An Esperanto course developed by William Auld in 1972.
William Auld is famous in the Esperanto world for his poetry, but he was also an excellent translator and teacher. Some of his Esperanto translations include 'The Hobbit', 'Lord of the Rings', 'Don Juan', and 'The Importance of being Earnest'. He taught the advanced course in the early years of NASK (the three-week Nord-Amerika Somera Kursaro) in San Francisco, and also taught many courses in the United Kingdom.
The course is over 40 years old, but the material is as effective as ever for learning Esperanto. The lessons cover all the important concepts, and the motivated student can make tremendous gains in learning Esperanto by using this course.
There are 12 audio lessons, each approximately 1/2 hour long.
There is also an exercise book and a guide for teachers and home students.
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