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What is Esperanto?   To learn Esperanto
Esperanto is a language, a planned language.

Esperanto is the easiest language to learn, because it was planned to be easy.
Esperanto was published on July 26, 1887. It is 130 years old, as of April 2018.

There are two main uses for Esperanto.   Unintended use:
It is a logical language with few rules and no exceptions. Learning it offers a good base to learn other languages. It helps to understand grammar, and it is learned in a short time compared with other languages. It should be the first language to learn, to save time when learning other languages.

Main use:   Esperanto is a language to be used the same way as other languages, plus a few other advantages.

Most languages are useful in one or several countries or regions. Esperanto is used in most countries. People that learned Esperanto, did so, to contact people from other languages, other cultures, other countries. They want to contact you. Some of them would offer their houses to you for a visit, or for a short stay.   I have already spoken in Esperanto in   26 countries.

    https://amikumu.com   helps you find Esperanto speakers near you.

    20 Reasons to learn and use Esperanto.  

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To learn any language:

No matter which is the language, all 4-year-young children around the world, are fluent with a reduced vocabulary, and without knowing the meaning of the word "grammar". After fluency they keep adding new words. For Esperanto, 500 word-roots are enough for fluency.

Learning Esperanto:

There are many ways to learn Esperanto online:

    1.   Zagreba metodo,  by Zlatko Tišljar.   Learn 500 word-roots
    2.   A new approach,  by William Auld.
    3.   Kurso de Esperanto,  by Karlo Pereira, from Brazil.
    4.   Mazi. Videos to learn Esperanto.
    5.   Esperanto, Pasporto al la Tuta Mondo. Videos.
    6.   Duolingo.
    7.   Lernu.net
    8.   Easy books,  with limited vocabulary.
    9.   More books.
  10.   Pod casts.
  11.   Lists.
  12.   To learn other languages.

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1. Zagreba metodo,  by Zlatko Tišljar.   Learn 500 word-roots.   (Menu   Top)

The book  The purpose of the Zagreb Method is to teach the 450 most frequently used words, to quickly get fluency by using a small word-stock.  Listen while you read.

Interactive,  by Georg Jähnig. April 2016. Esperanto in 12 days.
Point to any word to find its meaning.  (in English)

Interactive,  Click on each lesson number   (in more than 20 languages)

12 + 3 Facilaj Tekstoj kaj 6 Kantoj.  Text and sound.
Translation into   English   Into   Español.

More books, readings, word lists, tools to help with writing.


2. A new approach, by William Auld.   (Menu   Top)

Esperanto, A New Approach.  (pdf, 100 pages)  by William Auld,  is another book with the purpose to reach fluency in a short time. It is complemeted by
        Paŝoj al Plena Posedo,  by the same author.


3. Kurso de Esperanto, by Karlo Pereira, from Brazil.   (Menu   Top)

Kurso de Esperanto,  is an Interactive course, with sound: pronunciation and a few songs. You may download it (13 MB), and install it in your computer. It has been already translated into 30 languages. You may study by yourself, or you may  ask for a tutor  to correct your homework.


4. Mazi.   Videos to learn Esperanto. (Menu   Top)

  3 animations,  almost 3 hours in total, with the complete text in  Esperanto.


5. Esperanto, Pasporto al la Tuta Mondo.  Videos to learn Esperanto.   (Menu   Top)

  Pasporto, in youtube, 7 hours and a half. Actors from more than 12 countries.


6. Duolingo.   (Menu   Top)

Lately Duolingo became very popular. They started the English version on May 28, 2015 and the Spanish version on October 26, 2016. By April 14, 2018, there were 1,300,000 learners registered for the English version and 349,000 for Spanish version, more than one million and a half in total.

    Duolingo,  Esperanto for English speakers.
    Duolingo,  Esperanto for Spanish speakers.


7. Lernu.net   (Menu   Top)

Lernu.net:  is the most ambitious project to teach Esperanto in more than 30 languages, for all levels.

Lernu.net is a multilingual website that provides free courses and information on the international language Esperanto. With lernu!, you can learn Esperanto easily and free of charge.


8. Easy books,  with limited vocabulary.   (Menu   Top)

Easy Books in Esperanto, and other easy texts.


9. More books.   (Menu   Top)

Thousands of free books, magazines, and pod casts with text, in the web.


10. Pod casts.   (Menu   Top)

  Videoj por lerni Esperanton.

  Pasporto, en youtube, pli ol 7 horoj. Aktoroj de multaj landoj.


11. Lists.   (Menu   Top)

Enrique's lists: Songs, just published books, Facila Vento pod casts, Evildea's videos, Radio Verda pod casts, libroj, facilaj libroj, revuoj, reasons to learn Esperanto, groups from Facebook, Yahoo, Google, and others;  to read and post messages.


12. To learn other languages. (Menu   Top)

  Learning languages,  Many resources.





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          Updated by Enrique,   April  14  2018         (Menu   Top)