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The Esperanto Teacher

The Esperanto Teacher by Helen Fryer
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The international language Esperanto was first released to the world in 1887, when L. L. Zamenhof published his first book, “Dr. Esperanto’s International Language”. Since that time, many learning books have been developed to help the beginner attain a proficiency in the language. Helen Fryer’s “Esperanto Teacher” is one of the earliest of these attempts in English. Divided into 45 short and easy lessons and supplemented with sections on joining words, exclamations, compound words, arrangement of words in a sentence, words used with the object, the 16 rules of grammar and list of common useful expressions, as well as a number of translated texts for the new Esperantist to practice his/her skills, this book contains everything one needs to gain a proficiency in the language.

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THE ESPERANTO TEACHER,

A SIMPLE COURSE FOR NON GRAMMARIANS.

BY HELEN FRYER.

TENTH EDITION. (B.E.A. PUBLICATIONS FUND No. 3).

All profits from the sale of this book are devoted to the propaganda of Esperanto.

LONDON: BRITISH ESPERANTO ASSOCIATION (Incorporated), 17, Hart Street, W.C.I.

PRESENTATION.

Perhaps to no one is Esperanto of more service than to the non grammarian. It gives him for a minimum expenditure of time and money a valuable insight into the principles of grammar and the meaning of words, while enabling him, after only a few months of study, to get into communication with his fellow men in all parts of the world... Continue reading book >>


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