Websites for learning english
Here are some links for other websites and resources for learning English that I think are useful. They are all designed for language learners except for TED and Psychology Today.
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IELTS Liz is a great place to start. The site has lots of information about the test, practice materials and YouTube videos, and it’s easy to use.
Reading, listening and speaking websites
BBC 6 Minute English is an excellent listening resource. Every week, two people talk about an interesting topic and teach you some new words. Audio script is available, too.
News in levels has news stories to listen to or read in three different levels of difficulty. Try level 1, then 2, then 3 of the same news story.
Lyrics Training is a fun site to practise listening. It’s like a game in which you listen to songs and fill in the missing words while you listen.
English with Lucy is a popular YouTube Channel. Lucy is a British English teacher who creates short videos about useful language and pronunciation.
Although not designed for people learning English, TED has short talks about really interesting topics, and is a good way to improve your English and learn some interesting stuff.
Again, not designed for students, but Psychology Today is a good place to get an introduction to interesting ideas in psychology and improve your reading skills.
Grammar and vocabulary websites
More lists of wesbites and resources for learning English
IELTS Liz has a comprehensive list of resources for IELTS.
One Minute English has a list of 10 free websites, as well as some paid websites and places you can learn with a teacher.
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