We get a lot of questions from those for whom English is a second language. Of course, if you have the money, you can always try Rosetta Stone. However, today I found a great page on Facebook, "[URL=“https://www.facebook.com/EnglishIF”]English is Fun". It’s free to like. I looked at their timeline and although it’s a new page, they already have several fun facts and good tips on their page.
Thank you for sharing. Liked the page.
For those of you who are writing in English a lot, Grammar Girl is a free podcast that I am subscribed to. Of course, always Google when in doubt about writing a particular sentence helps you to improve.
For the past five years I have been involved in the development
of Connect-Learning, the latest English Language Learning Course.
Originally the course was developed for the PC and soon to be available for iPads.
Each 400 lesson/100 hour course requires online registration.
Once downloaded internet connection is only required to update the Learner Management System.
Extensive progress reports are emailed and ideal for either personal or tutor usage.
The courses are not free but less than the price of half a dozen British Big Macs.
Beta testers required now for the iPad version.
Special Note to all authors: The online Authoring Tool was used to produce all the units and available for your content…
Very nice…I understand how much fun is learning English.I nicely enjoy learning English that too videos http://youtu.be/-XR4mnc2wqs I am having fun learning English.It’s really helpful.
well i am a Spanish guy i have lots of problems while speaking or writing English what do you think guys what can i do for improving my English vocabulary
Start by using the search feature of this forum to read through the dozens of posts on how to improve your English here. Then if you have a specific question, start a thread to ask it and get the help you want.