Lernu! “Mi estas komencanto” MP3 version of their course to the Esperanto Links page and to the How To Learn Esperanto page.
Updates: December 24th 2012
- War of the Worlds Comic in Esperanto
- Fundamentals of Esperanto, a 2 page online document that covers the Esperanto Alphabet, Parts of Speech, and General Rules, copied from the 1905 Fundamento de Esperanto book
- “Fundamento de Esperanto” in Esperanto, French, English, German, Russian, Spanish as an online e-book
- The Easiest Language PDF with 60 3-6 minute lessons for beginners, a good resource
- Android Google Playstore Esperanto Apps, free
- Free Memrise online courses
- A free course syllabus to follow for the complete beginner to learn about Esperanto and free online sources for learning, starting with the basics and progressing through various courses and resources, including grammar and also social integration to find online study/practice partners through various online sources.
- I confirmed all websites, software, programs, and e-books are working and accessible. I have copied some and uploaded to allow them to be easily accessible and will continue to do this in the future, when time permits. I have noticed as time goes on free resources disappear as domains and hosting expire.
Website Update: This website has always been hosted here at Blogger.com, a Google Property, however was under the domain name learnesperanto.net, which has expired due to a lack of funding/donations. I will maintain this blog and update it as time and resources are available. It will remain at this free address: learn-esperanto.blogspot.com
- Go to Google.com
- Click the settles button at the top right corner of the screen. (image 1)
- Click ‘Search Settings’
- A ‘Preferences’ screen opens. Change your ‘Interface Language’ to Esperanto. (image 2)
- Tic the box for ‘Esperanto’ under ‘Search Language’
- Scroll through to see if you wish to change any other settings.
- Click ‘Save Preferences’ at the very bottom right corner of the screen.
- You know have Google search and results in Esperanto! (images 3 & 4)
Reasons to not use Internet Explorer (IE) Internet Browser:
- Windows 7 shipped to Europe without Internet Explorer
- German Government: Don’t use Internet Explorer
- 12 Reasons why not to use Internet Explorer
- World wide monthly usage of browsers: Internet Explorer decreasing, Chrome increasing
You can change the language of Mozilla Firefox to Esperanto (instructions below) or you can download an Esperanto version of Mozilla Firefox here (and shown in the second screen capture below), and finally you can use the addon, Quick Locale Switch, which allows you to switch among various different languages .
Simply open up your Firefox browser (the newest version is best) and click on the orange Firefox button at the top left corner of your browser. Go to the ‘options’ menu, and then ‘options’. A pop-up screen appears. Select the ‘content’ tab. At the bottom under ‘Languages’ click ‘choose’ and then ‘select a language to add’. Find ‘Esperanto (eo)’ and ‘add’ it. Move it to the top of your language list. Any websites that can be displayed in Esperanto, such as Google Search results, will be. The browser itself won’t.
|Mozilla Firefox Language changed to Esperanto|
|Mozilla Firefox Esperanto Version|