Brand new to this language, but seemingly; there are no noun genders? For the most part, female versions of words seem to be based off of their male counterparts. And like English, there's just a plain "the." Someone more versed correct me if I'm wrong please.
You're right, there are no noun genders, only living people/animals may be distinguished if needed.
Correct : "La" is 'the". "She" and "He" is "Ŝi" and "Li" (respectively)
Also I know this is a year old post.
Colombia is great! I don't know why it didn't go through. Hopefully somebody can help you.
Please add a "slow" version! This sounds like "Lak Na Bino" with the current audio. It would be easier to understand new words with a slower audio option.
No, all the letters are pronounced in the same way and do not change according to position.
Are there any silent letters in the language? I've been reading girl and boy wrong this entire time, so I don't want to get anything else wrong either.
no silent letters at all, as it's unnecessary. One letter = One sound. Who would create a language that's supposed to be really easy to learn and intentionally put in silent letters?