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FYI: Esperanto courses in USA summer 1996

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Message 1: Esperanto courses in USA summer 1996

Date: Fri, 24 May 1996 13:27:55 EDT
From: "David T. Wolff" <dtwBrooktrout.COM>
Subject: Esperanto courses in USA summer 1996
Esperanto courses summer 1996

Esperanto is a language designed as a second language for everyone.
You can learn it four times faster than other languages (yes, that's
an approximation for native English speakers); it's politically
acceptable everywhere; and about two million people speak it today.

For free information about the international language Esperanto,
contact ELNA at (800) 828-5944 or (510) 653-0998, or send e-mail to
elnanetcom.com. You will receive Lesson 1 of the free ten-lesson
postal course as well as other info. (Or check out the newsgroup
soc.culture.esperanto.)

One week: Connecticut July 7-13
 Michigan June 17-21 and July 8-12
Three weeks: San Francisco June 24-July 12

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Hartford CT: July 7-13, University of Hartford
Levels: Introductory, Intermediate, Advanced

Instructors: Cost: $220 non-credit, $280 credit
 $100 for housing
* Joseph F. Conroy, author of
 "Beginner's Esperanto," chair of Events:
 high school foreign language Evening programs include mixer
 department. picnic and "soapbox night."
 Other speakers will include Dr.
* Spomenka Stimec, Croatia; Humphrey Tonkin (President of
 author, lecturer, co-winner of the University).
 1994 FAME prize for contributions
 to Esperanto culture Contact: Ms. Hilda Grossman
 Office of Summer Programs
Now in its sixth year! University of Hartford
 200 Bloomfield Avenue
 West Hartford CT 06117
 (800) 234-4412 or (860) 768-4401

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University of Hartford registration form:

Name:
Address:
City, State, Zip:
Country (if not US):
Home Phone:
Social Security #:

Course level:
[ ] Elementary [ ] Intermediate [ ] Advanced
(If you are not sure of the correct level, you can change during the course.)
[ ] $280 credit or [ ] $220 noncredit

Payment options:
(Please circle one): Check or charge
[ ] MasterCard [ ] VISA [ ] Discover
If charging, account #:
[ ] Yes, I need housing at $100 a week.
Total (program and housing): $

Mail this form to:
Ms. Hilda Grossman
Office of Summer Programs
University of Hartford
200 Bloomfield Avenue
West Hartford CT 06117

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Dearborn MI
(Dearborn is in metro Detroit)
Levels: Introductory, Intermediate

Dates: Introductory courses: you missed them
 Intermediate/advanced: June 17-21, July 8-12

Instructors: Cost: $95, $85 for local or ELNA
 members
* Sherry Wells, JD, attorney,
 Vice President of Esperanto Housing: Home hospitality or local
 League for North America, motels
 publisher, professional speaker
 (English, Spanish, French) Events: Visit to the Henry Ford
 Museum and Greenfield Village
* Sylvan Zaft, PhD, retired and more! Hospitality with
 teacher, published Esperanto local Esperantists.
 author (English, French, Spanish)
 Contact: Sherry Wells
 P.O. Box 1338
 Royal Oak MI 48068 USA
 (810) 543-5297

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Michigan registration form:

Nomo:
Adreso:

Telefono:

Level: [ ] Beginner [ ] Intermediate

Enclosed is a check or money order for $:

Mail this form to:
Esperanto Society of Michigan
PO Box 3011
Southfield MI 48037

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San Francisco: June 24-July 12, San Francisco State University
Levels: Introductory, Intermediate I, Intermediate II, Advanced

Instructors: Cost: $360

* Katelin Smideliusz, degreed in Events:
 Esperanto Language and Lit., Group singing, folk dancing, con-
 ELTE Univ., Budapest; author, versation circles, weekend hos-
 editor Internacia Pedagogia Revuo. pitality by local Esperantists,
 and much more!
* Hisasi Kitagawa, BAs in sociology
 and linguistics, State Univ. of Contact:
 Kanazawa, Japan; Japanese, Ms. Cathy Schulze
 English, Esperanto. Author, 410 Darrell Road
 instructor. Hillsborough CA 94010 USA
 (415) 342-1796
* Derek Roff, BA in Latin American
 Studies and Modern Languages, U of Financial support is available.
 New Mexico; English, Esperanto,
 Spanish. Instructor, staff at UEA.

* Dorothy Stermer, MA/BA in Chem Eng,
 U of New Mexico; organizer,
 environmentalist, instructor.

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David Wolff (dwolffbrooktrout.com)

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