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Esperanto After One Week: Am I Now Fluent?
Over the course of one week, I've learned all of the Esperanto grammar, all verb tenses, all of the necessary words, and a lot of vocabulary.
Can You Learn A Language Using Only The Internet?
Today, we're going to talk about two uses which are really not terribly amazing, but which are incredibly useful to the language learner.
Connections, Conjunctions, And Conversational Glue For Esperantists
Sooner or later with Esperanto, you have to cross the bridge from simple subject-verb-object statements and questions to complex descriptions of causes and comparisons.
How To Talk About April Fool's Day In Italian
Today is April first, and in the many parts of the world, that means it's All Fool's Day. Here's how an Italian might talk about it.
How To Ask And Answer Questions In Esperanto
I'm going to need to know how to ask and answer questions in Esperanto if I have any hope of becoming fluent in one week.
How To Use Prepositions, Prefixes And Suffixes In Esperanto
Today I will outline the concepts of prepositions, prefixes, and suffixes — essential concepts in the language of Esperanto.
Can You Become Fluent In Esperanto In One Week?
I expect that I will come out of this being able to read and write and understand Esperanto in just one week.
Esperanto: First Impressions Of The Language
Since choosing to become an active member of the language blogging community, I have started seeing Esperanto mentioned a lot.