Esperanto is a constructed auxiliary language. A highly regular grammar makes
Esperanto easier to learn than other languages of the world. Native speakers of ...
The Sixteen Rules of Esperanto Grammar ... The main difference between the
use of the definite article in Esperanto and in English is that in Esperanto the ...
Esperanto Grammar commented by Don Harlow ... Bigham, 2005, for LIN. 312.] [
NOTE: The Swadesh vocabulary list (above) contains an Esperanto column.].
Apr 2, 2016 ... Esperanto is spoken around the world and has about 2 million speakers. There
are 16 basic rules of Esperanto grammar, established by its ...
The combination of grammar and reader here offered is therefore unique. It ... this
reason, the grammatical constructions of Esperanto are here explained as.
A guide to the Grammar of the Esperanto language.
Whilst grammar is often the horror of language students around the world, it's
quick and easy to learn in Esperanto. There are only a few rules and no
Tense, Esperanto, English. Pluperfect, mi estis vidinta, I had seen. Imperfect, mi
estis vidanta, I was seeing. Past periphrastic future, mi estis vidonta, I was about ...
Jan 14, 2013 ... I've started taking notes about things that I don't understand in Esperanto. Last
night, I was reading from a book called Fremdvortoj en ...