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Esperanto Practice     To learn Esperanto
Esperanto is a language, a planned language.

After completing Duolingo, or any other course, or even before completing a course, you may start to practice. Conversation is a good practice, but you need some previous knowledge to be able to participate in a conversation.

Different ways to practice:

    1.   Mazi. Videos to learn Esperanto.  (Almost 3 hours)
    2.   Esperanto, Pasporto al la Tuta Mondo. Videos.   (7.5 hours)
    3.   Easy readers,  with limited vocabulary.
    4.   Podcasts.  Many easy, many with text ... lots of them.
    5.   Songs.  More than 560 songs by more than 110 groups or singers.
    6.   More books.  Thousands of free books, magazines, in the web.
    7.   Amikumu.   Find the 100 Esperanto speakers nearer to you.
    8.   Skype, WhatsApp, to contact Esperanto speakers in other countries.
    9.   Paralela Universo.  Meet Esperanto speakers, third Saturday in August.
  10.   Other ways to learn Esperanto.
  11.   To learn other languages.

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

    3 animations,  almost 3 hours in total, with the complete text in  Esperanto.
You may watch the first video: "Mazi en Gondolando" from the very beginning, with little knowledge of Esperanto. Watch it several times before watching the second video: "Mazi revenas al Gondolando", and later the third video: "Mistera Planto". Repeat them until you understand most of their words.

2. 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.
Watch several times the first Mazi video before starting with Pasporto. Watch several times each lesson.

3. Easy readers,  with limited vocabulary.   (Menu   Top)

    12 + 3 Facilaj Tekstoj kaj 6 Kantoj.   Listen while your read.
        You can also see the translation to English ... use 2 parallel windows.
    Easy Books in Esperanto, and other easy texts.

4. Podcasts.   (Menu   Top)

    Facila Vento,
  (original)   58 podcasts  (list)   From Brazil.
        Easy readings with text and sound.

    Radio Verda,   Vancouver, Canada.   Short articles with interesting subjects, They are red a bit slowly. Very good pronunciation.   The podcasts 194 - 202 have their complete text.   A total of 201 podcasts, no more will be added.

    Varsovia Vento.   Facebook:     1       2  

    Pola Radio:  On this page you can select:  Novaĵoj, Felietonoj,
Sciencaj informoj.  They all have sound and text.
Pola Radio   January 2011     All podcasts after  January 2013.

    Luis Jorge Santos Morales   from Colombia,
reads his own podcasts. Many of them have text.

    Esperanta Retradio.   Anton Oberndorfer has been adding a podcast a day since 2011.
Good pronunciation and   full text,   more than  1000  podcasts.   Also  videos  (filmetoj).
mar-aug 2011 and a few previous (187 podcasts)   sep-dec 11 (122)   jan-jun 12 (182)  
jul-nov 12 (153)   dec 12-feb 13 (90)   mar 13 (31)   may-aug 14   sep-nov 14   dec 14-jun 15   jul-nov 15   dec 15-jun 16   jul-dec 16   jan-jun 17   jul-dec 17   up to today  

    Muzaiko Retradio
Muzaiko is a full-time, global, current, retradio-channel in Esperanto!
Muzaiko plays for you 24 hours a day, music, programs, news,
information, reports, and much more.
(estas tuttempa tutmonda tutmojosa tutesperanta
retradio-kanalo! Muzaiko ludas por vi 24 horojn en tago muzikon,
programerojn, novaĵojn, informojn, raportojn, arkivaĵojn kaj multe pli!)

    Budhano  (From China, with text)

    Esperanto Radio.   Some choices.

    Radio Esperanto,   Halina Gorecka, Aleksander Korĵenkov.
Eldonejo Sezono, La Ondo de Esperanto, Kaliningrado, Russia.

    Kern Punkto,   Eva Fitzelová kaj Johannes Mueller. Ludwigsburg, Germanio.

    Radio 3ZZZ,   Melburno, Aŭstralio.   Zorgantoj.

    Claude Piron.   More podcasts and videos.

    Lina Chen, announcer of   Radio China International,  
published her interviews with Enrique.  Interview 1   Interview 2

5. Songs.   (Menu   Top)

    Links to Youtube.  More than 500 songs by more than 110 groups or singers.
There are some singers like Manŭel Rovere (more than 60 songs), who have the text on most of their songs. They are very good practice to get used to the sound of Esperanto. Try to repeat what you hear.

6. More books.   (Menu   Top)

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

7. Amikumu.     (Menu   Top)

    Amikumu.com, this application for the phone, will list the 100 Esperanto speakers nearer to you, even when you are traveling. It will allow you to communicate with any of them, as long as they accept. Originally, Amikumu worked only for Esperanto. Now it works with many languages.

8. Skype, WhatsApp.   (Menu   Top)

To contact Esperanto speakers in other countries.

    Ĉu vi skajpemas? Esperanto Skype.  Grupo en Facebook.
    Esperanto speakers list  in Skype.

9. Paralela Universo.   (Menu   Top)

Esperanto arrangements around the world on the third Saturday in August, every year.
These events were created to invite people that had learned Esperanto but never met Esperanto speakers ... but you can keep going every year.
    What is Paralela Universo  (in Esperanto)
        In Duolingo        In Facebook        In Google Groups        In Telegram   

10. Other ways to learn Esperanto.   (Menu   Top)

    Easy methodes to learn Esperanto.    What is Esperanto? 

11. To learn other languages.   (Menu   Top)

    Learning languages,  Many resources.

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Enrique's pages (list)           Updated by Enrique,   May  21  2018         (Menu   Top)