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Listen&Learn: The Chernobyl Disaster
A tragic event in history that contributed to the controversy surrounding nuclear power.

5 English Podcasts You Should Listen to in 2020
The article is about the amazing benefits of podcasts. It also suggests which podcasts to listen to when learning English.

Why is OET the Best Test for Nurses & Doctors Moving to USA?
OET grades are now recognized in the US for doctors and nurses due to the emergency requirement of professional assistance to address the pandemic.
OET

Minimal Pair /əʊ/ and /aʊ/ as in KNOW and NOW
Below is a list of words that vary only by one having the vowel sound /əʊ/ and the other the vowel sound /aʊ/.
minimal pairs

Listen&Learn: Frida Kahlo
A famous artist from the 20th century, known for her self-portraits.

The Strange Language of Journalists: A Brief Introduction To Journalese
‘BOSSES BLAST CHIEFS’ — or so a typical, tabloid headline might read. It is technically an English sentence. As in, it has a subject, a verb and an object, but the meaning is obscure. That’s because it is a sentence written in journalese: the language of newspapers.
journalese

History of Rock Music - updated
This page looks at the vocabulary of Rock Music through its history, people and songs.
Neil Young

Symbols Picture Quiz
Can you name these symbols?
ESL Picture Quizzes

Minimal Pair /ɒ/ and /ɔ:/ as in COT and CAUGHT
Below is a list of words that vary only by one having the vowel sound /ɒ/ and the other the vowel sound /ɔ:/.
minimal pairs

Minimal Pair /æ/ and /ɑ:/ as in HAD and HARD
Below is a list of words that vary only by one having the vowel sound /æ/ and the other the vowel sound /ɑ:/.
minimal pairs

Listen&Learn: The Hobbit
One of the most well-known books of the fantasy genre.

5 Simple and Effective Ways to Expand Your Vocabulary
The article is about fun, yet effective ways to improve English vocabulary.

Listen&Learn: The Library of Discarded Books
A library in Turkey that rescues books that have been thrown away.

Listen&Learn: Science of Colour
Learn how our eyes detect colours, and why some light is invisible to humans.

History of Country Music updated
This page looks at the vocabulary of Country Music through its history, people and songs. For other genres see Popular Music Genres.
country instruments

Listen&Learn: The Cold War
The dangerous rivalry between two powerful countries that lasted over 40 years.

5 Ways to Use Translation to Boost Your English Learning
Tomedes translation company details five ways to use translation to boost your English learning, from music and film to cooking.

Prepositions of Movement Picture Quiz
Choose the phrase that best describes the direction of movement in each picture.
ESL Picture Quizzes

Prepositions of Place Picture Quiz
Can you find the correct preposition of place?
ESL Picture Quizzes

Listen&Learn: Marie Curie
Learn about one of history's most well-known female scientists.

Tableware Picture Quiz
Can you name these items of tableware?
ESL Picture Quizzes

Green Vegetables Picture Quiz
Can you name these green vegetables in English?
ESL Picture Quizzes

5 Things to Keep in Mind While Preparing for TOEFL
There are several important things you need to know to prepare for TOEFL properly and get the desired result.

Fruits Picture Quiz
Can you name these fruits in English?
ESL Picture Quizzes

Listen&Learn: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
An iconic fantasy children's story about a girl trying to find her way home.

12am & 12pm – What’s the difference?!
Learn about the difference between am & pm as well as other key words for telling the time.

Listen&Learn: Rubber Ducks Lost in the Ocean
How a failed shipment of rubber ducks helped scientists understand ocean currents.

Presidents of the United States of America
Reverse-chronological list of US presidents from George Washington to Donald Trump. Chronological and reverse-chronological order.

The Big Bang Theory
The theory of how the universe came into existence.

