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The Esperanto Teacher

Helen Fryer

1. 00 – The Esperanto Teacher – Title, Presentation, Preface, Manner of Using the Book, The Origin and Aim of Esperanto
2. 01 – The Esperanto Teacher – The Alphabet. Sounds of the Letters.
3. 02 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 01 – Words
4. 03 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 02 – Words
5. 04 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 03 – Words
6. 05 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 04 – Words
7. 06 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 05 – The use of final n.
8. 07 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 06 – Vocabulary
9. 08 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 07 – Vocabulary
10. 09 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 08 – Vocabulary
11. 10 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 09 – Vocabulary
12. 11 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 10 – Verbs (continued), -i, -u.
13. 12 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 11 – Verbs (continued) –us.
14. 13 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 12 – Vocabulary
15. 14 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 13 – Mal-, -in-.
16. 15 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 14 – Re-, -ad-, ek-.
17. 16 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 15 – Verbs (continued).
18. 17 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 16 – Participles and Vocabulary
19. 18 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 17 – Vocabulary
20. 19 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 18 – Suffix -ist-.
21. 20 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 19 – Suffixes -ig-, -iĝ-.
22. 21 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 20 – Words
23. 22 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 21 – Suffixes –eg-, -et-.
24. 23 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 22 – Suffix –il-.
25. 24 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 23 – Suffixes –an-,-estr-
26. 25 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 24 – Suffixes –ar-, -er-
27. 26 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 25 – Suffix –ul-
28. 27 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 26 – Words
29. 28 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 27 – Al.
30. 29 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 28 – Ĉe. Apud.
31. 30 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 29 – En.
32. 31 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 30 – Inter. Ekster. El.
33. 32 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 31 – Sur. Super. Sub.
34. 33 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 32 – Tra. Trans. Preter.
35. 34 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 33 – Antaŭ. Post.
36. 35 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 34 – Dum. Ĝis. Ĉirkaŭ.
37. 36 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 35 – De. Da.
38. 37 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 36 – Per. Kun. Sen.
39. 38 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 37 – Por. Pro.
40. 39 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 38 – Pri. Laŭ.
41. 40 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 39 – Kontraŭ. Anstataŭ. Krom.
42. 41 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 40 – Malgraŭ. Spite. Po. Je.
43. 42 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 41 – Suffixes -aĵ-, -ec-
44. 43 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 42 – Suffixes -ej-, -uj-, -ing-
45. 44 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 43 – Ge-, bo-, -id-, pra-, -ĉj-, -nj-
46. 45 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 44 – Suffixes -ebl-, -ind-, -em-
47. 46 – The Esperanto Teacher – Lesson 45 – Dis-, -um-
48. 47 – The Esperanto Teacher – Joining Words. Conjunctions
49. 48 – The Esperanto Teacher – Arrangement of Words in the Sentence
50. 49 – The Esperanto Teacher – Words used with Object
51. 50 – The Esperanto Teacher – Complete Grammar of Esperanto (This contains the famous “16 rules”)
52. 51 – The Esperanto Teacher – Common Useful Expressions
53. 52 – The Esperanto Teacher – Translations: Pardonata Foresto-Korekto-Naiveco-Hawke
54. 53 – The Esperanto Teacher – Translations: Efika Ruzo
55. 54 – The Esperanto Teacher – Translations: Jupitero kaj Chevalo
56. 55 – The Esperanto Teacher – Translations: La Homa Korpo kaj la Sentoj
57. 56 – The Esperanto Teacher – Translations: Antaufabelo
58. 57 – The Esperanto Teacher – Translations: Edzinigo de ratino
59. 58 – The Esperanto Teacher – Translations: Infana Versajo.
60. 59 – The Esperanto Teacher – Translations: La Domo de Jak.
61. 60 – The Esperanto Teacher – Translations: Ezopa fabelo
62. 61 – The Esperanto Teacher – Translations: Proverboj
63. 62 – The Esperanto Teacher – Translations: Lizi, Elze, Elizabet.
64. 63 – The Esperanto Teacher – Translations: Ventega Nokto
65. 64 – The Esperanto Teacher – Translations: En Pirin
66. 65 – The Esperanto Teacher – Translations: Somera Pluvado
67. 66 – The Esperanto Teacher – Translations: Kion ne komprenas la Hirundoj kai Papilioj
68. 67 – The Esperanto Teacher – Translations: Printempo venos
69. 68 – The Esperanto Teacher – Translations: La Vojo
70. 69 – The Esperanto Teacher – Translations: El la Parolo de D-ro L. L. Zamenhof en la Guildhall, Urbo Londono

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Summary

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.