Esperanto resources

✍️ → Written on 2021-05-16 in 1447 words. Part of languages Esperanto

Motivation

I study Esperanto on Duolingo. I built up some basic vocabulary and try to explore more details of the languages now. As a result, I looked into Esperanto resources.

Update 2021-05-31: Added resources from “Finished the Esperanto tree, now what?” via duolingo

By linguistic aspects

Listening and Watching

Speaking

Meet people via Amikumu, meetup, or other local organizations.

Reading

See also List of Esperanto periodicals. And also there are plenty of books written in Esperanto (follow the names of writers below).

Writing

Same as speaking. If you want someone to proofread your text, you can use e.g. lang-8 (is actually language-agnostic).

By resource

Android apps

Learn Vocabulary

Summaries

See also: Esperanto on DMOZ

Regional in Austria/Graz

Global Esperanto institutions

Questions and answers

Territories with Esperanto as official language

Original works, Zamenhof resources

Conclusion

Esperanto has a long and rich history and is still lively today.
You are familiar with Esperanto? Enjoy some of the resources above.
You are new to Esperanto? Read some quotes on Esperanto for entertainment.