Join for FREE!
Use our English forums to learn English. The message boards are great for English questions and English answers. The more you contribute, the more all members can practice English!
Ask Ebaby! Teachers
hey, at my work place there is a note which presents some websites for people to learn english online… I really wanna share to everybody. and pls add your own to help each other.
1. News sites: Guardian newspaper http://www.guardian.co.uk
the Times Newspaper: www.timesonline.co.uk
Time magazine: www.time.com/time
The Financial Times: www.ft.com
The Economist: www.economist.com
2. Learning English: Bell English Online Practice: www.bellenglish.com
World English: www.world-english.org
English at home: www.english-at-home.com
English club: www.englishclub.com/learning-english.htm
Oxford grammar practice: www.oup.com/elt/global/products/practicegrammar
English Baby: www.englishbaby.com
English online: http://english-online.org.uk
Cambridge dictionary online: http://dictionary.cambridge.org
Longman dictionary online: http://www.ldoceonline.com
3. Listening: How to:www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/grammar/how_to/index.shtml
Talk About: http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/webcast/tae_archieve_2007.shtml
pls copy and paste in the address bar if you don't see the links
09:28 PM Jan 08 2009 |
Go Super to Ask Ebaby! teachers your questions!
Register for TOEFL Now
Practice TOEFL Vocabulary >
Talk about English: http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/webcast/index.shtml
09:30 PM Jan 08 2009 |
United Arab Emirates
thx a lot 4 these sites ….
12:28 PM Jan 15 2009 |
I want to add one more
It is 123helpme.com
This website is very helpful …..People, who interested in improving their writing skills, can look at it easily
It contains many levels of writing starting from student’s level of writing or lets say from
11:47 PM Jan 15 2009 |
Thanks. That's a long list of useful websites – though most of them are British Some of the news websites would be a little too advanced for an average English learner.
Here's an additional site that some people might find helpeful – UsingEnglish.com
07:06 AM Jan 16 2009 |
Hello, everyone! Thanks for these links!
I want to share with you one more - http://www.helpwithstudy.com/
I created the web-site and it is about mine and my friend's experience of learning foreign languages. I also upload lots of free ebooks and reports over there.
Download your first free book "The-Top-15-Tips-To-Learn-A-Foreign-Language" now :)
I will also appreciate any feedback from you.
07:20 AM Jan 16 2009 |
thank you…these websites are so good…if someone want to talk in english, tell me because i´m from Argentina and i´m studing English but, i want to learn more
09:50 AM Jan 16 2009 |
Iran, Islamic Republic Of
Thanks for your very complete and useful info. :)
05:05 AM Jan 17 2009 |
international herald tribune newspaper online
while you are reading you can listen at the same time tru pronouncation
hava a good day for all
banmaixanh thanks to you too
if you want contact with me
05:11 AM Jan 17 2009 |
one more: http://learnenglish.ecenglish.com/
05:24 AM Jan 22 2009 |
And I also want to post a link to a site I created … it is aimed to help people who want to learn an American Accent – though I have nothing against the British one!!
It's RachelsEnglish.com – with a how-to video for each sound and also a blog. My emails are on there and I always welcome pronunciation questions!!
08:41 PM Jan 22 2009 |
Log in to Reply
For information on products for educational institutions, please visit Versation.