Esperanto Self-Taught with Phonetic Pronunciation

Esperanto Self-Taught with Phonetic Pronunciation

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Esperanto Self-Taught with Phonetic Pronunciation by William W. Mann

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The object of this volume is two-fold. It supplies very full and comprehensive vocabularies of the words required by the tourist or traveller, visitor or resident abroad, health or pleasure seeker, and professional or business man, together with a large number of conversational sentences of a typical and practical character. The words and phrases are classified according to subject, and the phonetic pronunciation of every word is added in accordance with Marlborough's simple and popular system of phonetics.

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lo sun | suno | soo'no thaw | degelo | deh-geh'lo thunder | tondro | tohn'dro weather | vetero | veteh'ro west | okcidento | ohk-tsee-dehn'toh wind | vento | vehn'toh

2. Land and Water. (La Tero kaj la Akvo.)

English. | Esperanto. | Pronunciation. -------------------+-------------------------+------------------------ Bay | golfeto | golf-eh'toh beach | marbordo | mahrbohr'doh canal | kanalo | kanah'lo cape | terkapo | tehr-kah'po cliff | krutegajxo | kroo-teh-gah'zho coast | marbordo | mahr-bohr'doh creek | kriko | kree'ko current | akvofluo | ahk'vo-floo'oh ebb | malfluso | mahl-floo'so flood (deluge) | inundo | in-oon'doh -- (of the tide) | fluso | floo'so flow | fluo | floo'oh foam | sxauxmo | shahw'mo hill | monteto | mohn-teh'toh ice | glacio | glaht-see'oh island | insulo | in-soo'lo la

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