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Free online language network to learn and practice languages with native speakers. Exchange languages using text, audio, or video on computers or mobile devices.
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Practice conversation with people from all over the world on your laptop or android

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Advanced Listening English Practice 1: Comparing Information Delivery

This advanced listening English practice lesson series features a ~150 second listening session followed by the same text read again but this time you ca
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Place of English Grammar in English Language Teaching - ESL TEFL TESOL articles | English Teaching Information

The grammar is the nuts and bolts of a language. It is the foundational stone to get the grip of a language and master it.So, a sound knowledge and clarity in comprehending English grammar is mandatory for every English language teacher. Just like the nuts and bolts need to be used for the smooth functioning of an engine, similarly sound knowledge of English grammar is a must.An English teacher could inspire confidence in a classroom scenario when she has comprehended the English grammar. She will be able to re-structure and apply it under different tenses without altering the meaning of the sentences or use the sentences differently to highlight the different meaning implied.It is only through the understanding of grammar one comes to know the use of 'will' and 'shall' and tenses and its usage which are the fine points of grammar that in turn reflect the language proficiency of a teacher.When the teacher is thorough in her grammatical skills, she could ensure the students grasp
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English Grammar Doubts: Try Sentence Diagramming

English Grammar Doubts:  Try Sentence Diagramming | English Students | Scoop.it
Hi, Diana. I am from Malaysia. I love your website and I love English so much. The problem is, I am always confused. Am I using the correct grammar when
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How to Learn English Fast | The Linguist on Language

How to Learn English Fast | The Linguist on Language | English Students | Scoop.it
Are you in a hurry to learn English? This post is for you! Follow my seven steps and you will learn English fast without forgetting everything afterward.
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Perfect English Grammar Plus

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Subscribe to Perfect English Grammar Plus here.
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Another one of my favorites.. Great pdfs!

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English Grammar Reference and Exercises

English Grammar Reference and Exercises on Tenses and all other Grammar Topics.
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One of, if not the best grammar refresher site on the net.

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5 Most Effective English Grammar Apps for Android Users Across The Globe

5 Most Effective English Grammar Apps for Android Users Across The Globe | English Students | Scoop.it
5 Most Effective English Grammar Apps for Android Users Across The Globe that will help you enhance your skills at using the language.
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English Grammar: Using ‘THE’ before ‘NEXT’ & ‘LAST’

English Grammar: Using ‘THE’ before ‘NEXT’ & ‘LAST’ | English Students | Scoop.it
English articles are tough. When was the last time you watched a lesson about them? In this video, I try to erase the confusion between next, the next, last, and the last. The rule on using the article the before next and last is much simpler than you think. If youre having a hard time with this topic, you should definitely watch this video, and next time youre wondering whether to add a the before one of these words, youll be much more certain. Dont forget to check your understanding by doing the quiz.
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Speaking English Practice Conversation** Questions and Answers**

Speaking English Practice Conversation** Questions and Answers**
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English Grammar Exercise 6(Advance Grammar)

Each of the following sentences may contain an error in grammar, idiom or usage. If there is an error, it will appear in one of th
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The relevance of the study of English grammar and spelling at school

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10 mistakes made by learners of English | OxfordWords blog

10 mistakes made by learners of English | OxfordWords blog | English Students | Scoop.it
Guest blogger Joanna Rubery looks at the different mistakes made by learners of English around the world - and gives tips for how to avoid the most common.
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Learning English has never been easier! | Grammar Newsletter - English Grammar Newsletter

Good Grammar Day to you! We continue our learning. As always, I want to speak to you directly to help you understand and reach your English learning goals. Now I have to set the record straight. First, I’d like to apologize that there is not much regular schedule in our interaction. This post is made...
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Learn English for Free!

Learn English for Free! | English Students | Scoop.it
Get these free resources and learn English for free! Really Learn English is proud to present the Freebies Section – stories, exercises, and grammar. New resources coming soon!
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TOEFL Preparation course in UAE, Al Qusais, Dubai from Oscar Education Group - Laimoon.com

TOEFL Preparation Course from Oscar Education Group in Al Qusais, Deira, Bur Dubai
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Why reading is one of the most fun ways to learn English

Why reading is one of the most fun ways to learn English | English Students | Scoop.it
Who doesn’t love a good story? And while a book written in English keeps you entertained, it can also help to expand your vocabulary and grammar.
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Advanced English Grammar: Participles

Advanced English Grammar: Participles | English Students | Scoop.it
Using participles correctly will dramatically improve the quality of your English writing. If youre learning English for university, IELTS, TOEFL, or for your career, this advanced writing lesson is for you! You will learn to analyze sentences so that you can understand them fully and write your own. Often, English learners are unsure of whether an -ing word is an adjective or an adverb. In this lesson, youll learn how the participle having includes the subject, verb, and conjunction. Ill show you many example sentences, and you can practice what youve learned on our quiz.
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