Useful links

Websites to practise your English. 

The Internet is a huge world, and it is almost impossible to know all the resources for learning English it contains. These are some of the ones I know which I find more useful. Please, share with us any others you may know!
  • Of course, we must start with the most useful one of all: our favourite online dicctionaryWordreference
  • A pronunciation dictionary (even in Wordreference it is very complete, even with accents): howjsay
  • BBC Learning English and BBC Learning English: language. Undoubtely, one of our main references. The website contains, appart from millions of videos, podcads, etc, very well organized interactive courses here. I recommend you to follow them on Facebook
  • Learning English British Council. And the other one!
  • In my Wiki you can find some funny activities in order to practise basic grammar and vocabulary
  • A website to play interactive games in order to revise basic grammar and vocabulary. 
  • In this blog, created by one of my partners at the EOI, you have activities to revise all the contents in Basic 2 - including the listening ones. 
  • This blog is impressive: it contains links to thousands of links to other resource pages. Take your time to investigate! For example, the list of social networks where you can practise your English, or the section on funny stuff
  • More lists on useful websites here and here, too. 
  • Yet one more huge blog, with infinite actitives: videos, games... you cannot get bored!
  • OM offers free courses on the Basic and Pre-Intermediate levels, conversation, and a lot more!
  • You can also have a look to this blog, with a huge amount of activities. There you can revise basic concepts, using the resources for Beginners; and reinforce the contents on your level, from Elementary to Intermediate. 
  • LearnEnglish-online contains an impressive amount of activities, too; mainly to practise grammar
  • In there's an extensive amount of interactive activities, graded by level. My favourite for practising grammar!
  • With the website Movie Segments to Asses Grammar Goals you can use plenty of movies to practice not only listening, but at the same time grammar and vocabulary. Try it, it's great! 
  • Awesome compilation of free graded e-readers; and a similar one here

You will find resources for specific skills in every skills section (don't miss LyricsTraining, for examle!).

Tools for students and teachers.

They're literally infinite... That is why I'm going to start a list here, even to organize myself...

Educational pages for teachers. 

  • Busyteacher is cool! For example, this article contains fun games to practise grammar. 
  • Cristina's Blog is also one of my favourites. She's just awesome! 

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