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The Esperanto Teacher

Helen Fryer

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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.

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. . .LESSON 12.

When we tell of someone doing a certain action we often want to allude to some circumstance concerning that action, such as the time, or place, or manner in which it was done, that is, when, or where, or how it was done.

In the sentences—Yesterday I met your son, Hieraŭ mi renkontis vian filon; He will go in the evening, Li iros vespere; They sat there, Ili sidis tie; She will remain at home, Ŝi restos hejme; Good children learn diligently, Bonaj infanoj lernas diligente; I will do it with pleasure, Mi faros ĝin plezure, the words hieraŭ, vespere, show the time, tie, hejme, show the place, and diligente, plezure, show the manner of the action.

(Because these words relate to the verb they are called Adverbs).

Adverbs may be formed from any word whose sense admits of it, and especially from adjectives, by means of the termination e, as bona, good, bone, well; antaŭ before, antaŭe, previou. . . Read More