Woo! Super convenient for bookmarking! ^^

I'm curious about the Celebrity Esperanto AMAs.....

Besides you Chuck, who's an Esperanto celebrity? ;)
I'm still slightly out of the loop, as you can tell... :)

June 16, 2015

I recently stumbled upon a book from (Brazilian I think) spiritualists in esperanto, so maybe the celebrity will be the ghost of Zamenhof ? :)

June 16, 2015

Saluton, ĉu vi povus diri al mi pri kiu libro temas? Mi estas kaj brazilano kaj spiritisto (ne spiritualisto, estas malsamo inter ambaŭ vortoj)

May 10, 2016

mi ne memoras, mi pardonpetas

May 15, 2016

Kio estas la malsamo inter spiritisto kaj spiritualisto?

January 31, 2017

Spiritualisto estas iu ajn kredanta je la ekzisto de io krom la materio, spiritisto estas kredantoj de la doktrino de la spiritoj bazitaj en libroj organizitaj de Allan Kardec disponeblaj laŭ PDF inkluzive en Esperanto.

July 21, 2017

George Soros?

June 16, 2015

I wish. But I did once interview Humphrey Tonkin about Soros:

June 16, 2015

I'll read that later :)

June 16, 2015

Will you really? x)

July 13, 2015

Yes, I did ;)

July 14, 2015

I read your interview. I've never thought any other means for "Soros" beside serial. That is what it means in Hungarian. Maybe I'm wrong, but until I will learn other languages, I only can think in Hungarian. :)

Te (You) vagy (are) a (the) soros. means You are the next one who must do something (what somebody else already done in your group).

July 27, 2015

This is the proof Esperanto is NOT a NWO language : even when fluent in it, moneyed men despise it as they have always done. Zamenhof was offering an alternative to the supremacy of English that was already a cultural threat in his times.

August 15, 2018

I would consider Evildea to be one

June 18, 2015
July 13, 2015

Very interesting, thanks for sharing.

April 21, 2017

Looking through the list, I spotted J. R. R. Tolkien among the list of famous writers. Now, having not known this, but being aware of Tolkien's fondness for creating languages, I followed the link and looked under Languages and philology

Tolkien considered languages inseparable from the mythology associated with them, and he consequently took a dim view of auxiliary languages: in 1930 a congress of Esperantists were told as much by him, in his lecture A Secret Vice, "Your language construction will breed a mythology", but by 1956 he had concluded that "Volapük, Esperanto, Ido, Novial, etc., etc., are dead, far deader than ancient unused languages, because their authors never invented any Esperanto legends".[178]

I must say I have never heard a more ringing endorsement...

September 10, 2015

He also said that those in favour of an international language should back Esperanto loyally.

It's easy to prove your point when you cherry-pick the quotes that support your position.

December 21, 2016

Is good read informations about Esperanto at site and learn a little his grammar. Is inteligent and very interesting.

Estas bonege pajxaro pri la Internacia Lingvo.

December 21, 2016

Unless you actually read what is said in that wiki article:

"Tolkien considered languages inseparable from the mythology associated with them, and he consequently took a dim view of auxiliary languages: in 1930 a congress of Esperantists were told as much by him, in his lecture A Secret Vice, "Your language construction will breed a mythology", but by 1956 he had concluded that "Volapük, Esperanto, Ido, Novial, &c, &c, are dead, far deader than ancient unused languages, because their authors never invented any Esperanto legends".[181]"

It doesn't really matter to me what he thought. I am learning it for the benefits it will bring and the fact that I think Esperanto is pretty cool.

March 16, 2017

As great and as visionary as JRR Tolkien was, even he never saw the internet coming, to say nothing of the wonders of

November 29, 2017

And the call is out to writers and movie makers: there needs to be a Lord of the Rings type series wherein Esperanto is the legend language.

December 21, 2016

Esperanto appears in lots of literature. But, unfortunately, in their film and television adaptations (Blade, Riverworld, etc), the filmmakers always write Esperanto out of the script. :(

December 21, 2016

A nice futuristic "Blade Runner" type TV show shot in a future Europe would be interesting...

