Intense Esperanto

Intense Esperanto


Can't say much in Esperanto? Need to expand your Esperanto vocabulary? This app will help you memorize TONS of Esperanto words! Thanks to its unique methodology, you will be able to learn up to 100 WORDS/DAY!

If you like Intense Esperanto, you can check out the other versions: Intense German and Intense Latin.

Developer: Enrique López Mañas
Copyright 2010 Judith Meyer

Recent changes:
Fixed a bug that crashed the application at the final stage of each category.

Also, Google Analytics has been added to track the usage of the application (that's why now you need permissions for Internet).
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4.0
User ratings
125
Installs
10,000+
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File size
377 kb
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About Intense Esperanto
Can't say much in Esperanto? Need to expand your Esperanto vocabulary? This app will help you memorize TONS of Esperanto words! Thanks to its unique methodology, you will be able to learn up to 100 WORDS/DAY!

If you like Intense Esperanto, you can check out the other versions: Intense German and Intense Latin.

Developer: Enrique López Mañas
Copyright 2010 Judith Meyer

Recent changes:
Fixed a bug that crashed the application at the final stage of each category.

Also, Google Analytics has been added to track the usage of the application (that's why now you need permissions for Internet).

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A Google User
Dec 13, 2014
Good, not great. Useful for the first couple hundred words, not so much for suffixes & affixes, because provided no context of meaning.
A Google User
Sep 13, 2014
Simple. No bugs.
A Google User
Jun 29, 2014
Useful for me I realy need to improve my Esperanto
A Google User
May 16, 2014
Very useful I like the overall concept. As others have pointed out though, it seriously needs some kind of bookmarking or chaptering to return where you left off or otherwise navigate to individual lists. I'd also like a back button to return to previous exercises during study, and an option to choose which language to start from (Eng/Esp/Random). In the future, perhaps a random quiz feature could be added, or even a full spaced repetition system of some kind.
A Google User
May 11, 2014
Useful free app. Basically like flashcards, the shuffle option stops you learning by place rather than meaning. Dankon!