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The Esperanto Teacher

A Simple Course for Non-Grammarians

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Author: Helen Fryer
Published: 1907
Language: Esperanto
Wordcount: 45,078 / 153 pg
LoC Category: PM
Audiobook: www.archive.org
Downloads: 4,479
mnybks.net#: 2717
Origin: gutenberg.org
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Ne, rozo ne estas birdo, rozo estas floro.

LESSON 2.

Every "describing" word, that is, every word which tells the kind or quality of a person or thing, ends in "a," as "granda", large; "rugxa", red.

(A describing word is called an ADJECTIVE).

VOCABULARY.

bEla : beautiful. jUna : young. blAnka : white. matUra : mature, ripe. blUa : blue. nOva : new. bOna : good. nUtra : nutritious. fidEla : faithful. pUra : pure, clean. fOrta : strong. rIcxa : rich. frEsxa : fresh. sAna : well (healthy).

cxiElo : sky, heaven. nEgxo : snow. fEsto : holiday. pAno : bread. frauxlIno : maiden lady, Miss papEro : paper. hOmo : man (human being). tAblo : table. hUndo : dog. vIno : wine. infAno : child.

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