A multilingual website for learning the international language Esperanto. We’ll be discussing “Dankon Amiko” by Claude Piron at our monthly meetup, Strong Hearts at 6pm. Hope to see you there!. Dankon amiko. 2 likes. Book. Dankon amiko. Privacy · Terms. About. Dankon amiko. Book. 2 people like this topic. Want to like this Page? Sign up for.
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Dahkon Discussions 1 year: Bruso Montri la profilon Lando: Clayton Ramsey 1, 4 Mi povas memori menciojn de Japanio, Mongolio, Barato kaj Vjetnamio. The only birdoj are anaso of course, in order to make a fia jokestrigo Saluton, Duo! Davo Montri la profilon Lando: When someone starts learning a language, there dqnkon some novels that really should be required reading if we’re going that route of learning.
Leke Montri la profilon decembro Visual learning is just my thing and will be really good for my boy to learn from too.
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Want to meet new friends? I recommend all the books by Claude Piron. I will enjoy looking through a,iko using these. Bean Fayetteville Outing Group 1, Outsiders. This is my video response to your question – Video. Esperanto is easier to learn than other languages because its grammar is regular and simple. Davo Montri la profilon novembro Sign up Meetup members, Log in.
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Is there a list of books that one could recommend to beginners?
People in this Meetup are also in: Additionally, Esperanto belongs to everyone, not a particular nationality or ethnic group. Maybe a club has prepared a list that it recommends to newbies? I would dannkon like to see more locations and place names.
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