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Best online language-learning tools

As most of us have been ordered to stay home to help control the spread of COVID-19, we’re all looking for ways to pass the time and learn new skills from the confines of our own houses. Because we will travel again when this is all over, and because speaking a foreign language is an incredibly useful part of our explorer’s toolkit, using our time at home to learn a new language is time well spent. Using a language-learning tool is a cheap, easy, and social way to pick up a new skill. You can...
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Learning English Online — A Resource Guide

A few weeks ago I started a project called "100 Ways to Improve Your English" and posted the first six ways on this blog. Well, I didn't quite make it to a hundred, and the original idea changed somewhat. The final result is a PDF e-book called "Learning English Online — A Resource Guide", which you can purchase for just €5. To find out more, you can  download some sample pages , or read the description below. DESCRIPTIONThese days, learners and teachers of English as a Second or Foreign Langua...
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100 Ways to Improve Your English — #3 Language Exchange Sites

Language exchange websites are places online where people who want to learn a new language can go to meet native speakers of their target languages. For example, imagine that you are a French speaker who wants to practise your English. You can use one of the sites below to find an English native speaker who wants to learn French, et voilà — you can help each other learn. Typically, the exchanges take place via Skype, but there are other options. For example, some sites allow you to find a partne...
Tags: Linguistics, Community, Skype, Speaking, Jeffrey Hill, Learning English, Language Exchange