The North London Esperanto Group offers weekly online Esperanto classes from beginners (A1) to advanced (C1) levels. You can read more about these different levels on Wikipedia.
We can also help you prepare for the official Esperanto exam (B1, B2 and C1 levels) which is held usually in June in many places in the world including London.
Our online classes take place using Zoom once a week for an hour. Please only register if you know you will be able to attend most weeks as the number of participants in each group is limited to around 15 people.
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Beginners course (A1-A2 level)
This course is based on “Esperanto by Direct Method” by Stano Marček and is divided into three eight-week periods. If you’re a beginner looking to take your first steps into Esperanto waters, these three courses are for you: Kurso I, Kurso II and Kurso III. At the end of each eight-week period you can decide to repeat the module, take a break, or move straight on to the next one. More info.
Post-beginners course (A2-B1 level)
This course is for students who already have the basics under control and want to aim a little higher, maybe answering questions in full sentences or even stringing several together.
Intermediate course (B2 level)
Advanced course (C1 level)
This course taught by Anna Lowenstein also on Tuesdays is for students who already have the B2 level. Anna prepares the students for the international C1 exams and does conversation to improve their fluency.
Saturday Esperanto sessions with Anna (A1-A2 level)
These sessions held by Anna Lowenstein are for students who are still learning Esperanto through Duolingo, Lernu.net or similar websites. Anna focuses on some specific grammar points each week. More info.
The key thing when you learn a language is to start using it with other speakers once you have the basics covered. Don’t make the common mistake to think that it’s better to wait until you have a higher level. The good thing about Esperanto is that even experienced speakers had to learn it at some point like you’re doing just now.
If you prefer a 1-to-1 conversation with an experienced Esperantist then you should try Ekparolu! It is not a lesson so each 30-mn session is different as it depends on the person you’re talking to of course but he/she will adapt to your level as the idea is to help you progress.
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