Anyway, who likes learning English on the internet? Perhaps by visiting/ learning online/ downloading materials from a certain website? :)
Tonight let’s have a light chat about your favorite English learning website on the net. Share it & tell what you can do with it.
- One of my favorite websites for learning English, esp. grammar is
@GrammarGirl‘s http://grammar.quickanddirtytips.com/. Many great articles!
- Another one is Macmillan’s
@onestopenglish http://www.onestopenglish.com/. This website is also a good source for English teachers. @tintin_gustin: me!! when I had a quiz about conditional sentence, I opened https://englishtips4u.com/ and looked for the materials there..hehehe @englishbanana http://www.englishbanana.com/ is also a great source for learning & teaching English. They have games, worksheets, quizzes. @engVid http://www.engvid.com/ “@alyamaudina: i like to watch video on youtube. The channel called engvid.” @ybbebb: http://Livemocha.com « I dont have to buy a lot of books to learn a lot of languages! :D | @ebituitea: Livemocha is free min, I’ve been enrolling myself since 2009, I learn Spanish, French, Italian and English there ;) @VOALearnEnglish http://learningenglish.voanews.com/ “ @BachriMS: VOA english learning” @ir_hafidz: I have two fav links, BBC’s and van mijn universiteit @UTwente | http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish | http://www.utwente.nl/so/tcp/selfstudy/selfstudyenglish.doc/
- bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/ … “
@Ms_AmAmi: BBC learning English, beacuse I’m practicing my British accent.” @stupidisa: I love http://urbandictionary.com . Helps a lot when I stumble across a slang or lingo that I’ve never heard before :D @UsingEnglish http://www.usingenglish.com/ provides references, quizzes, worksheets/handouts for teachers, & they have forums too!
- Many times I stumble upon
@YTatLE‘s http://www.learnenglish.de/ . They cover comprehensive topics like grammar, idioms, common mistakes.
- If you want to practice TOEFL, TOEIC, or other English tests online & get the tips, you can go to http://www.examenglish.com/ .
- Looking for short stories in English? Complete with audio & exercise? Go to http://www.rong-chang.com/ . Many funny stories!
- Kids & teenagers can learn English by graphics & videos on
@LearnEnglish_BC‘s http://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/ . Good place for teachers too! @alfakb: i’m used to stick around @RealLifeEng‘s TL and read articles at their educating website http://www.reallifebh.com
- One of the biggest English learning sites:
@EnglishClub‘s http://www.englishclub.com/learn-english.htm Listening, reading, speaking, writing, all there!
- Looking for a reliable online dictionary?
@CambridgeWords‘s http://dictionary.cambridge.org/ . Complete with British & American pronunciation!
- Another great online dictionary:
@OxfordWords‘ http://oxforddictionaries.com/us . ‘Better Writing’ section helps you write better in English.
- Are you familiar with Betty Azar’s grammar books? Apparently she has a website too: http://www.azargrammar.com/ (not much here tho).
- Meanwhile this website is very comprehensive on grammar & punctuation rules: http://www.grammarbook.com/ . Worth to be bookmarked!
- Bored with traditional grammar explanation? Play grammar games on
@RoadToGrammar‘s http://www.roadtogrammar.com/ They’re fun, I’ve tried!
- This probably one of the coolest English learning sites ever:
@phrasemix http://www.phrasemix.com/ . Learn real & natural English here.
- Another excellent online dictionary:
@dictionarycom‘s http://dictionary.reference.com/ . Famous for its thesaurus. Good to help you write.
- thefreedictionary.com/ isn’t only a dictionary, but also a place to look up phrasal verbs (who asked ‘put up’ earlier?) & idioms!
@liverpudlian2: I like to learn english on anglo-link.com. Many videos that have improved my english especially my listening skill :) @Nuikitaw: Min you have to try http://Englishlink.com Its free and really helpfull.. :) You can know what ur english level.. you can begin ur courses from result of the placement test @obirobby: @VocabularyCom (http://vocabulary.com ) is The most powerful website to increase the quality of your vocabularies
- ego4u.com/ has great materials on grammar outlines. They have diagram of all tenses & list of irregular verbs.
@alfakb: @grammarnet provides fun infographics about grammar, idioms, etc at their site. Simply click http://grammar.net
One note: sometimes some websites tend to use one ‘kind’ of English: American or British. It depends on the country of the web.
Why you should learn English online: it’s flexible (time and place), you can control your own learning (speed and need), and it’s FREE!
Last words from me:
“Don’t waste your money & bandwidth for something useless & meaningless. Spend them wisely! Learn English online!”