A summary of esperanto grammar, for english-speakers.
Web-Based Esperanto-English Dictionary
This dictionary seems to me more ergonomic than most, particularly for sustained translation tasks, because previous answers remain on the screen, ready to be highlit and pasted anywhere.
It has no separate text-entry field; with the mouse anywhere in the browser, just type a word (in esperanto (x-notation) or english) followed by Return.
Also, the dictionary does not need web-access to work; so you can just save a copy to your local disc and use it off-line.
Esperanto-English Dictionary in Perl (eo_en)
This dictionary is the basis of the above web-based dictionary, but it works at the command line.
Also, it handles pasted query-texts, and query-texts either in x-notation or in UTF8-format.
It offers the following options:
- -x produces output in x-notation; this is the default
- -h produces output in HTML-format
- -u produces output in UTF8-format
- -a outputs all the dictionary, in text form
Peter Billam, pjb.com.au