December 21, 2016

Existe o filme "Gerda malaperis" escrito originalmente em Esperanto. É um suspense interessante.

December 21, 2016

The comic book Saga (created by Vaughan and Stapple) uses Esperanto as the language for a particular species of Alien (and those dialogues are NOT translated in the book)...

Plus the comic book is just awsome...

August 27, 2017

I agree that the books are great, but there are many errors in the Esperanto, so please keep that in mind as you read them, and don't count on them for accuracy :-)

August 28, 2017

zerozeroone, your sources are obsolete.

August 2, 2018

Maybe you can add the IRC-Channel ##esperanto on Freenode to the community- or learning-section. As its URL you can use the web-frontend

June 17, 2015

This might be a silly question, since I never used duolingo to help with the translation of documents, but when will this be available? Once it's out of beta? I noticed that some of the stuff that gets translated are wikipedia articles. Does this mean that we can translate articles from the other wikipedia pages besides English to Esperanto? Or the only options are English->Esperanto and Esperanto->English.

August 15, 2015

This could be the "appendix" for Esperanto stickies, and could be the only sticky post remaining, to make the "discussion" home tidier, great compilation ;)

June 16, 2015

That's exactly what we're doing. :)

June 16, 2015

Forget my nonsense comment, then xD

June 17, 2015

Oops! I should have read your comment before commenting myself. Still, I stand by my wiki recommendation. Great idea guys, and amuzulo in particular, I don't know if it's you who comes up with all these ideas, but you do make a good job of implementing them!

June 17, 2015

I know not too many people are aware of the existence of the unofficial Duolingo wiki, but this information should definitely be there, and the wiki be in this page. It's way easier to find (in the wiki) when one misses the discussion. Granted, with the sticky feature, it's not too hard to find a discussion, but when we get too many sticky posts, it kind of loses it's effectiveness.

June 17, 2015

I found a book called: The Sixteen Rules Of Esperanto. You might want to take a look at it.

June 27, 2015

Sorry if this has already been asked, but is there somewhere you've compiled all the grammar points from the lessons? Thanks, and great work! I'm really enjoying learning Esperanto!

July 6, 2015

We are working on this and will post when it is ready.

July 6, 2015

I recommend this course of Esperanto in 12 days, there are many exercises and grammar explanations and also is available in another languages.(Recommend this if you already finished the Esperanto tree)

December 19, 2016

Dankon por la informo. Gxi estas tre helpema por mi.

July 1, 2015

Mi sxatas Esperanto

October 5, 2015

kaj mi ankaux multe sxatas esperanton

October 6, 2015

I love Esperanto <3

February 24, 2016

Esperanto is cool

February 26, 2016

Chuck! Mi volas danki vin pro via daŭra laborado kaj kontribuado al la komunumo; ŝajnas nun, ke Esperanto ĝuas novan enspiron! Mi ankaŭ antaŭĝojas pro iu ajn, eventuale ricevota respondo al la jena demando (se vi ne havas sufiĉe da tempo, mi komprenas tion, ankaŭ):

Nu, mia Esperantista amiko de mi lastatempe starigis Mumble-n servilon por Esperantistoj, kaj mi oferis mian helpon disvastigi ĝin, sed mi vere ne scias kiel sufiĉe bone reklami aŭ disvastigi detalojn pri ĝi (jam provinte Reddit-n kaj aliajn paĝojn, sensukcese).

Estus bone se tiu ĉi eta babilejo por voĉparolado povus gajni iom da aktiveco; mia amiko kaj mi pensas, ke nia babilejo tre bonus por voĉparolemaj Esperantistoj. Mi konsideremas ian ajn sugeston nuntempe.

La servilo adreso (se vi aŭ iuj aliaj volontus ekzameni/provi ĝin) estas: 63651


January 24, 2017

Nedankinde kaj dankon pro la belaj kaj kuraĝigaj vortoj!

January 25, 2017

This is a great idea! Thanks for putting this together, Chuck :D

June 17, 2015

I have a question. 'Esperanto facilas' would mean 'Esperanto is easy' Would I be able to say Esperanto facilas lingvon for Esperanto is an easy language?

