The North London Esperanto group offers free Esperanto classes at the beginner, intermediate and advanced levels twice a week near Highbury and Islington tube station. For more information please visit our homepage.
It’s a course disguised as a novel. The first chapter is very easy and then it gets progressively more complicated. New words and grammar points are explained along the way.
La teorio Nakamura:
It has been written by Anna Lowenstein. The book is written to be accessible to beginners. We usually have a spare copy or two during the lessons if you prefer to buy it directly from us.
Duolingo to learn languages for free:
Free Esperanto Course:
This free Esperanto course consists of ten lessons with exercises. You study the lessons by yourself, do the exercises and send them to your tutor by email. Your tutor will check your exercises and answer your questions. In the end you will receive a certificate.
Lernu! (multilingual website that provides free courses):
Esperanto in 12 days:
Weekend & week-long courses
Free course in Barlaston (south of Stoke-on-trent):
The Esperanto Association of Britain (EAB) organizes free courses regularly. They are ideal for people who have little experience of Esperanto and who aren’t yet confident enough to try other events around more experienced speakers.
Somera Esperanto-Studado (SES) – Europe
SES is a week-long annual summer school that has been organised since 2007. The aim is to create a friendly, international environment every summer for people who would like to start or continue to learn Esperanto.
Nord-Amerika Somera Kursaro (NASK) – USA
NASK is a summer study program emphasizing active use of Esperanto in intercultural communication, comprehension, and collaboration.
Short and easy articles in Esperanto.
There are many groups (click on ‘Join’ to, well, join them):
App to find esperantists (and people who speak other languages) locally.
Ekparolu to speak online with an experienced esperantist:
It is not a lesson but a 1-to-1 conversation for 30mn with an experienced Esperantist (called ‘geonklo’ and you as a student are a ‘genevo’). Once you are registered on the site you can select a 30mn slot and decide who you want to talk to (more than 60 people to choose from). Each 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. Note that it’s not for complete beginners so there is a language test you have to do when you register in order to check your level.
To find local or online events in Esperanto.
Have fun and learn more Esperanto words: