Volume 3, Number 1

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November 2010

A Seven-Fold Approach to ESL / EFL Language Learning


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Dear ESL All subscribers from all around the world,

After months of inactivity, we are publishing our monthly newsletter again. As before, it will aim at helping you to learn English by providing a variety of free useful resources online, all of them carefully chosen for their accuracy. But you will notice some minor changes in the approach.
Since the learning of a new language is all about efficient information exchange, we have decided to put forward a new formula based on the two major aspects of any efficient communication, which are the reception and the transmission of a given message.

This month, the resources submitted for you to explore were chosen for the general and comprehensive aspect of their content as well as for their excellence. We believe they will provide you with the concepts you are seeking and we hope you will find them as interesting as we do.
To conclude, we leave you with a suggestion- since you are our faithful suscriber, why not create a folder named « English » in your browser’s favorites ? This could include seven other folders named listening, reading, speaking, writing, grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. This would allow you to classify the links we send to you every month and would be a time-friendly way to go back to them whenever you need or feel like.

See you in December,

Your ESL All Team

Randallís ESL Cyber-Listening Lab: One of the best listening sites to improve your listening comprehension skills through practice with self-grading listening quiz pages. The site contains general listening quizzes, listening quizzes for academic purposes, 20-minute ESL vocabulary lessons, language learning and life tips, and long conversations with RealVideo.

GopherCentral.com: Free newsletters and ezines, and other free mailing lists directly to your email account. From news and hobbies to laughs and sports, lots of free ezines and newsletters to choose from.

MyLanguageExchange.com: voice chat service that will help you practice speaking English with a native speaker anywhere in the world. They provide free, helpful guidelines and tips on how to do a language exchange, as well as free lesson plans designed by an expert in language exchange learning. This site uses Paltalk, a free downloadable program that enables simultaneous voice and text chat.

MyLanguageExchange.com: Free international penpals via protected email. Penpal site for exchange of languages and cultures.

The English Club: One of the best ESL sites in the world. A collection of grammar lessons that also have quizzes to check your understanding.

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