August 7, 2015

A verb cannot describe a noun, so if you want to avoid the use of estas, the noun must be part of the verb: Esperanto facil(a)lingvas. But then it would feel like 'Esperanto facile lingvas', 'Esperanto easily is a language', but that's not the inteded meaning. In the real world, we only change adjectives to verbs when we want to avoid 'estas'.

August 7, 2015

Oh? What does one "kick" with?

November 29, 2017

You would say: Esperanto estas facila lingvo.

August 7, 2015

I know but I dislike the word estas so I was wondering if I could avoid it.

August 7, 2015

La Esperanta lingvo facilas? A more advanced Esperantist will have to tell you if that's an allowable usage.

August 25, 2015

"But Esperanto of course is Esperanto (without "la")."

August 25, 2015

I did not notice that you were using adjectival form.

Pardonon, mi estas komencanto.

August 26, 2015

Yes, I know. Esperanto is the name of the language. Esperanta is the adjectival form of Esperanto, hence having to add la before and lingvo afterwards. TforTristan wanted to know if there was a way to construct the sentence without using the word estas. This was the closest I can think of to avoid using that.

I don't know if it's allowable usage, hence my plea for more advanced users to correct me. I'm well aware that Esperanto is called Esperanto, rather than referred to as la Esperanta lingvo.

August 25, 2015

Sure. Just speak in Russian instead. ;)

August 25, 2015

Thanks for all these really super useful links. I have also bookmarked this page.

August 20, 2015

Nedankinde! :)

August 20, 2015

So glad I found out about this site - feels much more rewarding learning Esperanto here than on Lernu, or anywhere else.

December 18, 2015

I'd like to add Plena Ilustrita Vortaro de Esperanto Online since I didn't see it anywhere

December 11, 2016

Vou aprender esse idioma aqui no duolingo com fé em deus o/

June 8, 2017

Saluton! I'm very new to Esperanto. I found out about it from my boyfriend (who should be starting his own Esperanto courses soon!). I really like the idea of a "universal language". Right now, my boyfriend and I are planning to use it as a kind of "secret" language we can use to talk to each other, like kids use secret code in "best friends"-type movies. So far, I love how easy it is, and since I know a fair number of Latin and Greek roots, I find that I can accurately guess the meanings of words just by picking out those roots! Plus, with no complicated word endings, I can focus on the meaning without stumbling over structure. Now about me... I'm eighteen years old, a senior in high school, American born and raised, female, in a relationship (if you didn't guess already, haha!) and I'm interested in Japanese, Russian, Greek, Latin, French, German, Gaelic, and (believe it or not) Sanskrit. I'm in my third year of Italian Class and can speak it well enough. Other than that, I love anime, video games, reading, writing, drawing, and table top rpgs. And yeah... guess that's it! Pleasure to be here!

February 25, 2018

That's awesome! It's funny that we seem to have so many of the same interests (and I'm also a high school senior), from reading to anime to language learning. I just finished the Duolingo course for Esperanto, kaj se vi volus praktiki la aferoj ke vi lernas, mi ankau bezonas praktiki!

March 20, 2018

me gustaría poder trabajar en esperanto a partir del español o del francés. Gracias

June 21, 2015

Good work! I like to see that Chuck doesn't make empty threads. ;)

June 22, 2015

Is that a promise or a thread?

June 22, 2015

Dankon senjoro.

June 26, 2015

I found Esperanto: A Language for the Global Village by Sylvan Zaft immensely helpful in motivating me and assuaging some unfounded misunderstandings and concerns. I recommend all new learners at least browse through it. I personally read the whole thing compulsively because I found it so interesting.

June 27, 2015

Thank you so much for this link. I found it very interesting. I agree that anyone starting to learn Esperanto should take a look at this.

February 29, 2016

Thanks for all the great info. Does anyone know when Esperanto will be enabled on the duolingo android app? Other beta languages are available...just not Esperanto.

July 1, 2015

Is anyone else having problems with how duolingo manages the daily streaks? I have been on duolingo, completing many lessons, every day and yet, I don't mange to have more than a 3 day streak. I should have at least a 10 day streak by now. Im getting all of the lingots and XP but the graph shows some days with no XP. I'm not upset, it just seems like something needs fixing there.

