Author Archives: Mehrsmak

I hope the links in this blog can still be of use

As you’ve probably noticed, this blog has been asleep for a long time. I stopped working at Eductus in Sollentuna in March 2013 – and the last semester there I didn’t teach English. I currently work as an SFI-teacher in … Continue reading

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Anglo-Link

I’ve just found Anglo-Link, where teachers of English explain some of the basics in English grammar. You can learn about lots of things, for example when to use the simple present and when the simple progressive is better. Or when … Continue reading

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Dave’s ESL Café and Free Rice

Dave’s ESL Café has tons of good stuff for learning English. Check out “Stuff for Students” and let me know what you think. There are also 3014 ESL links. Mindboggling! Dave’s ESL Café And: you haven’t forgotten to use Free … Continue reading

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Busuu talk

Have you tried Busuu? It’s an app, a website – and also a blog. A place to learn English ofcourse! It does cost a little bit of money but I think it’s a good investment. They’ve just relaunched busuutalk where … Continue reading

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Wikipedia in Simple English

Did you know that there is a special version of Wikipedia, written in simple English? I didn’t, but there is! And here it is! Look through some of the articles and see if you can understand them. Wikipedia in Simple English A message … Continue reading

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English Online Vocabulary

I have found another very useful site where you can learn English vocabulary. Check out “instruktioner” first before you begin. You can work with the material in different ways. You can also print your own vocabulary lists with sencentes containing the new words. This is … Continue reading

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Sweden #1 at ESL

Swedes are no 1 in the world at speaking English as a second language according to a survey performed by EF – a language school. Do you think it’s true? The Local – Swedes #1 at English The Local – … Continue reading

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