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The International Auxiliary Language Esperanto: Grammar and Commentary

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The International Auxiliary Language Esperanto: Grammar and Commentary
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Publisher: ManyBooks
ISBN/ASIN: B004WPOSY8
Number of pages: 399

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This textbook is an early compilation of the works so far on Esperanto, with a look at and commentaries to the alphabet and grammar of the language. The International Auxiliary Language Esperanto: Grammar and Commentary was first publishrd in 1939.

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