These dialogues show how English is used in real life situations.
Practice changing the situations with friends and fellow students.
Buying Clothes - Eating Out - Telephone - Banking - Hotel - Complaining - Selling - Borrowing - Plans and Excuses - Flying - Finding an Apartment - Talking about the Past - Buying Electrical Goods - Reporting a Crime - Preferences - Obligations and Rules
Many learners find listening the hardest skill to master. Our English Listening clips give practice at listening to real life English.
Practice listening the fun way - by listening to songs at eil interactive
The most Common Mistakes made by learners of English are explained and corrected.
Do you feel uncomfortable speaking English? Are you sometimes misunderstood? Here's How to Speak English Confidently and Naturally
Confident Speech in English for all Speakers Based on campus at a major University, SpeechSchool.TV, is an Internet TV Channel that is the result of over 30 years learning and practice in the area of English speech training and voice coaching. Speak more clearly, neutralise a foreign accent, overcome speech problems and make your presentations sparkle! Speech Assessment option available any time, with certificate for achieving excellence: simply plug in a microphone, take the test and receive a graded report.
Idiomatic expressions are often difficult for learners. Our unique Idiom Buster presents a series of common idioms and and their meanings, then tests your knowledge with a fun quiz.
The Reading Room
Practice your reading, improve your vocabulary, and check your understanding of the articles in the Reading Room.
Make friends, and improve your English through real English communication. Some of the best penpal and e-pal sites are listed on our International Friendship page.
Advice and Tips gives guidance for improving every aspect of your English. Help with listening, speaking, reading, writing, vocabulary, grammar.
The Tenses analyzes each tense in detail and provides online practice.
Can, must, have to, don't have to; all are explained in Expressing Rules.
Reported speech explains how to report what was said without using quotes.
ESL and EFL teachers are welcome to make use of our resources.
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- The Future
- Relative Clauses
- Articles (a, an, the)
- Phrasal Verbs
- Your Real Star Sign
Mike Shelby kindly contributed these helpful guidelines: How to Practice English Listening Comprehension and Speaking Skills - Methods for Mastering English Conversation and Vocabulary - Mastering English Grammar - Practical Plan for Mastering English on One's Own
Tips and Tricks: How to Write an English Term Paper contributed article by Smith Paul