Tag Archives: English

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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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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Education Quizzes

Are you a fan of quizzes? In that case I think you should try Education Quizzes. It’s made for native speakers of English mainly, but if you choose the easier questions you’ll be ok. E.g. KS2 English. All kinds of … Continue reading

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English Grammar Online

There are so many sites for learning English out there … Makes it difficult to chose … But English Grammar Online seems really good. You can practice grammar, learn about the English speaking countries, play games, find out how to … Continue reading

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News in Levels

I’ve just discovered a new site which I think will be really good to use in class – and for the students to use at home. It’s called News in Levels and, as you might guess, it has news in … Continue reading

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Teacher Phil

I just had to make a quick entry and tell you about Teacher Phil on Youtube. Click the link and listen to lots and lots of lessons by Phil. Everything from beginner English to more advanced. Chose a category on … Continue reading

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How we want to learn

We want to practice for the national test. Mostly for the oral and the written parts. What sort of subjects will we have to write/talk about? How can we forget our native languages and begin to think in English? We … Continue reading

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