- A Guide to Improving Your Vocabulary
Insipid? Obsequious? Vapid? These words may seem new and even strange to you but they're not impossible to learn. Many students and teachers often face the problem of understanding how to tackle vocabulary problems. If you want to improve your word bank in a matter of a few weeks then this guide will sort you out.
- A word a day
Improve your vocabulary with a word a day.
- Apps for Learning English as a Second Language
These are some of the best apps out there for learning and practicing English. They’re split into general categories to make it easier to find exactly what you’re looking for, but are otherwise presented in no particular order.
- BBC Wordmaster
Fun but challenging quiz game.
- Business English
An online conversational English tutor providing help and support with spoken English over Skype.
English language guide, the right site to learn English language.
- Guide to Basic English Grammar
Grammar is fundamental for correctly speaking and writing a language. It is the study of how the sentences of a language are constructed. This study revolves around the construction of words, phrases, clauses, and sentences.
- Kid's Guide to Speech
Learning the correct usage of the parts of speech enables us to not only communicate with others, but to influence, inspire, and motivate people, and make things happen.
- Learn English
Learn English guide, all about how to learn english and how to speak english.
- Learn English Online
Looking for help to learn English speaking online, eAgeTutor is at your service anytime, anywhere. Improve your spoken English skills and build the confidence to succeed in your career and life. Contact eAgeTutor today!
- Masters in English
Guide to Masters in English degrees, online colleges, and organizations.
One word each weekday from the international press.
- Online English Test
Embrace and learn English as a second language. Cleverlearn has the learning tools you need to increase your English competency level. Call us now!
What is a pronoun? A word that replaces a noun or noun phrase to prevent repetition of something already mentioned in a sentence. See the examples and types pronouns: demonstrative, personal, reflexive, interrogative or quantifier.
- Scientific American
Just one of the many scientific publications online.