ESL Learning Centre
This is the biggest section, where you can find lessons and tests covering:
- Micro skills: grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation
Macro skills: listening, speaking, reading, writing
Special subject areas such as Business English, Young Learners or ESL Exams
This is the interactive section, and of interest to both students and teachers. For students it can help you to improve your English by "doing". Learning by doing. It mainly contains:
- ESL Forums, where students and teachers can meet and find penpals or discuss a whole variety of topics online. The forum moderators will try to make your participation as easy and enjoyable as possible. Students can also get help on specific grammar questions at the ESL Help Desk, or discuss learning English more generally in Help Each Other with English.
ESL Chat, where teachers and students can meet and chat in English. You'll find people from all over the world chatting here 24-hours a day, either in the main chat room or in person-to-person conversations.
ESL Games, where you can play a variety of English games such as Hangman or crosswords.
ESL Quizzes, where you can test your knowledge of English.
ESL Jokes, where you can have a laugh reading a collection of jokes, some organized by level.
In this section you can find EC-recommended products on sale that will help you make even more progress in English. All products can be delivered to you anywhere in the world.
This section includes many countries of the world, with useful ESL information about each country. For example, you can read the latest news in English about your country. Or you can search for an English language school, either in your country or in another country if you want to study abroad.
In addition, you may like the following free resources:
ESL Progress Newsletter: you receive this newsletter every month by email when you join EC free here.
7 Secrets for ESL Learners: delivered to your email box when you subscribe free here.
ESL Webguide: a directory of useful ESL links here.
There are thousands of pages at English Club, and hundreds of things for you to do. Here are just a few examples of special things you may want to do:
Listen to the news in English (and read the transcripts):
Read This Week in History (a new event every week):
See a new cartoon every day:
Test your level in English:
Learn about and practise for TOEFL:
Read tips on how to learn English:
http://www.englishclub.com/learn-englis ... sh-how.htm
Set up your own English Club:
http://www.englishclub.com/english-club ... h-club.htm
The best way to see what EC has to offer you is to have a good look round. When you find the sections and pages that most interest you, you can bookmark them to make it easier to come back to them each time.
Good luck, have fun and keep making progress!
Josef Essberger, Founder
EnglishClub.com - because people speak English