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New Esperanto Blogger // Nova Blogisto Posted by on Apr 18, 2017

Learn Esperanto with Tomaso Saluton. Mia nomo estas Tomaso. Hi, I’m Tomaso, and I’m taking over ┬áthe Transparent Language Esperanto blog. I want you to be the best Esperanto speaker you can be, and that’s what this blog is going to be about. Each month, we’re going to have new posts to help you understand…

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Teaching and Research Posted by on Dec 30, 2009

The comprehensive website Edukado provides a huge repository of Esperanto teaching materials. I stress the “teaching” aspect, rather than “learning,” because the site is designed with a practiced Esperanto speaker in mind. If you know the language well enough, and would like to have some documents and lessons to help you teach others, Edukado is…

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Articles on Teaching Posted by on Oct 31, 2009

Do you speak Esperanto, but have some qualms about teaching it in schools? No? Well, I figured. Esperantists recognize the potential benefits of teaching Esperanto, but some people are a bit skeptical about the whole thing. I suppose I can understand the initial reluctance. Language is a deeply personal matter, and closely tied to one’s…

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Motivating My Cousins Posted by on Jun 10, 2009

Bonan tagon! I apologize for the delay in posting. My week has been rather hectic, to say the least. But, now I should remain on schedule, and with luck I’ll have a couple of new posts within the next two days. Thanks for your patience! I recently talked to my younger cousins about Esperanto. They’re…

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Having trouble with correlatives? Posted by on May 26, 2009

In my opinion, the most difficult part about learning Esperanto is tackling all the correlatives. They are quite logical in their construction (as is all of Esperanto!), and you could easily form them if you had a small, pocket-sized table on you. But, there are still a good number of them, and sometimes they can…

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When to start teaching? Posted by on May 12, 2009

Most Esperantists will tell you, if they’ve studied other languages, that Esperanto is one of the easiest lingvoj to learn. Its vocabulary isn’t necessarily easier – there are still a whole lot of words out there! – but its logical verb conjugation and complete lack of irregulars makes remembering the grammar rules clean and simple…

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Where to begin…? Posted by on May 7, 2009

Someone recently posted a comment asking about good ways to begin learning Esperanto. It’s a great question – after all, everyone must start at the beginning when learning a new language! I already posted a brief comment specifically for that person’s benefit, but since there might be more of you out there with the same…

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