Esperanto Resources for community & learning

Learning a language doesn’t do much good if you don’t get opportunity to practice and use it with others.  Here you will find information on where to find other Esperanto speakers and students, and where to find help when you are ready for the next steps.


Self-guided Esperanto resources


DuoLingo is one of the most popular language learning apps today.  It is solely responsible for a large boost in the numbers of Esperanto speakers as it made learning the language accessible and free for everyone.  You can use the mobile app or the desktop website.  This app is best for learning the basics of the language.


Telegram is a chat application like many others, but there is a large and thriving Esperanto community there.  You will find groups for new speakers, polyamorous people, and even a group for exchanging photos of your local area with others from around the world.  This is a great place to practice speaking with others.


There are many YouTube channels about Esperanto as a language and culture.  We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorites to get you started.  Please don’t take this list as exhaustive; we’re certain to have missed a few.


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Online Private Teachers

When you’re ready to move to more advanced levels, or are ready to learn more than you seem to be able to learn on your own, it’s time to check into finding a teacher.  At iTalki, there are many certified teachers of countless different languages, including our beloved Esperanto.

Check out iTalki for more information!