Saluton from Radaro!
A warm welcome to newcomers and regulars alike to another week of excellent material gathered from all corners of the land of Esperantujo! Don’t be nervous like Peele in the meme below, for you have new videos, a pronunciation guide, redone Amikumu, and NASK classes waiting for you. Before you know it, Esperanto will be a total breeze!
Website of the Week
One of the most attractive features of Esperanto is its straightforward pronunciation but if you’re just getting started there’s a good chance you’re still getting accustomed to it. To help you along, here’s a website called Forvo. You can search thousands of words in Esperanto (and other languages) and it will give you a recorded sample of someone pronouncing it so you can develop your own charming Esperanto accent!
Dankon al Vulpine Leather, Brazilaj Memeoj, kaj Tuviah Rosenburg pro la memeoj. / Thanks to Vulpine Leather, Brazilaj Memeoj, and Tuviah Rosenburg for the memes.
A new Esperanto Sumoo starts soon! https://uea.facila.org/artikoloj/movado/nova-sumoo-1/
NASK Online – More Classes Are Available
B2 Level Conversation Course taugth by Tim Morley, from the UK
C1 Level Course entitled “The Phenomenon of Esperanto: What kind of world did we enter?” taught by José Antonio Vergara, from Chile
Dates/Times: 28 Sep – 2 Oct 2 and 5-9 Oct at UTC 23:30 to 01:00 (7:30 – 9:00 pm Eastern Time). Ten 1.5 hours sessions. USD 75.00. Finanical help is available
Visit https://www.esperantic.org/en/nask-2020-1/ for more information and to sign up.
Creations of Esperantujo
Fundamenta Vorto de la Semajno
This week’s Fundamento is: kun
In the PIV: https://vortaro.net/#kun_kd
Image below from Konciza Etimologia Vortaro, available from ELNA at https://retbutiko.esperanto-usa.org/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=9080