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  I will correct your lessons from the
  "Kurso de Esperanto" by Karlo Pereira.
  and from "La Gerda Kurso".


  Please tell me who you are, how young you
  are, female or male, where you live, how
  did you know about Esperanto, which
  languages you have studied.

  Send me a message to  
  Sign your name at the end of your message.  

  You may try "Kurso de Esperanto"
  by yourself, without help.
 
Before starting "Kurso de Esperanto",
  please read this page:  

      Help to answer the lessons.

  20 Reasons   to learn Esperanto. (new page)

  Resources   to learn and use Esperanto.

    Other ways to learn Esperanto:

  1. Watch the Videos:   Animations   People
  2. Read the book, listen to the audiobook:  
        The Esperanto Teacher
  3. Listen to the book   Gerda Malaperis
  4. Most popular site   Lernu.net



Please also read these pages:

  Introduction
  How to use the course
  Gerda Malaperis   To listen to Esperanto
  Videos   To learn Esperanto and watch it in action

  Important   Please don't send me more than two (2) lessons at a time. You will need the corrections for each lesson to avoid the same mistakes in the following lessons.

And, when you are ready to send me any email ... read the whole message again and fix any errors you may find.

   More than 20 Reasons to learn Esperanto.
Please review this page and tell me if you find any errors or bad links. Can you suggest something else to add to this page?

Steps to learn and use Esperanto,
with or without the instructor's help

When you write to me, please include your name, age, sex, the name of the town and country where you live, and the languages you know or have studied, with which kind of success.

Remember that to learn to write is part of learning a language. Therefore, whenever you write, use complete sentences, the same if you write in Esperanto or in English. Try to write in Esperanto as soon as possible … it does not matter if you make mistakes, or if you have to mix some English words when you don't know the words in Esperanto. Always start each sentence with a capital letter and end it with a period.

In most of my pages, the address last letter is:   a (angla/English), e (Esperanto), h (hispana/Spanish)

All my pages have my name and the date of the last update.

On the page about videos, now you will find more than 10 hours of videos. Watch everything you can even if you don't understand. If you find it too difficult go back to the beginning of each series. Don't loose your time with dictionaries.

Animations     Pasporto, with actors from 12 countries.

Resources   to learn and use Esperanto. 
    More than 340 links.

Try to watch several times the videos to learn Esperanto,
and also listen to the reading of the book Gerda Malaperis.

Practice and check your own pronunciation.

        Courses that I use
    Basic Courses
  1. Kurso de Esperanto
  2. Books

The Esperanto Teacher, by Helen Fryer
A Simple Course for Non-Grammarians

"¿Sabe Usted Esperanto?", book by Jorge Hess. It is Spanish only, but the Esperanto parts could be useful, specially Chapter 16 about verb participles.

    Intermediate and advanced courses
  3. La Gerda Kurso.
  4. Vojaĝo en Esperanto-Lando

    To listen to Esperanto.
  5. Radio
  6. Spoken
  7. Music

    Esperanto Videos
  8. Video very good to learn Esperanto
  9. Esperanto TV 1
10. Esperanto TV 2
11. Youtube. Diverse presentations.

      To read in Esperanto
12. Books
13. Magazines
14. Internet sites
15. Blogs

    Other Esperanto Courses
16. General information
17. Jubilo   for Spanish speakers
18. Lernu.net
19. Viva

    Conversations, Esperanto meetings, conventions
20. Instant messengers,   Skype
21. Virtual life
22. Meetings, conventions

23. International correspondence

    24.     Utilities

Practice and check your own pronunciation.


    Courses that I use

Basic courses:

1. "Kurso de Esperanto" by Karlo Pereira.
Interactive course with sound. It works in 28 languages. Download from here (13 MB)

First message   to my students.

Directions   to use the course.

Help   for the lessons.

To listen   to "Gerda Malaperis" first 3 chapters, with translation to English.

To watch   Videos to learn Esperanto


2. Books

The Esperanto Teacher,   Book by Helen Fryer
  A Simple Course for Non-Grammarians
Read online   Download
Audiobook:   Listen   Download (230 MB)

"¿Sabe Usted Esperanto?",   Book by Jorge Hess.
This is an old basic textbook for Spanish speakers. Even if the directions are in Spanish, the Esperanto-text is helpful. It could be used as exercises. Chapter 16th is very useful for verb participles. If you can read Spanish, start by the "Prólogo".
    Read online
    Download
  (700 KB, includes other materials)


    Intermediate level course

3. La Gerda Kurso.

Please read everything after "2. Intermediate level" on this page.

You will find:

The whole book "Gerda Malaperis" on a single page.

