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Dear ESL All subscribers from all around
We apologize for the delay in sending you
the ESL All January issue of our newsletter.
This month we have selected ten of the very
best sites related to the learning of English as a Second
or Foreign language on the web. They contain a wealth of knowledge
about the four language skills (speaking,
as well as pronunciation,
grammar, vocabulary, interactive exercises and a lot more. For those
of you who have but little experience with available online resources,
here's your chance to get a quick overview of many of the treasures
awaiting you as you visit cyberspace.
Do not hesitate to send us your comments
or questions if you have any.
The ESL All Team
1-EnglishClub.com http://www.englishclub.com/sitemap.htm The
English Club: One
of the biggest and most popular EFL/ESL sites on the Internet! Study
grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation, play games,
meet other students and teachers around the world, find information
about language holidays to study abroad, find penfriends and keypals,
get help on English grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation, test yourself,
and even find copiable resources for learning and teaching English.
2-ESL.About.Com http://esl.about.com/ ESL About:
An excellent site put together by Kenneth Beare. Concentrates
on helping the foreign speaker of English get the best
out of the
Internet while improving English-language skills.
Features include articles on the latest English Net-slang,
conversational challenges, listening strategies, help with
English comprehension tests such as the TOEFL and First
Certificate, and regular features on grammar and comprehension
and a lot more.
ESL Café http://www.eslcafe.com The ESL Café: Another
great site for ESL students and
teachers from around the world.
Scroll down the page and select from a variety of cafe items. You
can take an interactive quiz in the ESL Quiz Center, receive help
with questions related to English in the ESL Help Center, search
for something in the cafe or on the Web in the One-Stop ESL Search
Page, share your experiences with others in the ESL Idea Page,
read and add your own writings to the ESL Graffiti Wall, or ask
Dave a question on the ESL Question Page. There are also
links to other ESL information for both students and teachers,
message exchange, and an ESL email connection.
4- 4esl.org http://a4esl.org/ Activities for
ESL Students: Here's
a high-quality activity project by The Internet TESL Journal.
Includes grammar and vocabulary
tests, crossword puzzles and other activities to help students
of English as a second language. Has thousands of contributions
by many teachers.
English Page http://englishpage.com/ English Page: A
wonderful web site with lots of Free ESL / EFL exercises and resources
for intermediate and advanced English learners. Highly
6- ESL-Lab.com http://www.esl-lab.com Randall's ESL Cyber-Listening Lab: A
great site that helps students improve their English listening
comprehension skills through practice with self-grading listening
7- ELLLO.org http://www.elllo.org/ English Language Listening Lab Online: Listen
to English speakers from all over the world. Over 400 free listening
activities to choose from. Listening activities come with transcripts,
quizzes, pictures, and audio that can be downloaded.
Things for ESL Students http://www.manythings.org ManyThings.org: A
fun study site for students of English as a Second Language with
word games, puzzles, quizzes, slang, proverbs and much more.
EFL Net: Lots
of ESL / EFL student resources. Grammar, phrasal verbs, and vocabulary
exercises, games, and quizzes. Great
exercises for the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)