July 2, 2015

If this is still a problem for you (no more than 3 day streak, despite practicing every day) do you practice at the same time each day? because it is possible that the time zone you are in may be different from the Duolingo website? I could be wrong, just a thought.

October 24, 2015

HELP!!! I was trying to get duolingo on my cellphone and ended up changing my base language to Hungarian (?) Can anyone help me get back to having everything in English?

July 3, 2015

Got it fixed thanks to Swan!

July 3, 2015

Mi tajpis kaj tajpas kaj tajpadas daŭre dum kvin tagojn, kaj baldaŭ mi atingos la finon de via kurso. Eble mi estos deknivela, se mi sumigas la 'punktojn' ĝuste. Tamen mi vidas anojn tiujn, kiuj atingis la dek unuan kaj eĉ la dek duan nivelon. Laŭ mi, ne estas sufiĉe da punktoj por tio. Ĉu estas aldonaj kursoj?

July 11, 2015

I apologise in advance that my head is kinda muzzy today so I'm not going to try and answer in EO. Once you've completed your tree (or even during the time you're completing it) skills will 'degild' to prompt you to revise them, and the individual or overall strengthen skills are used to regild the 'leaves' on the tree. A sufficiently diligent person can repeat lessons even if they aren't showing as degilded. There is also timed practice.

All of these activities increase XP, which (slowly) increases the level. There are currently 25 levels in each language, regardless of how long or short the tree is or how far one has progressed through it. A beginner who was struggling or doing a lot of revision might get to higher levels without finishing the tree. Someone who had some knowledge and tested out of parts of the tree/got through lessons quickly can finish the tree and be at level 10. In fact, from what I've seen, the typical level to be at having done the EO tree is level 10.

To use an example from my profile; I have finished and done a good deal of revision on the EO tree, but I'm actually at a higher level on German despite being maybe halfway through the tree. That doesn't make my German better than my Esperanto, it just reflects the fact I started German right back in January and did a lot of revision as I went because I was very nearly a total beginner.

(You might get XP for the progress test also, I can't remember - it's been a while since I did it.)

July 11, 2015

Thanks I get it now. So aside from revision, there isn't much difference between level 10 and level 20. You haven't learned any new words or grammar, you just have a better grasp of the sentences you learned up to level 10.

July 11, 2015

More or less!

It depends partly on how long it takes a given individual to get through the lessons.

For example, I tested out of 13 (I think - it was a while ago!) skills in the Esperanto placement test, a few more as individual lessons, and went through the tree relatively fast, so even now some weeks later I'm still coming across the odd word and even sentence that I hadn't had before, particularly in the earlier skills which I basically skipped, but also even in the later skills. I suspect I still haven't been exposed to every single sentence Duo has in its memory banks! (And the team will be adding a few more skills eventually :D)

It would be possible to get to a higher level without having completed the tree if one went slower.

My French and Ukrainian both show the same level, but I've finished the UK tree and not even close for French. I worked through most of the Ukrainian tree, whereas the French level is more or less where I tested out, because I haven't really done any more than that, I only practise French when I run out of other skills to regild!

And like I said before, I'm maybe halfway down the German tree and going sloooow but my German level is the highest!

What the level shows is basically how much XP an individual has amassed in a given language; it shows effort more than skill! :)

July 12, 2015

It does take a lot of effort. I'm deliberately not 'testing out' and although I'm nearly done now, I think I've given myself carpal tunnel syndrome.

July 12, 2015

I can imagine 8-o

July 16, 2015

Mi lernis novan vorton hodiaŭ. "Poento". Mi devintus uzi ĝin ĉi-supre anstataŭ "punkto".

July 12, 2015

Well I did it. I translated every last sentence over six obsessive days and got the golden duck. My impressions: This course is a fantastic way to practice esperanto, but a terrible way to spend a vacation.

July 13, 2015

I, for one, happen to like spending all my time this way! What more could I possibly need in life? * cries at the fact he has no friends or girlfriend *

July 14, 2015

there there. Have a lingot.

