Translation to English


Imagine that you live in a small-town in a European land. (In-fact, possibly you live there.) You read about an interesting boy in an Asian land. You think, "Oh, I want to be his friend. I will-send to him a letter." So you write (in your national language),

"I want to-know you and learn about you, your hobbies, your hopes and dreams -- and about your customs and country."

But "Oh ("ve" indicates distress)," you think. "He not will-understand the letter. He not knows my language. How I will-send to him a message?

"Do that by-means-of Esperanto," suggests a friend.

Yes. Do that by-means-of Esperanto," suggest the children who compose questions and answers in this booklet. "By-means-of the booklet, we will-help you to-speak the beautiful language. At-the-same-time you will-learn a little bit (iom + et + e) about our lands."

Yes. While you will-learn about other lands, you also will-learn to-ask and to-answer in-Esperanto. We will-help you to-do that by-means-of a list of geographical words, page 20, and by-means-of an amusing game. While you study the booklet, explore an earth-globe, atlas (map + ar +o) and books in-order to-learn more about each land. Afterwards, please send (literally, be-of-such-good-will-as to-send) to us questions and answers in-Esperanto, and drawings, about your land.


Jen ok flagoj. Serĉu la flagojn en via maparo.

Zorge kolorigu la flagojn. Vi bezonos ruĝajn,
bluajn, kaj flavajn paŝtelojn. Ĝi estos bela paĝo.

Aktualigita de Enrique, 10 julio 2006