Enrique's pages Español Esperanto English http://esperantofre.com/edu/kino01a.htmVideos to learn Esperanto
Is it possible to learn a language just watching
It seems possible, if the language is Esperanto.
Listen to "Gerda
Malaperis" in Esperanto, mp3. |
To improve your Esperanto pronunciation.
Two animations and one monologue.|
Here they speak only in Esperanto.
Read and download the text of the 3 videos:
Download the videos in .avi format
You can copy them into a DVD, and watch them on the TV set using the DVD player.
Video 1.avi 270 MB Video 2.avi 277 MB
The files Video 1 have the 77-minute first video.
The files Video 2 which last 95 minutes, have the
80-minute second video and the 15-minute third video.
Parts 01 - 08 make the 77-minute video 1. Parts 09 - 17 make the 80-minute video 2. In part 17 also begins the 15-minute video 3. The total is 173 minutes, in 18 parts. Each part lasts about 10 minutes. These are files between 21 and 24 MB.
Esperanto, Pasporto al la Tuta Mondo
This video lasts 7 hours and a half.
Esperanto course consisting of 15 video lessons (almost 30 minutes each), intended for individual or group study, plus a 16th lesson with a summary, history and original music. The pedagogically based entertaining story line makes learning Esperanto easier and more fun. Each lesson is presented entirely in Esperanto and consists of three parts: introduction, drama, recapitulation.
Watch and hear people from more than 12 countries.
You can watch it in YouTube, divided in 47 parts of about 10 minutes each.
YouTube play list List by lesson number
A DVD version is now available for sale, consisting of 4 DVD disks with 4 lessons each, plus 2 CDs; one with the lesson texts in PDF format, the other with the accompanying exercises, also in PDF format.
Listen to "Gerda Malaperis" in Esperanto, mp3
Listen to a group of Brazilian Esperantists
reading the book "Gerda Malaperis"
The translation of the first 3 chapters in English.
25 mp3 files in Esperanto, one for each chapter.
All the text from "Gerda Malaperis", its vocabulary
To improve your Esperanto pronunciation
Practice and check your own pronunciation.
Professor Emilio Cid, instructor
from Brazil, prepared a program called
"Pronunciation Laboratory" ...
But this page is written in Portuguese.
Download the program straight from here:
and install it in your computer.
The instructions are also in Portuguese ... But you don't need them. On the first window, lower right, select a lesson (1 - 5)
To start, press the green little triangle on the left side of the next window. You will hear the Esperanto sentence written on the middle of the window. Then you will have a chance to repeat into your microphone what you just heard. The program will repeat first the voice of the instructor, and then your own voice, so you can compare.
There are 3 icons on the right side:
Microphone: it will repeat the process with the same sentence.
Headset: you will hear the sentence again.
Arrow: it will repeat the process with a new sentence.
On the first window, at the lower left there is an icon to show instructions in Portuguese.
Instructions in Spanish are in this page.
To exit the program, wait for the program to stop and click the upper right "x". Clicking it when the program is trying to repeat or to record, will produce an exit with error.
Homepage: Esperanto Fremont
Updated by Enrique, September 12 2013