B1/B2 students: LEARN ENGLISH WITH TV SERIES

You might like to try this YouTube Channel, which has lessons based on short clips from TV series like Modern Family or Friends.

First you watch the clip with subtitles, then some expressions are explained. After that you work on pronunciation and, finally, you watch the clip again without subtitles.

CLICK HAVE FUN

THE FOLLOWING BBC SERIES IS ALSO EXCELLENT FOR B1/B2 LEARNERS. CLICK ON THE IMAGE BELOW:

EXTRA ENGLISH BBC

AND IF YOU LIKE CARTOONS, TRY “HORRID HENRY. CLICK ON THE IMAGE BELOW.

HORRID HENRY

 

 

 

 

extr@ English…

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extr@ English…

promises language learning with laughter, in an authentic London setting. With 30 hilarious, half-hour sitcom programmes, the extra@ series is a delight for anyone learning English, especially young adults. The adventures of the four main characters in their London flat are stylish and funny.

The programmes feature lively, colloquial English dialogue. The characters speak naturally, but clearly with constant repetition and use of visual prompts (subtitles) that help learners without detracting from the storyline. The series follows a syllabus in line with the aims of modern EFL curricula, practicing functions and structures suitable for intermediate level learners.

The Episodes of extr@ English:  CLICK HERE

 

VERBLING – LEARNING ENGLISH ONLINE

INFORMATION FROM FRAN ABOUT “VERBLING”

Hi! In the last week I’ve found an AMAZING website to learn languages, this one:
VERBLING

Every hour there are some live classes with different teachers and you can join them (you have to pay to join a class) and talk with the teacher and the other students. There are listening, writing, pronunciation, grammar and conversation classes.

If you click on the like button on Facebook and do some other stuff you get free classes, but it is worth just listening.

Once you register, you can looking for friends to speak, this is the part I haven’t tried yet, but if this is free it’s just awesome! I have to check this out this week!

See you later!

Hi! One thing that I’ve just realised. It turns out that in Verbling, you have to pay for reservation before the class starts, so this assure you that you are going to be in the class, but if the class has already started and there are free places, you can join the class for free!

Best Android apps for ESL students and learning English

HELPHELP1HELP ME BY RECOMMENDING YOUR FAVOURITE FREE ENGLISH LEARNING APPS. PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT

1. Learn English with busuu.com!

This app helps you learn English through conversational examples that include pictures, making learning very simple and easy for beginners. These examples cover 150 different topics and situations that you might encounter in the real world, as well as an extensive vocabulary containing more than 300 words and key phrases.

What’s great about this app is that it doesn’t need an Internet connection. Once you’ve downloaded it, you can access all the tutorials and interactive tests in it, allowing you to learn English anywhere. You can also create a busuu.com profile where you can sync your learning progress and even ask for help from native speakers from the busuu community.

2. Learn English – Voxy

If you speak Spanish and you want to learn English, try using Learn English – Voxy and you will discover a new, fun, and better way to learn English. This app really is better than going to expensive English classes or buying textbooks. It has hundreds of tests and exercises to help you learn your English fast and has been proven to be twice as effective as traditional teaching methods.

The app also updates you on current events, including news stories on the exercises. Flashcards with audio are also included, helping you out on how to pronounce words in a sentence, as well as an English translation tool that you can use to discover new English words. You also get tips and study reminders from the app, too.

3. WordReference Dictionary app

WordReference Dictionary app review

WordReference Dictionary by WordReference.com is a reference app that provides access to the fantastic dictionaries on WordReference.com

The dictionaries are online and so in order to use this app you will require a constant Internet connection. The app offers an incredible amount of features such as multiple dictionaries, extensive list of compound forms, a multitude of voice recordings, instant access to forums providing answers to your questions, and history of recent searches.

The app primarily allows for English to be translated into other languages such as Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Czech, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Turkish, and Greek. Users will also be able to convert from Spanish to English, and Spanish to Portuguese. You are also provided with conjugations for Spanish, French, and Italian. For users wishing to escape the ads found in this free version, there is the option of an ad-free paid version.

WordReference Dictionary was updated to Version 2.0.5 on January 03, 2013.

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