Free English resources

English resources and grammar lessons

English resources for free online. Play games or download free audio lessons to your computer or mp3 player and start learning English instantly.

  • Duolingo – duolingo.com
    • Excellent site combing fun and structured lessons from the very basic vocabulary all the way up to past perfect and 3rd conditionals
  • Lyrics Training – http://lyricstraining.com/
    • Practise your aural comprehension by listening to songs in English, French, Spanish, German etc! Fun way to improve your listening skills.
  • Lingua.ly – lingua.ly
    • Read articles in English and then click on words you don’t know to learn their definitions and store them in a list to practice them later.
  • Connect with English Web
    • Featuring the story of Rebecca, an aspiring singer on a journey across America, Connect With English offers 50 fifteen-minute video programs that will teach English as a second language to high school students, college students and adult learners. Produced by WGBH Boston.
  • The English We Speak iTunes FreeWeb Site
    • Each week, the BBC looks at phrases used in the English language.
  • American English Speech Web
    • The OLI American English Dialect course from Carnegie Mellon supplies the necessary reinforcement of dialectical structure, audio, production technique and phonetic representation for each sound.
  • 6 Minute English – iTunes FreeDownloadsWeb Site
    • Learn and practice useful English with the BBC.
  • Better @ English – iTunes FreeFeed
    • Focuses on conversational English, with an emphasis on idioms and slang.
  • Business EnglishiTunes Free
    • Learn the English you will need to function effectively in an American business environment.
  • Effortless English – iTunes FreeFeed
    • It gets solid reviews.
  • English as a Second LanguageiTunes Free
    • Free Lessons from HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College.
  • English as a Second Language – iTunes FreeFeedWeb Site
    • A very well liked collection of ESL lessons. Over 100 episodes in the collection.
  • English in the Real World – iTunes Free
    • The focus here is on the business world and things financial.
  • English for Spanish Speakers (’Por Fin Aprende Ingles’) – iTunes FreeFeed
    • Si usted haya asistido al menos a un curso de ingles, y usted necesita la oportunidad de escuchar al ingles y hablar el ingles, entonces ‘Por Fin Aprende Ingles’ es el podcast perfecto para usted. Presentado por Carla Staufert-Sauvier, una profesora de Mexico, y Jade Lindquist, una profesora de los EE UU.
  • ESL Business News – iTunes FreeFeedWeb Site
    • A weekly wrap of international business news read in slow, clear English. Listen to the broadcast and follow along in the accompanying script.
  • Film EnglishWeb
    • Site promotes the innovative and creative use of film in language learning. All of the lesson plans revolve around the use of video and film to teach English. Recently won a British Council ELTons awards for Innovation in Teacher Resources.
  • Grammar Girl – iTunes FreeFeedWeb Site
    • Grammar Girl provides short, friendly tips to improve your writing. Whether English is your first language or your second language, these grammar, punctuation, style, and business tips will make you a better and more successful writer.
  • Speaking English – iTunes Free – FeedWeb Site
    • 100+ lessons focusing on English pronunciation and vocabulary.
  • Tu Ingles! – iTunes FreeFeedWeb Site
    • “Tu Ingles” is designed to help Spanish-speakers improve their ear for English. The weekly program features drills of verb conjugation, interviews, advice about idioms, and excerpts of speeches and other recorded spoken material from famous English speakers.

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The Jardin Culturel believes in language learning between teacher and student, face to face and for this reason we don’t offer a paid for multimedia option in our courses.
In our opinion the students who are forced to pay additional fees for “language learning through a software” are being forced to waste their money because there are already a lot of English resources already available! If you know of sites that we can add to this list, feel free to tell us. We want to offer our students the maximum possible!

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