Sports Equipment Picture Quiz
Can you name the sports equipment in English?
ESL Picture Quizzes

PANdemics and Other PANs
The coronavirus disease outbreak of late-2019 was declared a pandemic in March 2020. Since then, few English speakers or learners are unaware of the word pandemic, a clue to whose meaning is in that innocent little pan- at the beginning. Here we explore a few other words that share the same pan-.
pandemic

The French Revolution
A violent revolution that would change France's government forever.

Gym Equipment Picture Quiz
Can you name the gym equipment in English?
ESL Picture Quizzes

Musical Instruments Picture Quiz
Can you name these musical instruments in English?
ESL Picture Quizzes

Learn English with Professor Trump
Study English with a master of the English language. 10 classic Trumpian nicknames. Learn the vocabulary you really need to succeed in English.
Professor Trump

William Shakespeare
The famous writer from 16th-century England, whose plays have inspired countless adaptations.

US National Anthem
Also known as "The Star-Spangled Banner"

Household Appliances Picture Quiz
Can you name these household appliances in English?
ESL Quizzes

Fruit and Vegetables Picture Quiz
Can you name these fruits and vegetables in English?
ESL Quizzes

Sports Picture Quiz for Kids
Can you name these sports in English?
ESL Quizzes

Anne of Green Gables
The story of a young orphan named Anne Shirley.

Time Picture Quiz
What time is it?
1110

Tools Picture Quiz for Kids
Can you name these tools in English?
ESL Quizzes

How to Structure Your IELTS Essay
I often discover that students don’t know where to start structuring their essays for their IELTS exam. This post shows you how to structure your essay.

How to Develop as a Teacher
How you can improve and develop as a teacher, whatever stage of your career you’re at

The Monkey’s Disgrace
Human evolution from a monkey perspective

The Voynich Manuscript
A mysterious book written in an unknown language.

5 Steps to English Fluency
Speaking English fluently is a goal for many English learners. Learn the steps to English fluency with these proven tips.

Get it?
get [something] (verb): receive, contract (a disease); understand – and many more meanings

How Vaccines Work
Learn how vaccines help the body fight off disease.

Body language across cultures – a short etiquette guide for TEFL teachers
A look at what you, as a TEFL teacher, might need to consider before communicating in some of the most popular destinations around the world.

The Titanic
The tragedy of the most famous sunken ship.

Amelia Earhart
One of the most widely-known female pilots - and the mystery of her death.

7 Ways to Boost your English Skills during Quarantine
This article will give practical tips on how to boost your English while you're self-isolating and saving the world.

Win Prizes with 2-minute Home Video Challenge!
Stuck at home? Do you have a phone or videocam with you?

How to Improve Your Spoken English Naturally
To improve your English naturally, efforts in the right direction have to be made. Here's how...

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
A children's book about a magical world that became one of the most famous classic novels of all time.

The Queen’s Coronavirus broadcast: ‘We will meet again’
In a rare speech, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II delivers a special message to the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth during the coronavirus pandemic; and echoes the words of Vera Lynn's wartime song, 'We will meet again.'

The Mona Lisa
How the world's most famous painting became so popular.

Individualization
Let this imaginary English teacher explain what you need to know about individualization

The Science of Hand Washing
Learn how hand soap works against bacteria and viruses.

Stuck at home?
Here's something you could do if you're stuck at home, in a single room.

The Easiest Ways to Build Your Vocabulary
Here are the six best ways to boost your vocabulary within the shortest possible space of time.

The Moon Landing of 1969
"That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind." -Neil Armstrong

To panic, or not to panic? That is the question
What do YOU think?^^

Albert Einstein
The man considered to be the greatest scientist of the 20th century.

Summary: Little Women
A classic novel from the mid-19th century.

Business English for Your Career
What makes Business English different? If you're learning for your job and career you want to get more fluent quickly.

All About Mardi Gras
Food, parades, dancing, and masks - learn about the Mardi Gras celebration.

The Smartest Animals in the Sea
These sea animals can have conversations, use names, and recognize their reflections.


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