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The Esperanto Teacher by Helen Fryer

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The Esperanto Teacher
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Publisher: Project Gutenberg
ISBN/ASIN: 1463744390
Number of pages: 87

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This little book has been prepared in the hope of helping those who, having forgotten the lessons in grammar which they received at school, find some difficulty in learning Esperanto from the existing textbooks. It is hoped it will be found useful not only for solitary students, but also for class work.

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