Esperanto Workshops for beginners and intermediates

Wednesdays 11 and 25 January, 8 and 15 February, Doors open at 18:00, beginner’s course starts at 19:00, intermediate’s starts at 20:00

The Esperanto Workshops start again at Joe’s! We have courses at two levels: absolute beginners (A0) and intermediate (B1-B2). We learn the Esperanto language along with its culture. Sometimes fluent speakers join in, do not miss the occasion; you will listen to advanced speakers with their wonderful Esperanto life stories.
We start the course again for absolute beginners this evening. Curious persons are always welcome!

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Esperanto Workshops for beginners and intermediates

Wednesdays 2nd, 16 and 30 November, Wednesday 14 December, Doors open at 18:00, beginner’s course starts at 19:00, intermediate’s starts at 20:00

Esperanto Workshops for beginners and intermediates. We have courses at two levels: absolute beginners and intermediate. We learn the Esperanto language along with its culture. Sometimes fluent speakers join in, do not miss the occasion; you will listen to advanced speakers with their wonderful Esperanto life stories. Absolute beginners and curious persons are always welcome!

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Esperanto: Cinema and Esperanto video

Wednesday 28 September 2022, Esperanto: Cinema and Esperanto video * Starts at 19:00 * Doors open at 18:00


The evening will screen a 30 min video called “Cinema and Esperanto” where approximately 20 feature films using somehow Esperanto are illustrated. The video is in English with English subtitles. Q&A on the topic will follow.

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Esperanto: Docufilm Window to the world: an Esperanto journey

Wednesday 14 September 2022, Esperanto: Docufilm Window to the world: an Esperanto journey. Directed by Ida van Koolwijk * 28 minutes * In Esperanto with English subtitles * doors open at 18:00, film starts at 19:00.

The Esperanto Workshops start again at Joe’s! As this for this evening, there will be events open to everybody, regardless if they want the learn the language, and a course at two levels: absolute beginners and intermediate. We present the Esperanto phenomenon — language and culture — after watching together the Esperanto docufilm directed by Ida van Koolwijk as her final thesis in Visual Anthropology at the University of Amsterdam. What will follow is a presentation of the course.

Esperanto course #11

Thursday 28th April 2022, Esperanto course #11.

Esperanto was invented in 1887 by a Polish ophthalmologist named L.L. Zamenhof, who hoped his creation would help to bridge differences which stem from language barriers. Zamenhof saw a turbulent world divided by language, and he believed that the languages people already spoke were over saturated with history, politics, and power, making it impossible to communicate clearly. Esperanto was a fresh start, a technology that would allow its speakers to sidestep the difficulties of natural languages altogether.
He made it as easy to learn as possible, with no irregular verbs, a vocabulary adapted from Romance language roots, and a simple, genderless, almost caseless grammar.

As an exceptional case, we will watch together a documentary by Sam Green about the history of Esperanto, titled “The Universal Language”, i.e. the universal language.

More information in English: https://samgreen.to/the-universal-language-2/
Skilled Esperantists, newcomers and those interested are welcome!
The doors open at 6pm, but the lesson will start at 7pm.

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Esperanto course #7, #8, #9

Wednesday 2nd, 16th and 30th March 2022, Esperanto course. Three times this March. Door opens at 6pm, lesson starts at 7pm, until 9pm.

Esperanto was invented in 1887 by a Polish ophthalmologist named L.L. Zamenhof, who hoped his creation would help to bridge differences which stem from language barriers. Zamenhof saw a turbulent world divided by language, and he believed that the languages people already spoke were over saturated with history, politics, and power, making it impossible to communicate clearly. Esperanto was a fresh start, a technology that would allow its speakers to sidestep the difficulties of natural languages altogether.
He made it as easy to learn as possible, with no irregular verbs, a vocabulary adapted from Romance language roots, and a simple, genderless, almost caseless grammar.
Come and learn the basics of Esperanto and experience for yourself how easy it is to learn!
There´ll also be some proficient Esperanto speakers (esperantistoj) present at the event so you´ll have a chance to hear what a conversation in Esperanto actually sounds like!
Join to the free Esperanto course.

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Esperanto course #6

Wednesday 16 February 2022, Esperanto course #6, door opens at 6pm, lesson starts at 7pm, until 9pm.

Esperanto was invented in 1887 by a Polish ophthalmologist named L.L. Zamenhof, who hoped his creation would help to bridge differences which stem from language barriers. Zamenhof saw a turbulent world divided by language, and he believed that the languages people already spoke were over saturated with history, politics, and power, making it impossible to communicate clearly. Esperanto was a fresh start, a technology that would allow its speakers to sidestep the difficulties of natural languages altogether.
He made it as easy to learn as possible, with no irregular verbs, a vocabulary adapted from Romance language roots, and a simple, genderless, almost caseless grammar.
Come and learn the basics of Esperanto and experience for yourself how easy it is to learn!
There´ll also be some proficient Esperanto speakers (esperantistoj) present at the event so you´ll have a chance to hear what a conversation in Esperanto actually sounds like!
Join to the free Esperanto course.

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Esperanto course #2 – Zamenhof Day

Esperanto course #2 – Zamenhof Day, 15 December 2021, from 18:00 to 21:30

Esperanto was invented in 1887 by a Polish ophthalmologist named L.L. Zamenhof, who hoped his creation would help to bridge differences which stem from language barriers. Zamenhof saw a turbulent world divided by language, and he believed that the languages people already spoke were over saturated with history, politics, and power, making it impossible to communicate clearly. Esperanto was a fresh start, a technology that would allow its speakers to sidestep the difficulties of natural languages altogether.

He made it as easy to learn as possible, with no irregular verbs, a vocabulary adapted from Romance language roots, and a simple, genderless, almost caseless grammar.

Come and learn the basics of Esperanto and experience for yourself how easy it is to learn!

There´ll also be some proficient Esperanto speakers (esperantistoj) present at the event so you´ll have a chance to hear what a conversation in Esperanto actually sounds like!

Zamenhof Day

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