When learning a language, a dictionary is an absolute must. For many years, when it came to using a dictionary, you only had a couple of options, and all them involved carrying around a big, thick book everywhere you went. Today, however, there are many dictionaries online that you can use from your computer or even cellphone.
But which online dictionary should I use? There are so many to choose from.
Well, the folks at waketech.com have an answer for you.
To review which online dictionaries are most helpful, click on this link:
I hope that this website is helpful to you. My aim is to provide links to various resources that offer review, practice, and a chance to improve your English skills in some way. There are many wonderful webpages out there that offer so much. Below, I have listed a few that might be helpful to you and a few words describing the site.
a4esl.org Activities for ESL Students
Play games, take quizzes, read grammar, and practice vocabulary
Dave's ESL Cafe
Easy to use, lots of activities, including games, quizzes, pronunciation practice, and stories
Karin's ESL Partyland
Lots of great ESL activities
An English language website to practice conversation, vocabulary, grammar, reading, and more AND all of it has sound so you can listen while you practice
For all skills, lots of activities, exchange messages with other students, and ask questions
You'll find everything from lessons for learners to jobs for teachers, including fun pages like games, quizzes and chat - all free!
Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab
Excellent listening practice
Purdue University's Online Writing Lab
A great place to learn more about writing and grammar
UIC—University of Illinois at Chicago
This is an organized list of many web sites for ESL students
University of Victoria Study Zone
Reading, Grammar and Vocabulary by levels
Do you need to practice choosing the correct verb tense? Do you need to work on using conditionals correctly? How about modals or gerunds? Maybe you want to find some good reading material such as an online newspaper from other parts of the world or an interesting free magazine. Or, perhaps you would like to read a classic book or use online reference materials.
Well, EnglishPage.com has that and much more. This site is one of my favorites, especially for its verb tense practice exercises.
My name is Craig, and I've been teaching English for many years. I initially created this site for my students, but all English learners are welcome. I hope you find something helpful to you. Feel free to leave suggestions or ideas in the Comments section under any entry.