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Language Exchange Community - Practice Foreign Languages

Practice foreign languages with native speakers through language exchange. Meet people, chat, send messages, make friends and improve your language skills...
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Shared Talk is a good place to find native people and exchange language skills. Interacting is an important part of the learning process, so I think this is an excellent tool to improve English skills.

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Oral English assessments and ESL speaking English activities

Spoken English web tools for language teachers and ESL schools.
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Another good website, where the students can listen to native people speaking and can record themselves. The structure of the site is amazing!

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ESL Discussions: English Conversation Questions / Debates: Speaking Lesson Activities

13,420 discussion and conversation questions for speaking practice. 671 FREE ESL lesson plans, handouts, worksheets and downloads. Controversial and mainstream topics.
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This website provides some discussion topics with some dialogues to practice conversation.

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RealLife English – How to Learn English Watching TV Series and ...

RealLife English – How to Learn English Watching TV Series and ... | Web Tools for Oral Skills | Scoop.it
learn english watching TV Hello, everybody! This is my second article for the Real Life English blog and today I'm going to talk about how to improve your English using TV series and movies. Nowadays we have a variety of ...
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Good tips for people who want tips to learn English. The information given here can be used not only for oral skills, but for most of the other skills.

 

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Thays Miranda's curator insight, November 15, 2014 1:03 PM

Yes, you can develop you oral skills watching TV series and movies. ''Here’s something you can do after you watch a movie or an episode of a series: pretend you are telling someone what happened on the episode or movie. Add as many details as you can – go back, say sentences again, look up for new words you don’t know yet and keep practicing.''

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English Pronunciation or Adjective

Explanation of the keys to learning clear English
pronunciation, including how to use natural rhythm, how to produce clear vowel sounds
and how to practice saying English sentences.
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This web site is not so practical as the previous ones that I posted, but it contains a lot of tips and links that help improving Oral Skills!

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English Speaking

English Speaking | Web Tools for Oral Skills | Scoop.it
English Speaking Online - the best way to learn speaking English...
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For me, this website is the best one since you can hear native speakers and you can also record yourself to compare your pronunciation with a native pronunciation.

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Teaching English Using Web 2 0 Tools New

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Great tools to help teaching English focusing on Oral skills. Skype is the only one I used to enjoy, now I can check some different options.

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Learning Chocolate - Vocabulary Learning Platform

Learning Chocolate - Vocabulary Learning Platform | Web Tools for Oral Skills | Scoop.it
Aims to help students and children to memorize English vocabulary in an easy and efficient way, by using image, pronunciation and game. Free and Fun!

Via Ana Cristina Pratas
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Portuguese is not allowed on this website, but improve oral skills in English is really funny and visual in "Learning Chocolate". A lot of draws gather with an audio player to better show the right pronunciation of the words is the best thing of it. 

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Miracle L. Smith's curator insight, December 15, 2013 10:39 AM

Click on the link and enjoy the site.  These categories of topics are very helpful for beginner to medium-level students.  Have fun studying!