Language Challenge 180: Esperanto

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This is the Language Challenge 180 page for Esperanto. If you are working on this language, please leave a comment below letting other speakers know a little about you and your language skills. Also tell us who will be working on this language (you, your child, etc.) and what you hope to achieve.

Please leave comments with resources that you recommend in this language (online language learning, fun websites, good books in the language, online TV programming, audio programs, online stores where products in the language can be purchased, etc.).

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1 Consuelo March 2, 2012 at 9:23 pm

So, anyone else starting Esperanto? I have a couple of books, it’s been months since I looked at them. Would love some more online resources. I do know about, which is a great resource.


2 Remuŝ March 4, 2012 at 4:45 am

For educated people :
Go to Ekzercaro (exercices). Start with 5. Refer to GRAMMAR only when you are stuck.
Pronunciation : (computer generated)
Essential vocabulary : (use Google translate)
Then de-cifer : (“)
Advice: go on even if you don’t understand every detail.
Repeat even if you think you know.


3 Consuelo March 5, 2012 at 9:23 pm

Wow, thank you. This is a little advanced for me, but a great resource. Anyone have ideas for where I can find popular English books (Winnie the Pooh?) that have been translated into Esperanto? Either for checking out in Seattle area, or to read online?


4 Paulino Brener March 16, 2012 at 8:56 pm


I am doing Esperanto.
Of course is THE place to start.

If you are on Facebook I recommend joining the public Esperanto group. It had more than 9000 members and it’s very active.

I’ll post more resources later



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