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I've just started learning Esperanto, and this website has been making it great fun. That being said, I am often at places without internet, and would like to keep learning and studying while offline. I've looked for good, free Esperanto books, which has been a fruitless effort so far. I've dug up a few nice resources for vocabulary and such, but I'd like to know if there is any decent free resources for learning Esperanto.

Thanks!

3 years ago

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If you want to have a grammar you can read as an e-book, you can use http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/7787; if you want a textbook you can use http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/8177

Books in Esperanto:

Check this list from a different site for more (a few repeated) novels: http://i-espero.info/elsutaro/esperantaj-libroj

3 years ago

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Wow, this'll definitely come in handy! Thank you so much for your time!

3 years ago

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You're welcome. If you want that same grammar in PDF form, you can find it here: http://esperanto-edmonton.wdfiles.com/local--files/kellerman-answerkey/Kellerman%20Kolor.pdf

3 years ago

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Even more helpful, thanks!

3 years ago