July 14, 2015

No, I don't need it. Really. * gives lingot back *

July 15, 2015

Im sure you could impress a lot of those lovely single (polyglot) ladies out there with your polyglot skills. They are probably bored tired of hearing the same old "can I buy you a drink?", but how many times does someone use a more original line such as "cxu vi volas mi acxeti vin trinkon?" ^^

October 24, 2015

Ĉu vi volas ke mi aĉetu por vi drinkaĵon? (Not a real offer, just a correction of the Esperanto sentence! ;-) Or even better: Ĉu mi aĉetu...)

November 23, 2015

Eble estas 'trinkaĵon." Ne estas 'drinkaĵon..."


June 19, 2016

Drinkaĵo enhavas alkoholon.

January 5, 2017

I think both are right.

July 24, 2016

Tio estas bona demando. Mi pripensos pri gxin.

December 21, 2016

Dankon por viaj respondoj. Tiu ĉi ŝajnas stranga al mi sed oni uzas trinki por teo etc kaj drinki por alkoholo. Mi nun pensas ke ĉi tiu estas korekta.

January 17, 2017

I have been burning through the course obsessively since this morning and I am close to the second checkpoint. A lot of it seems to be going over my head and I can't seem to understand the spoken language as well as I think I should.

December 2, 2017

A French learner left a comment saying "Duolingo changed? Very little translating from English."

I'm finding that the same is true for Esperanto. Almost all exercises ask us to translate from Esperanto into English. It would be nice if the ratio were about 50:50, so we could develop our skill equally in each direction.

July 15, 2015

Yes or perhaps more from English to Esperanto. It's always harder to write or say something than it is to understand it. I get many errors in my "to English" questions. Simply because I don't speak English that well.

August 4, 2015

I informed our mentor about this and she said they're currently looking into it.

July 16, 2015

This translation asymmetry seems to be firmly baked into Duolingo's design.

I already cited a French learner's recent post about this.

Further back in time, from 8 months ago, from an Italian learner:

From two years ago:

Now let's speculate why they do it this way.

The first possibility is that they have a good system in place for parsing English, so it's easier to test for correctness if the direction is from some other language into English, as opposed to parsing some other language in the opposite direction.

The second possibility is that Duolingo expects there to be a larger market for commercially translating non-English texts into English, so they are mostly training people into doing mostly this.

July 21, 2015

It definitely is a part of Duolingo.

"I did 50 questions (some review, some new) and marked down each time I got German to English and English to German. The results were: 44 German to English (88%) and 6 English to German (12%)." -myself when reviewing Duolingo.

December 7, 2015

There are studies somewhere that show that passive acquisition is much more beneficial to studying languages than active. So, according to those studies, would get much more benefit out of going through the tree with Esperanto -> English and then just practising writing by actually writing than doing that on duolingo.

October 24, 2015

Could you please provide at least one link to one of these studies? I'm very interested in reading these.

October 28, 2015

Ĝi estas ankaû la monde diplo en "Press coverage". Tie estas artikoloj en esperanto (ne traduktaj) pro socio, politiko... Estas esperanta "Monde Diplomatique" (por la francparolantoj kiu koni tion ĵurnalon) Kaj la grandega Reta Vortaro. Ĝi estas vortaro en esperanto, kaj plurlingva al esperanto vortaro (mi ne estas certa de la gramatiko).

July 24, 2015


July 25, 2015

EPIC POST, Thanks you soo much.

July 25, 2015

Saluton! Mi volas aĉeti vortaron de Esperanton tiom mi povas lerni tre bone. Kiu estas la plej bona ?

July 31, 2015

English-Esperanto-English Dictionary de John Wells estas sendube la plej bona. :)

Kompreneble se vi volas vortaron nur en Esperanto, tiam mi rekomendus la Plena Ilustrita Vortaro, sed vi ankaŭ povas havi la samajn informojn en

July 31, 2015


August 2, 2015

Great links! Thanks. Looking forward to getting back to Esperanto after some brushing up on German ready for holiday.

August 27, 2015

Mi estas tre feliĉa granda loko plena de esperantistoj! Mi havas mian sangon fluanta kaj preta paroli plu!

September 3, 2015

Hi tie mi ĵus komencis Esperanton kaj mi amas ĝin ĝi estas tiel amuze paroli Mi nur volis saluti kaj iri ESPERANTO !

