ESL Links – Online English As A Second Language Resources
ESL links are listed below for English speaking, listening, reading and writing. This ESL links page features original, innovative resources for English as a second language learners to learn and improve their English.
Learn English 10 easy steps2 Tutorial by the English Circle
Learning a new language can be difficult — but with practice and the right resources, you can quickly learn to speak fluent. How can you stay motivated? Take action. Get started on these 10 easy steps to learning. Research shows that action isn’t just an effect of motivation– it is also the cause of it. Once you make a little progress on your English, you’ll feel inspired to do even more.
In this article Barbara Hall recommends that you follow 10 easy steps to success so that you can quickly become fluent in English.
Practice with real academic vocabulary, read model essays on many academic topics,
American English is a U.S. Dept. of State website for teachers and learners of English
AudioEnglish.orgi ncludes beginning English, travel English, telephone English.
BBC Learning English website provides learning English exercises including, speaking, idioms, grammar, vocabulary.
Free online English reading practice for learners.
Watch videos at English Central to practice English.
Learn English naturally at Ello.org by listening to over 300 speakers from 100 countries with our free video and audio lessons!
English Page.com gives English tutorials with interactive exercises.
Useful resources and activities for teaching English learners of all levels – lesson plans, vocabulary sheets, listening and reading practice, conversation topics.
Many Things provides interesting things foe ESL students including games, puzzles, jokes and songs.
Talk English provides free English speaking lessons, English listening lessons, idioms.
UsingEnglish.com was established in 2002 and is a general English language site specialising in English as a Second Language (ESL)
Voice of America provides English lessons at different levels including audio and video resources.
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