"La Gerda Kurso" on 5 pages, 5 lessons on each page. For each chapter or lesson, there are the text, some questions and some exercises. There are 25 chapters. The book, the course, the questions and the exercises, are all Esperanto. Only the vocabularies are from Esperanto into other language.

Please use the exercises from this page. They have some help not available with the exercises in the course. If you intend to send the exercises to me, they must be from here.

A vocabulary (Vortaro) in one page, with the new words for each chapter. There is a version Esperanto - English and another Esperanto - Español (There are vocabularies for other languages on other web pages)

I recommend to read all the vocabulary for each chapter, before reading that chapter.

The numbers 1 to 25 are links to the reading of each chapter. You may download them. They are 10.2 MB in total.

You may download the file DktA0004.zip. It has everything necessary for "La Gerda Kurso" and a few other things.

4. Vojaĝo en Esperanto-Lando.

The Advanced Esperanto Course is guided by Professor Boris Kolker, member of the Academy of Esperanto.
Internacia Perfektiga Koresponda Kurso. (IPKK)

"Traveling in Esperanto-Land. Advanced Esperanto course and guide on the culture of Esperanto" it is a book full of interesting and useful texts in Esperanto, created by diverse famous authors.

Vojaĝo en Esperanto-Lando   from Wikipedia

  Description     in English     en Esperanto

  In Esperanto:   Forewords   Lesson 1   Lesson 2
  Lesson 3   Lesson 7   Lesson 22


    To listen to Esperanto.

  5. Radio

Pola Radio   Listen and download

China Radio International
On the square on the right hand side, click one of these words to listen to 8 different one-hour programs:
Lundo   Mardo   Merkredo   Ĵaŭdo   Vendredo   Sabato   Dimanĉo
Nia lasta programero

Radio Aktiva   Uruguay

Parolu, Mondo!   el Brazilo

Varsovia Vento   Sono

Jászberény Hungara

Radio Arkivo   Archive for many radios


  6. Spoken

Gerda Malaperis   This page has or allows you to download:
.. Links to listen to or download the reading of the 25 chapters from the book, in .mp3 files
.. Translation to English of the first 3 chapters.
.. The full text of the book.
.. The vocabulary Esperanto-English for the new words in each chapter.

  La Eta Princo   in Esperanto
Listen to the reading of the whole book   read by Jianping Zhao,   27 chapters   These chapters are in inverted order. Start with chapter 1 almost at the end of the page. There are 6 links to chapters in each line.

To read the text while listening:
La Eta Princo
  The Little Prince.   Text only without ilustrations   wikibooks
La Eta Princo   Unicode, with ilustrations   utopia.com
La Eta Princo   Beautiful color ilustrations. Written using the "x" method. Shows "?" instead of "ŭ";   odaha.com
La Eta Princo   Chapter 6   Reading and text   Youtube

    Podcasts


  7. Music

Music from Brazil  

Floro kaj Papilio   Short song, with very clear pronunciation

Songs   for children

Music-Express   Songs and CD's by international groups

Kantaro 1   Kantaro 2   Lyrics

Vinilkosmo   to listen to music and buy CD's


    Videos in Esperanto

  8. Videos to learn Esperanto

There are 3 educational videos very good to learn Esperanto. Their duration is 77, 80, and 15 minutes, total 173 minutes (almost 3 hours). They are spoken only in Esperanto. This page allows you to download the 3 videos and their text. It also have links to watch more than 7 hours of videos in Youtube.

This page has, or allows to download:
.. The full text of the 3 videos in .txt files
.. Links to download the 3 videos in 2 .avi files.
.. Links to Youtube to watch or download the 3 videos in 18 parts.
.. Instructions and links to use the Pronunciation Laboratory, to evaluate your own pronunciation.
.. Links to listen to or download the reading of "Gerda Malaperis" in .mp3 files, the translation to English of the first 3 chapters and the book full text.

Edukado.net also has information about these videos and links to watch or download them.


  Another video to learn Esperanto

Esperanto, Pasporto al la Tuta Mondo
The best video to learn Esperanto, made in USA with actors from more than 12 countries. It has 16 chapters of almost half an hour each, more than 7 hours in total.


  9. Esperanto TV.2 (You can always skip to the next program)

  10. Espero TV

      Bialistoka Televido 1

      Bialistoka Televido 2

      Vinilkosmo   Videos


11. Youtube   Esperanto videos listing

Claude Piron,   The language challenge; facing up to reality; 8:26 ... in English.

Claude Piron   in Youtube (listing)

How to speak in public   Humphrey Tonkin; 8:47

Neide kantas   Ho, Mia Kor'; 2:05
Neide kantas   Nigraj Okuloj; 3:02 (Dark eyes)
Music and pictures   Ipanema, Brazil; 3:33

 
    To read in Esperanto

You may read many books in Internet, with the help of a dictionary, to develop your vocabulary.

12. Books

Dictionaries

Grammar:

PMEG   Plena Manlibro de Esperanta Gramatiko

Henrik Seppik   Download   La tuta Esperanto Gramatiko

Vikipedio The wikipedia in Esperanto. More than 100,000 articles.


Esperanto Literature    1    2   on Don Harlow's pages

eLibrejo   About 200 books in .pdf format  
Zhang Xuesong's, many, many books

Librejo in China

Inko

Gutenberg

Kafejo   on William Walter Patterson's site

Aŭtoroj de originala literaturo en Esperanto

KálmánKalocsay

JulioBaghy

Audio Books

Termodinamiko   Heat applications

ManyBooks.net  

Infanoj Ĉirkaŭ la Mondo   Books and songs for children

La Eta Princo   in Vikipedio
La Eta Princo   Inko   (pdf)
La Eta Princo   Beautiful color ilustrations. Written using the "x" method. Shows "?" instead of "ŭ";   odaha.com
La Eta Princo   Chapter 6   Reading and text   Youtube

Sherlock Holmes   Sherlockian   dmoz  

Search   Esperanta literaturo in the web

Search   Originala literaturo Esperanta


13. Magazines

Gazetejo   As of July 1, 2008, there were 1406 issues of 82 different magazines   (click numbers 1 to 8 at the bottom of the page)

La Ondo de Esperanto

El Popola Ĉinio. Espero.

Brazila Esperantisto


14. Internet sites

Esperanto Access   DonHarlow's site

Esperanto Fremont   Enrique's site

Infanoj Ĉirkaŭ la Mondo   Children Around the World,   Books and songs for Children

Esperanto-USA   Blogs  
The USA Esperanto Organization

Lingvolanĉilo  Springboard to language learning.

E A B   Esperanto Association of Britain

Esperanto Panorama   In English

Claude Piron   Articles in Esperanto, English, and 20 other languages

Lilandejo   Leland Bryant Ross' site

Esperantujo.org


15. Blogs

    Other Esperanto courses

16. General information

17. Jubilo's course   for Spanish speakers

18. Lernu.net

This it is the biggest site to learn Esperanto. Perhaps, too big, with too many possibilities. I believe that is better to finish one course before starting another. When the choice is too diverse, we have the tendency to begin many things and to finish none.

How do I begin?   Introduction   Courses   Library

At the Library you will find many books to read and several to listen to.


19. Viva   Ten-lesson Course.

NASK   What is happening at the summer course at the California University at San Diego, July 2008.


    Conversations, Esperanto meetings, conventions

20. Instant messengers

Skype   allows written and voice chat.
Download and install Skype.
When the program is already working, enter "Esperanto" in the search box. Then leave the search box empty, and enter "Esperanto" in the language box. Try to chat with some of these people. Remember that most will understand Esperanto, but will not understand your birth-language.

Lernu.net   At the lower right you will find the instant messenger (tuj-mesaĝilo)

Other instant messengers


21. Virtual life

Dua Vivo   (Second Life)
Dua Vivo,   How to use it, in Esperanto   (in Metaversoj)
Dua Vivo,   Esperanto in the virtual world   (How to use it)
Dua Vivo,   Videos   (Also How to use it)
Dua Vivo,   in Youtube


22. Meetings, conventions   Calendar

Eventoj   Kalendaro

Esperanto-Panorama   Kalendaro

Kultura Esperanto Festivalo
Esperanto Cultural Festival
Helsingor, Denmark, July 7 - 12, 2009


23. International correspondence
Since 12 years ago   Esperanto Koresponda Servo   publish its web page with requests for Esperanto pen pals from many countries. This page is updated 2 or 3 times each month.

Edukado.net   has a correspondence service for individuals and groups.


24. Utilities

Esperantilo   Esperanto Editor and spelling checker

Ek   Esperanta Klavaro

ReVo   Reta Vortaro   dictionary

Monda Horo   To know the time in any part of the world

Courses, dictionaries   in the page of Darío Rodríguez, from Spain, many in Spanish, some in Esperanto


Practice and evaluate your own pronunciation.

There is a page called Pronunciation Laboratory"
But this page is written in Portuguese.
Download the program straight from here:   PrononcoSetup.exe
and install it in your computer.

Some instructions in English, with pictures.

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.

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.



Other pages:

To listen to Esperanto   with translation   Spanish   English

Watch videos   to learn Esperanto   Spanish   English   Esperanto

My homepage:   Spanish   English   Esperanto


Updated by Enrique,   April  14,  2014