Re: Practice speaking Esperanto
- Practice speaking Esperanto
After seeing that my list was well appreciated,
I created a web page with that information.
"How to gain spoken fluency in Esperanto"
Thanks to those that copied or appreciated my list.
D Gary Grady
Please let me know about any mistakes in that page,
and suggest other addresses or comments to add to
This page in a complement to my old page:
"Steps for learning and using Esperanto"
Dankas kaj salutas vin,
Fremont, California, USA
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On March 25 in firstname.lastname@example.org
D Gary Grady said:
A message appeared on the ELNA-membroj list a couple
of months ago that was full of information on how to
practice conversational Esperanto on the Internet in both
spoken and written form. With apologies to Enrique
(who posted the original message), I have rearranged the
contents a little.
>>On March 25 in AktivUsono@yahoogroups.com
Phil Dorcas said:
I have taken the liberty to forward the following message
to this list, which is valuable for those wishing they could
train their ears a little better.
>>Vilcxjo Harmon said:
I'll keep it as a useful reference in counseling my tutees
in the FEC.
>>Penny Vos said:
<< Dankon, Filipo! >>
Dori Wheeler diris:
<< PHIL - Kia bona listo! Dankon ! Dankon! Dankon! >>
On March 27 in email@example.com
Don HARLOW copied D Gary Grady's message.