Learning a new language can always be challenging. Grammar rules, vocabulary, pronunciation…the list goes on. Thankfully, the Internet has blessed us nowadays with a myriad of resources to help us on our way to fluency. There are many wonderful websites dedicated to helping learners improve — whether you’re learning English, French, Spanish, Korean, Swahili, and so on. With regards to ESL (English as a second language) resources, I recommend a few websites. Here they are in no particular order:
This website is for both teachers and learners. There are loads of grammar exercises and activities as well as videos explaining pronunciation points. And…no sign-up fees!
This website is once again for everyone, but there is more of a focus for teachers as there are job listings as well (i.e. teaching English in Asia). Again, plenty of activities for students to help sharpen their language skills.
This website is authored by an experienced ESL teacher and her team. There are wonderful conversation questions to get students thinking and speaking in English. This is one of my favourite sites to use in my fluency-building classes.
Let us know which other resources you use to improve your language learning! Bonus points if the language you are studying is not commonly spoken in the province of Quebec (e.g. Icelandic).