I have also found that the editions of the magazine Juna Amiko from the ILEI (Esperanto Instructor Association) is available for download. ‘jarulo kiu Impresis la Bulonjan Kongreson’ [on Privat] in Juna Amiko No. 93 ( ). Rpt in B. Ragnarsson La Lingvo Serena () pp. ‘Du Kodoj de. Juna Amiko is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Juna Amiko and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the .

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One of the best way to use and learn Esperanto is by reading magazines. You get to practice using the language while seeing the views and opinions of Esperantists from all over the world.

There are hundreds of magazines in total as most countries and interest groups have their own review. Esperanto magazines do not have one flat subscription rate, instead the price varies by country, with poorer countries paying less and richer countries paying more. This post was translated from Esperanto.

It ami,o designed for teenagers and beginners, so it is written in a simple and easy to understand level of Esperanto. The magazine only uses the 1, most basic words of Esperanto.

It contains conversations, stories, comics, songs and games. It has been published four times a year since by the International League of Esperanto Teachers.

It is published in Slovakia and has 40 pages. Every issue between and is available here for free. It focuses on themes relevant to the Esperanto movement, the activities of UEA and the language itself.


The articles mainly relate to events, national associations, activism, campaigns, interviews with Esperantists, speeches, books and Esperantists who have died. It appears 11 times a year and contains juha pages. Unlike Revuo Esperantoit rarely discusses organisational affairs usually only a little about TEJO instead it focuses on youth topics. It is much less formal and much more cool and casual. Generally, it contains articles, interviews and essays but from a youth viewpoint.

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It also has articles written in easy Esperanto suitable for beginners. First published init appears 6 times a year and has 22 pages. Monato jua correspondents with work contracts in 43 countries and subscribers in 68 countries.

As a rule, only people who live in juuna country can write about it, in order to get a local perspective. Founded init has 27 pages and appears 11 times during the year.

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Issues between and are available here. It contains poetry, prose, essays, stories, both original and translated. It contributes massively to the culture of Esperanto and shows the beautiful and creative ways the language can be used. Founded init appears three times per year and each issue contains roughly pages. The International Esperantist Scientific Association publishes this scientific journal.

It has continuously appeared since and is a continuation of the International Scientific Review founded in It is very important for the prestige of Esperanto and shows that the language is capable of discussing complex technicalities. The entire archive is downloadable for free from its website.


Published in Kaliningrad, Russia, it contains articles about books, world news and events. Although it was only founded init has the same name as a magazine published from It appears monthly and has 25 pages, but from it will only appear online. So those are the main Esperanto magazine, at least in my opinion. Beletra Almanako and Scienca Revuo contribute massively to the culture and prestige of the language, so I am very proud of them.

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