Today we talked a little bit about what Esperanto is, and then we jumped straight into the alphabet and pronunciation.
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Have a look at the handouts (below) about Esperanto and its history.
Read chapter 1 and chapter 2 in the textbook and solve the exercises (Ekzerco 2.1 through Ekzerco 2.4 and the Demandoj). I’ll have answers for you in next week’s class, or you can send your solutions and/or questions via email if you’d like faster feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The course syllabus.
- A Language for Idealists
- An English-language article from Esther Schor of Princeton University.
- A quick introduction to Esperanto
- Excerpts from the introduction to Esperanto: Learning and Using the International Language, a popular textbook by David Richardson.
- Discover Esperanto
- An English-language introduction to Esperanto, its history, culture, and community. Compiled by E@I, an international team of volunteers using Esperanto as their working language.