Fast links: Interglossa » Glosa »

Re: [glosalist] Re: 18 steps availability

David ("David" <daveyporter@...>) on June 30, 2009

If you care to send me your postal address I can post you a copy of the 18 steps that I took from my original book - you can reply to my email address:- davidjenningsp@… Regards, David JP

Thanks for that.

I can’t get hold of anyone at (and their web site searching and ordering doesn’t seem to work) and so have ordered from Waterstones, who have subsequently sent me an email to say that it is unavailable from their suppliers.

I know that it is available on the Glosa web site - I have it printed out - but wanted the ‘real’ copy to get the missing examples from the book that are omitted in the online version.

Again, thanks for taking the time to reply.

— In, “nick_hempshall” <nick_hempshall@…> wrote:

I think Wendy is not very well at the moment, so probably not best to contact her

Waterstones say they can supply it in a week

Or second hand

I’m sure you know that much of the text is available at

— In, “sipig” <sperry@> wrote:

Hi all,

I am new to the community but am keen to learn Glosa (after dabbling in Esperanto more off than on for over 20 years).

I am keen to get hold of the full copy of “18 Steps” and just wondered if anyone knows whether it is still available from Wendy Ashby and if not if anyone knows where I can get a copy from.

Many thanks Simon Wolverhampton UK

– I am using the free version of SPAMfighter. We are a community of 6 million users fighting spam. SPAMfighter has removed 3700 of my spam emails to date. Get the free SPAMfighter here:

The Professional version does not have this message

[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

Fast links: Interglossa » Glosa »

Re: [glosalist] Re: 18 steps availability - Committee on language planning, FIAS. Coordination: Vergara & Hardy, PhDs.