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Jen Nia Mondo — full course (books and audio)

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The courses Jen Nia Mondo 1 & 2 were published in the 1970s and remain fairly popular even now. EAB has made the two books and the audio, fifty tracks in total, free for download and self-study, but not for resale. Copyright rests with EAB.

This download is a zip file containing all the course material. It's over 300mb in size. The files are available for individual download if you prefer to take them as and when you need them.

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mwh

· Edited by mwh

  

PLEASE NOTE THAT I'M WRITING IN ENGLISH, IN 'AMERICAN' (Sorry) (Smile):  Oh, very, Very good.  I lightly-studied E-O at San Francisco State University (stayed in Verducci Hall - with floors of 'bunheads'), for three Summers (in the middle/late'ish '80's).  Never used it: no ability.  The Esperanto League for North America - 'ELNA' - had a GREAT bookstore; miss it.  Do appreciate these files.  The Audio of JNM is available thru' the 'Internet Archive' - but those files are not easily DoWNloaded.  I'm grateful for your work, here.  The ATTACHed image - I'm on the top row, white-shirt, all-the-way to the right.  My friend, Derek (sp?) - Polyglot, dark beard, mustache, dark-shirt - same row, about four people leftward.  The girl that we both admired - middle of the bottom row, white-shirt:  _Wonderful_ singing voice.).  And a wonderful _program_, from ELNA, at SFSU - ELNA brought people in from Canada, from China, elsewhere ...  Thanks for 'Jen Nia Mondo'.

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Howard Edwards

  

Jen Nia Mondo estas bonega. Mi sxatas uzi gxin. Mi estas komencanto.

Howard Edwards,  Cyffordd Llandudno, Kimrujo.

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Boff Konkerz

   5 of 5 members found this review helpful 5 / 5 members

I thoroughly enjoyed book one of “Jen Nia Mondo”. I found it much more engaging than duolingo (which I’ve been using to learn Esperanto thus far). I enjoyed the retro feeling presentation of the book and recordings, and even found myself investing in Petro and Helena’s slightly dysfunctional  relationship. The lessons do progress quite quickly, and for this reason I decided to repeat the whole course upon completing the final lesson, as I have not memorised all the information contained within the book and recordings. I am looking forward to starting book two, and am only sorry that there isn’t a book three! 

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formiko

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Mi acxetis  la librojn antau multaj jaroj.

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Jen Messeder

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Thank you so much for making these available online. I haven't heard "Jen Nia Mondo" since the 90s (the first time I tried to learn Esperanto). It's bringing back fond memories.

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