight of the book is a graded reader, which includes history, letters, stories, and poetry both translated from English and drawn from original Esperanto literature that gradually introduce advanced usage and additional vocabulary The book concludes with an abridged Esperanto to English dictionary.

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    1. I didn't realize it fully at the time, but the reader in the second half of this book is top-notch. Of course, Zamenhof's few original poems are there, but you also get readings from his letters about creating the language, and a short biographical piece. There are running serials of correspondence and travel logs which is decent reading. Among the last of the selections are William Auld's poem Ebrio and excerpts from Baghy's Sur Sanga Tero and Tibor Sekelj's book about his travels in the --all [...]

    2. This is probably one of the best resources for learning Esperanto. I can not express how helpful and easy to read and comprehend it is. The history/culture/current events section is terribly outdated in older versions but the lessons and reading sections are amazing. I found the reading sections in the back not only interesting but informative about Esperanto culture and full of even more tidbits and info on the use of the language itself.A new edition has just (within the last week or so) been [...]

    3. As someone more than a little bit fond of foreign languages [1], it should come as little surprise that my attention should eventually be turned to Esperanto. Honestly, I'm not sure why this didn't happen a long time ago. Esperanto is, after all, a quirky international language that does not have any sort of nationalistic baggage and that has the impossibly ambitious goal of reversing the curse of Babel on humanity through the use of a "neutral" language that ran afoul of both Communists and ant [...]

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