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IAP 2007 Activity

Esperanto for Beginners II
Leonid Chindelevitch, Jacob Schwartz, Eric Eisner
Mon-Fri, Jan 23-26, 29-2, 06-07:30pm, 2-143

No enrollment limit, no advance sign up
Participants requested to attend all sessions (non-series)

This is your second chance to attend the same beginner Esperanto class offered in the first two weeks of IAP. If you attended the first course, then you can also continue where you left off here.

Esperanto is a simple yet expressive language that is spoken by millions of people in over 120 countries who are interested in communicating with others, regardless of their native languages. Esperanto is easy to learn and use, and in this fun introductory course you'll quickly learn sufficient grammar and vocabulary to begin using the language outside of class. We'll also look at contemporary culture of Esperanto, showing how some young people are using it today around the world.
Contact: Leonid Chindelevitch, spe-ak@mit.edu
Sponsor: Societo por Esperanto
Latest update: 09-Dec-2006

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