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A free language education platform (selected by Apple as iPhone App of the Year 2013, by Google as Best of the Best for Android in 2013 and 2014)
Free web-based courses to suit every level of expertise – includes an online chat area, so you can practise your Esperanto with other students
- Kurso de Esperanto
A free downloadable Esperanto course (runs on Windows, Linux and Mac)
- Free Esperanto Course
Email-based correspondence course, run by dedicated volunteers from around the world
- Melbourne Esperanto Association
More Esperanto learning resources
Dictionaries & translators
Esperanto definitions of Esperanto words, with examples. Based on the definitive PIV: Plena Ilustrita Vortaro.
- Reta Vortaro
Words in thematic groups, e.g. Belarto (fine arts).
Translations between Esperanto and English.
- NZEA: Australian & New Zealand to Esperanto
Translations of Australian and New Zealand words not in other Esperanto dictionaries.
- Google Translate
Imperfect, but a good place to start.
Grammar & word usage
- Plena Manlibro de Esperanta Gramatiko
Exhaustive discussion, with examples, of Esperanto grammar. In Esperanto.
Get instant feedback on any Esperanto text you want to enter, from a grammatical point of view.
- Tekstaro de Esperanto
Search for any Esperanto word or phrase in up to 69 exemplary Esperanto texts to see how it has been used.
In defence of Esperanto
All pages in English:
- Some Comments on Ignorance About Esperanto by Claude Piron
- Esperanto: Frequently Asked Questions
Inc. ‘What are some common objections to Esperanto? How do speakers of Esperanto respond to them?’
- Esperanto and the ideology of constructed languages, by Donald Broadribb
Teaching Esperanto in schools
Makes the case for Esperanto, especially in primary schools. Lots of resources and support.