Englisch Lern - Links

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Mir hat das gut gefallen, und ich empfinde die hier verlinkten Seiten als hilfreich und angenehm, um die eigenen Englisch-Kenntnisse zu verbessern,oder einfach nur den Anschluss nicht zu verlieren.
Hier noch ein Englisch<->Deutsch Wörterbuch, welches ich sehr gern benutze. Und nun:

This is a list of websites that will help you improve your English.
Go to at least one of these great websites each day.

Have fun!

Ms. Leavitt, ESOL

www.bbc.co.uk/skillswiseHelpful English games, worksheets, factsheets, and quizzes
www.teflgames.com/games.htmlESOL games. Click on the menu bar on the left, or scroll down to For Students.
owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/eslESL Resources, Handouts, and Exercises
www.edufind.com/english/grammar/toc.cfmOnline Grammar Help
www.pdictionary.comInternet Picture Dictionary
www.eduplace.com/kidsClick on Schoolbooks, Games, or Brain Power.
www.wordcentral.comClick on Daily Buzzword, and learn a new vocabulary word each day!
www.school.discovery.com/puzzlemaker/wordlistsVocabulary word lists for History or Science
www.talkeasy.co.uk/link/materials/material.htmlESL Worksheets and Online Tasks Index
a4esl.orgActivities for ESL Students
www.webenglishteacher.com/grammar.htmlGrammar, Mechanics, and Usage
www.webenglishteacher.com/vocab.htmlClick on Vocabulary, Grammar, or ESL.
www.esl-images.comYou need an account by now to access the flashcard libraries; You may be able to retrieve samples in the lesson plan library
www.vocabulary.co.ilLearning Vocabulary Can Be Fun!
www.tv411.org/index.shtmlClick on Reading, Writing, or Vocabulary.
www.gamehouse.com/downloadgamesSearch for Word Games.
grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/Guide to Grammar and Writing
www.brainpop.comGood interactive site
www.yahooligans.com/reference/factbookClick on Dictionary, Thesaurus, World Factbook, or Encyclopedia.

compiled by Elaine Leavitt, ESOL

I think the following links are quite a worthy addition to this site of compiled links and people could benefit thereof.
Katrina Siddall provided / found the following website that has information on parts of speech which can be used in teaching too:
Helen Smith provided a link to the site of her business:
They offer free trial classes to (their) students. All their first lessons are free of cost.
Basically they offer to teach english using a tutor system. Online. It is a commercial enterprise. They provide the tutors, the material, the service. You - with any luck - learn. Its not free of charge, but may be just the way to get you on the track, when other (self-learning) training methods failed.
Ugur Catak provided a link to his dictionary-project. They have example sentences for all english dictionaries and a double click chrome plug-in providing the aforesaid can be found there as well.