Liberation Philology Esperanto
Language Instruction Software
The Esperanto language was invented by L.L. Zamenhof in the late 19th century, with the hope that it would foster communication an international understanding by becoming a universal second language. Though this dream went unrealised, Esperanto remains the world's most enduring artificial language.
Liberation Philology Esperanto helps you build your Esperanto vocabulary in a convenient format available wherever you take your phone. It presents 1157 levels of vocabulary, each of which tests your ability to match a group of ten Esperanto words with their English equivalents. Your answers are immediately confirmed or corrected, and whenever you feel you've mastered a level, you can move on to the next. Periodic cumulative levels are interspersed among these to reinforce your knowledge (giving a total of 1300 levels) and you can also review the word list at any point in the Reference module.
Liberation Philology Esperanto is available from the App Store for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, and from Google Play for phones and tablets running Android 2.2 or higher.
for iPhone, iPad, & iPod touch
for Android phones & tablets
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