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Charles George Haberl wrote:

>         I think that Don has a very good point here.   Have any
> constructed languages been taught using an "ulpan" method (besides the
> obvious answer)?  That is to say, spreading the language through
> communication rather than relying primarily upon written media such as
> correspondence courses?  I know that Bob's TV program is an attempt in
> this direction, but what else is there?  Actually, I would be quite
> surprised if there wasn't some Esperanto boot camp out there, possibly in
> Lithuania, Poland, or maybe even somewhere off the coast of Spain (anybody
> familiar with the old program "The Prisoner?").

In le tempore del prime guerra mundial et durante le annos postea le
instructor de Esperanto Andreo Cheh, un pastor, inseniava esperanto per un
methodo directe. Judicante del descriptiones que ego ha audite de un ulpan (un
collega de mil labor habeva passate uno) il sembla simile al descriptiones que
ego ha legite del labor de Andreo Cheh (Ille sempre apperava per iste nomine
in le descriptiones in esperanto que ego ha legite. Forsan ille era András o
qualcosa simile).

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