September 18, 2015

Is there a list of the words covered in the course? Preferably one that separates nouns, verbs, adverbs, etc...

October 9, 2015

The best list I have heard about is in the Memrise Course associated with the Duolingo Esperanto course. It is organized by skills (same as in the course), not by parts of speech.

October 9, 2015

In Languages 1 Notes it says: "One can use it both for general statements, and to use the active instead of the passive voice:

Oni parolas Esperanton en la domo. Esperanto is spoken in the house."

But isn't this an example of passive voice? Thanks!

November 5, 2015

The Esperanto sentence is in the active voice (Oni parolas...); it is used to express what would be a passive form in English (Esperanto is spoken ...)

November 5, 2015

Ah, thank you! I had believed that what I understood to be the literal translation "One speaks Esperanto in the house" (although in this case this translation doesn't capture the actual meaning as well as the given translation) was actually passive, but I guess it is not.

So for example "One does not simply walk into Mordor" is an active voice sentence; I had not known that. Thanks for the help Ruth!

November 5, 2015

There are ways to form the passive in Esperanto, but it rarely occurs and the preferred option is to use oni and an active voice verb. The passive is usually formed with the verb esti and a participle formed from a verb and the endings "at" for present, "it" for perfect and "ot" for predictive. For example, Li estas donata (it is given), li estas donita (it has been given) and li estas donota (it is about to be given). The different tenses of esti can be used as well. I've also seen the suffix iĝi (to become) to make a vern passive. However, as previously mentioned, the passive is very rare and most Esperantists prefer to use oni.

August 22, 2016

kial uzi "li" anstataux "gxi"?

August 22, 2016

Thank You very much, it is really helpful

November 11, 2015

Very helpful!

Ni amas esperanton! {@style=position: fixed; bottom: 0px; right: 0px}

November 21, 2015

Amuzulo, and Esperanto in Portuguese? When?

November 27, 2015


February 4, 2016


February 28, 2016

Esperanto is such a fascinating language. I hope to start studying it soon

May 17, 2016

Mi amas esperanton. Esperanto estas facila lerni. Mi parolas la angla kaj la hispana. Mi lernas esperanton kaj mi parolas esperanton kiel bebo. (Correct me if I'm wrong.)

July 19, 2016


I just started Esperanto. I know that it was created by one person but are there any countries that it is commonly spoken in?

September 6, 2016

Saluton amikoj! Mi lernas Esperanton sed mi estas komencanto :)

September 9, 2016

Saluton Piktoll, Ankaux mi estas komencanto. :)

October 20, 2016

Saluton Piktoll, Mi estas komencanto ankaux. Kiel vi fartas?

October 26, 2016

La malbelo bebo ludas malrapide

September 30, 2016


September 30, 2016

God, I just took my first Esperanto exam. I scored a 1.75/5.00. That horrible! I thought I was pretty good. And I just made level 8. Guess I'll just have to strengthen my skills. Uy!

October 17, 2016

May I ask where you took an Esperanto exam? I started learning Esperanto a few weeks ago and I am still hungry for information about it.


October 20, 2016

I took one on here. Once you get enough lingots you can take an exam.

October 22, 2016

Thank you very much. Kind regards

October 23, 2016

You're very welcome. Good luck. If you need someone to practice with, I'd be more than happy to help.

October 26, 2016

Very useful. Thanks. We should organize a group or something like that to put all the Esperanto learners, so we can help eachother!

November 10, 2016

Saluton, mi amas lingvoj kaj mi estas komencanto. mi amas esperanto kaj mi volas paroli hun homoj.

December 7, 2016

Saluton, mi tre sxatas Esperanton ankaux. Plesuron renkonti vin cxi tie.

December 21, 2016

Il y a ce site web aussi pour trouver des correspondants, où il y a beaucoup d’espérantistes !

December 22, 2016

cool! Merci / Dankon!

December 22, 2016

I found a good YouTube channel ( not only in Esperanto, but also with really good grammar-related videos. The host, Aaron, speaks Esperanto well and really slowly, so I think it would be good for beginners.

He just uploaded a whole series of videos explaining the use of the suffixes "-igi / -iĝi" that I think beginners will also find pretty useful:

December 29, 2016


January 16, 2017

I started an account on Tinycards for all the lessons on Esperanto. I add more decks as I finish the lessons. Name is the same as it is on here.

June 27, 2017

hey guys, so im new to Esperanto, what can I do to speed up/ maximise efficiency of my learning?

Responses appreciated, thanks

November 28, 2017

"Kurso" sur la reto...

November 29, 2017

Thanks a lot!

January 14, 2018

I love Esperanto!!!!!! Thank you for starting this movement!!!!!

September 19, 2018

I love Esperanto!!!!!! Thank you for starting this movement!!!!!

September 19, 2018

So I live in a town of 2000 people and somebody else knows esperanto. WHAT! How do we find out who that is?

May 22, 2019

Maybe some are interested in the most active esperanto subs on Reddit:

June 5, 2019

Dankon! Tre interesa!

June 8, 2019

is it possible to also compile resources for books/films/music?

July 2, 2015

Is there going to be reading content in Esperanto as there is for the other languages ?

August 10, 2015


August 12, 2015

Cool = mojosa en Esperanto.

December 21, 2018

Well, with Duolingo alone, if we keep growing at the same right as now, we'll reach 10 million learners by 2040. And that's not considering other Esperanto courses here from other languages. :)

August 24, 2015

Seriously? In just 25 years. I probably better sign up now - I tend to forget thinks like that, - and 25 years might not be good for my memory...

August 24, 2015

Sounds like a good idea or a lot of spam.

Who is behind, can we trust them?

August 24, 2015
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I haven't received any spam from them in the year since I signed.

Do you know Stephen Fry (UK celebrity and all-round clever bloke)? He is number 43 and tweeted about it here: But I don't know who's behind the site itself.

August 24, 2015

Thanks chuck, you're the best!

October 4, 2015

Very helpful material man, thanks!

January 22, 2016

Perfect for a Esperanto beginner like me

Dankon ^^

June 5, 2016

Tre bone! Dankengon! ^^

June 5, 2016

wow,thank u!

July 12, 2016

Waiting for esperanto course in spanish

August 23, 2016

Thanks for the infos

September 1, 2016

voy traduciendo esto para adaptarlo al español. Jen antaŭpretigita indekso por la hispana e-kurso baldaŭ lanĉota.

Esta publicación intenta recoger la información más importante en un solo lugar de forma ordenada.


Teclados de esperanto para todos los sistemas Cultura de esperanto Hay tantas formas de aprender esperanto Cuando se usa la -n


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Guía de principales eventos internacionales en esperanto Calendario de eventos en esperanto


¿Árbol de esperanto ya terminado? ¿Y ahora qué hago? Función Reportar/Informar: ¿Cómo y cuándo usarlo? Salón de la fama de esperanto Correcciones de Notas y Consejos Prensa sobre Duolingo Esperanto

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September 5, 2016


December 30, 2016

I feel stupid cause I feel like I'm progressing but not remembering key vocabulary words. I often have to highlight a word cause I can't remember what it means and the I feel like is counter productive.

December 31, 2016

@amuzulo Ĉu vi povus aldoni ligilon al la jenan afiŝon al via listo?

January 11, 2017

Great post! Thanks!

January 12, 2017

Eu finalmente consegui botar meu teclado em esperanto

January 19, 2017

I am learning esperanto. That language is like spanish

February 5, 2017

Spanish - Esperanto ¡Buenos días! = Bonan matenon ¡Buenas tardes! = Bonan vesperon ¿Cómo estás? = Kiel vi fartas? Bien, gracias. = Bone, dankon. ¿Cómo te llamas? = Kio estas via nomo? Me llamo Pedro = Mia nomo estas Pedro.

Spanish and Esperanto are very different. Esperanto is much easier to learn than any other language.

December 21, 2018

I've loved it!

February 8, 2017

I have been enjoying this course a lot. But I find as I get farther and farther along, the dialog I'm supposed to translate is longer and is spoken faster and faster. Yeah, I know I'm supposed to be able to translate it at this point but it's too fast and the turtle doesn't work to slow it down. I've tried the slow turtle icon on several different computers and it doesn't work on any of them so I don't think it's the computer. Can this be hooked up somehow? It would really help on those few long sentences that are spoken in warp speed.


