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Esperanto learning materials.

I just started Esperanto on duolingo and having greta fun (dankon duolingo). I'm going to be traveling with. I'll have time but not reliable wifi.

I would love to keep going the duolingo way, but I need an offline alternative. I imagine it's good to diversify learning sources anyway, so opportunity.

have an android, a mac and an old ipad available. Pen and paper (ugh!) might work too.

Anyone have good suggestions? How do you keep the learning offline.?

3 years ago

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I do these lessons either by pen and paper or on my laptop:

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/7787/7787-h/7787-h.htm

and you should also have a good dictionary which can be used offline:

http://www.denisowski.org/Esperanto/ESPDIC/espdic.txt

3 years ago

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thanks vikungen. I'll take a look at them.

3 years ago

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You can use this software course: http://www.kurso.com.br (it's available in several languages) you need only to be connected once in a while to send you exercises to a corrector. You can also download the courses at lernu.

And there is these 3 courses : - a ten lessons courses http://esperanto-afriko.webs.com/kurso%20angle.pdf - An older course http://hg8lhs.ham.hu/languages/esperanto/The_Esperanto_Teacher.pdf - Another older (but longer course) http://esperanto-edmonton.wikidot.com/kellerman-answerkey with answer key for the first 17 lessons.

And of course you may find paper courses in shops online

3 years ago

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Thanks a lot. I didn't realise lernu had downloadable lessons. I'll definitely check these out.

3 years ago