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1. Learning vocabulary.
2. The Zagreb Method. A simple course to learn and practice Esperanto
3. Easy readers. With limited vocabulary.
4. Kurso de Esperanto. by Karlo Pereira from Brazil. 30 languages.
5. Esperanto in Lernu.net. In many languages.
6. Esperanto in Duolingo. Only for English speakers.
7. "¿Sabe Usted Esperanto?" Only for Spanish speakers.
8. Edukado.net Only in Esperanto.
9. Videos to learn Esperanto.
10. Videos in or about Esperanto.
11. Podcasts in Esperanto. Many with text.
1. Learning vocabulary: (To top)
Some students mention different approaches to learning long lists of words. Knowing the words is not enough to use a language. You need to know how to use those words.
Following a basic course is the fastest way to learn the basic vocabulary, with better retention. After finishing a course, try to read easy-readers, written specially for beginners with reduced vocabulary. You can get fluency in Esperanto knowing just 500 words. Then go on learning more words by reading more, with the help of a dictionary or vocabulary. But do not stop every time you find a word you don't know. Write it down, and when you have five or ten words, search some of them in the dictionary.
2. The Zagreb Method: (To top) A simple course to learn and practice Esperanto, teaching about 450 words. Remember that all 4-year-young children around the world are fluent with a small vocabulary, no matter which language they speak.
About the sound: Some of the readings (or songs) can be read while listening. When using a browser not made by Microsoft, this icon appears on top of each reading. Otherwise, find the links at the end of the page.
Start learning with the Zagreb Method.
After a few lessons try these readings as practice or as a test. Listen while your read. Read aloud. Read from the beginning as far as possible, without using a dictionary. When you don't understand several words, stop, go back to the course and study a few more lessons. Then repeat this sequence. Keep going until you finish the course and understand all the readings.
If you think that you need a dictionary, try the following vocabularies, but don't learn the words from the vocabulary. It is faster and better to learn from the course. The course teaches the 450 more frequent words.
List of the 1000 more frequent, easy words. The words in bold are more frequently used.
Clicking on each word gives its meaning ... in Esperanto.
2500 Basic Esperanto Word Roots, with translations in English. By Edmund Grimley Evans.
This vocabulary of 2500 words is divided in 10 groups. Group 1 has the most used words.
Groups 2 - 9 have the next groups by frequency.
Group 10 has words which aren't in the original list.
If you want to practice writing using easy Esperanto, limited to the most frequently used words, try: Facililo The most frequent words will show in green, the next in blue.
Red means words less used, wrong spelling, or unknown.
3. More easy-readers to read after finishing the course: (To top)
12 facilaj tekstoj kaj 6 kantoj with sound.
La sentimulo 72 pages Vocabulary: English Spanish
Esperanto ne Estas nur Lingvo 23 pages
Esperanto ne Estas nur Lingvo 46 pages (pdf) Esperanto and Chinese.
Ili kaptis Elzan! 54 pages (pdf) Book cover
La feliĉo ami. Timiga diro. 7 pages (pdf) Written by Claude Piron.
Facila Vento Ricevi artikolojn per retmesaĝoj.
4. Kurso de Esperanto. by Karlo Pereira from Brazil. (To top)
Interactive course in 30 languages. There is a tutoring service.
5. Esperanto in Lernu.net. In many languages. (To top)
6. Esperanto in Duolingo. (To top) Only for English speakers.
7. "¿Sabe Usted Esperanto?" Only for Spanish speakers.(To top)
You may try to read the Esperanto parts. Chapter 16 will help with participles.
Download from: 1 2 3 This book is in Spanish, but it has many texts in Esperanto.
8. Edukado.net. Only in Esperanto. (To Top)
Has lots of different materials. To download them, you have to register for free.
9. Videos to learn Esperanto: (To Top)
3 animations (3 languages), almost 3 hours in total, with the whole Esperanto text.
Esperanto, Pasporto al la Tuta Mondo, in Youtube, more than 7 hours,
with actors from many countries.
10. Videos in or about Esperanto: (To Top)
Richard Delemore produktoro de Esperanto TV.
intervjuita de Mandy Fung, el China Radio Internacia.
11. Podcasts in Esperanto: There are thousands of pod casts on line, (To Top)
many of them come with the whole text in Esperanto.
Muzaiko estas tuttempa tutmonda tutmojosa tutesperanta retradio-kanalo!
Luis Jorge Santos Morales, with text.
Radio Verda 202 podcasts.
Varsovia Vento podcasts in Esperanto from Warsaw, Poland.
Pola Radio Audio only.
Novajoj Sciencaj Informoj/ With text.
Esperanta RetRadio Classic Magazine Sidebar
Podcasts. With Chinese accent. Some with text.
Home page: http://esperantofre.com . (3 languages)
Updated by Enrique, July 19 2015