February 26, 2017

We are very sorry that it is not possible to slow down natural recorded speech (such as that used in the Esperanto course) on the Duolingo platform. Only courses with synthetic text-to-speech (such as the original French, Spanish and German) have the button that slows down speech.

February 26, 2017

Thank you - that makes sense.

I sure hope that the dialog isn't this fast for the rest of the course. As the sentences get longer some are so fast I can't hear the small words that are in the sentence. I listen to some 5-10 times and still miss the word. Perhaps as I learn what is supposed to be there, my brain will add the missing words but in the meantime I'll mark those that I can't understand.

February 26, 2017

I promise that it gets easier with time. If you're not too shy, you can try to practice via Skype—the obvious benefit of having a live partner is, of course, the ability to say, "Mi pardonpetas; bonvole parolu pli malrapide."

Here's a little-known secret: a Japanese Esperantist by the name of Faro hosts Esperanto "conferences" via Skype each morning (rain or shine) from 7:30AM EST. Participants hail from all sorts of places, including Russia, Hungary, China, Iran, Germany, Brazil and the U.S.. All levels welcome. Everyone is very friendly :D

If this sounds interesting to you, simply send a friend-request via Skype to


February 26, 2017

Great thread, amazulo! : D

March 14, 2017


March 15, 2017

Nice ^_^

March 17, 2017

Maybe this has already been answered, but is there the possibility of a fluency counter in the future? It seems like it might be interesting. Thanks!

March 20, 2017

Wow! Useful. Wow! What sort of profiles... :-o

March 21, 2017

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    Dankon por ĉi tiu listo! Ĝi estas tre utila! :D

    March 24, 2017

    Very well. Very helpful. Thanks.

    April 9, 2017

    Is there a reason that there is no "words" tab on the top, like in Spanish? it's really helpful to have

    April 17, 2017

    I think somewhere I read it's "Duolingo official" vs "Community" made courses.

    April 17, 2017

    Ni estas numero unu

    April 20, 2017

    thanks thats great!

    May 8, 2017

    I wish I had 3000 lingots.

    June 13, 2017

    Why is there no words tab for Esperanto? I know it's one of the most basic Duolingo features and not the most useful, but I like it in other languages.

    June 29, 2017


    October 1, 2017

    Very complete and useful.

    October 29, 2017


    December 4, 2017

    Grandega !!!!!! Dankegon

    December 9, 2017


    December 23, 2017


    January 2, 2018

    Wow this post is so nicely made!

    January 6, 2018


    February 1, 2018

    Dankon !!

    February 8, 2018

    Thanks, this is great!

    February 26, 2018

    Hey, thanks! Why not add this link to the "Community" Section: Become a Friend of Esperanto (in case you are still too noob to join UEA)

    March 10, 2018

    Bonega propono. Dankon

    March 10, 2018

    I have just joined the Telegram Esperanto chat and I managed to say hi, respond to a question correctly and ask a simple question. As a beginner, what a milestone for me!

    September 7, 2018


    September 7, 2018

    Dankon pro ĉi tio, amiko!

    October 9, 2018

    hello, is there a live messenger for esperanto learners we can use? i am a beginner and i want to practice. i wrote this when finishing my first lesson. any corrections are welcomed! hohoho :)


    Mi estas la virino Vi estas la matenon Mi diras : ‘Kiel vi fartas ?’ Mi dormas bone Gradulon! Pardonu, mi ne fartas bone Mi estas la virino Vi estas la vesperon Mi diras : ‘Kiel vi fartas ?’ Mi dormas bone Gradulon! Pardonu, mi ne fartas bone Bonan nokton , virino Vi laboras multe Bonvenon en fantazio Gis la revido!

    December 12, 2018

    You could use telegram it's a phone application with a lot of esperantists on it.

    December 12, 2018

    Is there any Esperanto group we could join? If not we could create one.... :)

    December 12, 2018
    December 12, 2018

    fun read

    March 8, 2019

    Esperanto is cool

    May 15, 2019


    July 12, 2019
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