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Pasporto al la Tuta Mondo: A Fun and Easy Way to Learn Esperanto



Pasporto al la Tuta Mondo: A Fun and Easy Way to Learn Esperanto




Esperanto is a planned international language that was created in the late 19th century by L. L. Zamenhof, a Polish ophthalmologist. He hoped that Esperanto would foster peace and understanding among people of different cultures and backgrounds. Today, Esperanto is spoken by millions of people around the world, who use it for travel, education, literature, music, and friendship.


If you are interested in learning Esperanto, one of the best resources available is Pasporto al la Tuta Mondo (Passport to the Whole World), a video course that consists of 15 lessons of 30 minutes each, plus a 16th lesson with a summary, history and original music. The course was produced by the Esperantic Studies Foundation (ESF), a non-profit organization that promotes research and education in Esperanto and related fields.


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Pasporto al la Tuta Mondo is designed to be fun and engaging, with an entertaining story line that follows the adventures of the Bonvolo family and their friends. The Bonvolo family is no ordinary family: the father, Georgo, is a Greek philosopher and the mother, Filisa, is a dancer. The harmony of this somewhat extraordinary family is upset when a young shepherd, complete with sheep, decides to take advantage of the Pasporta Servo (Passport Service), a network of Esperanto speakers who offer free accommodation to travelers. The resulting complications and misunderstandings provide the basis for a fast-moving and lively story that will hold your attention until the end.


The course is entirely in Esperanto, but you don't need to worry if you are a beginner. Each lesson starts and ends with an introduction by a teacher who reviews the previous lesson and explains the main grammatical points of the current lesson. On the DVD version of the course, subtitles for the words of the teacher are available in several languages: Esperanto, English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, German, and Japanese. Subtitles in other languages are in process of being added for other regions of the world.


To reinforce and practice what you learn from the video lessons, you can also use the accompanying text and exercises that are provided on two CDs in PDF format. The text contains the transcript of each lesson, as well as additional vocabulary and cultural notes. The exercises include reading comprehension, grammar drills, writing tasks, and puzzles. The answers to the exercises are also provided on a separate PDF file.


Pasporto al la Tuta Mondo is more than just a language course: it is also a window into the rich and diverse world of Esperanto culture and community. You will learn about the history and philosophy of Esperanto, its literature and music, its international events and organizations, and its role in promoting global understanding and cooperation. You will also meet some of the most famous and influential Esperanto speakers from different countries and backgrounds.


If you want to learn Esperanto in a fun and easy way, Pasporto al la Tuta Mondo is your passport to the whole world. You can order the DVD version of the course from Esperanto-USA, or watch it online on YouTube. Bonan vojaÄon! 29c81ba772


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