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Please enjoy the 1,600 FREE, original stories (200 of them using Simple Present Tense only) and 273 short dialogues for ESL and other English learners, with exercises (Vocabulary, Cloze, Crosswords, Scrambled Sentences, Dictation) and/or audio.
The 600 NYC stories are exactly 150 words long, with Normal Audio and Slow Audio (but no exercises). These stories are for grade levels 0.1 to 13.2. The black number after each story title (see the Table of Contents) tells you the Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level (see Wikipedia or Readability-Score).
If learning English is difficult for you, you're not alone. It's difficult for many learners. Don't give up. You CAN learn English. It just takes lots of patience and practice.
—Mike March 23, 2018
Popular Websites—ESL & Other
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Look at the alphabetical list below (according to the URL, but sometimes according to the page title—sorry!). I add more as I find them, or as readers (like you!) suggest them. All the following links were working as of November 13, 2014 (which was a lonnnng while ago, I know). Please contact me if you find any bad links. ... 12‐18‐17 PLEASE NOTE. In 2018, I'm going to be removing sites 1‐93 that are not ESL or English related. Sorry!
English as a Second Language (ESL) Sites, plus Typing Lessons* and Reference Sites*
Most of these sites contain free content; many are for students and teachers. (NOTE. In alphabetical, numbered list below, * = non-ESL site)
a1. Three sites that will help you a lot when you're online are Google Search, Google Images, and Google Translate.
a2. If you want to learn everything about everything, visit Wikipedia (and please donate if you can) or YouTube.
a3. Who starred in what movie in what year? Go to the Internet Movie Database.
a4. For the words to all your favorite songs in English, go to lyrics.com, songlyrics.com, metrolyrics.com, or AZlyrics.com.
a5. Need a definition? Go to OneLook Dictionary Search. Need a synonym or an antonym? Go to Thesaurus.com.
a6. What English word rhymes with "orange"? Find out at RhymeZone or Rhymer.
a7. What does a particular abbreviation or acronym stand for or mean? Go to Abbreviations.com. How about definitions of legal words in plain English? See Nolo's Free Dictionary.
a8. Click on these links for U.S. Area Codes, U.S. ZIP Codes, and International Country Codes.
a9. Lost? Click on Maps of U.S. States, Counties, Cities, & ZIP Codes or Maps of the World.
a10. What's the Time and Date or the time now (WCAG 2.0 compatible) anywhere in the world?
a11. One pound equals how many kilograms?
a12. Which words begin with GRA? Try WordFind, MoreWords, or WordHippo. Want more word fun? Try Scrabble Word Finder, Word Search Puzzles, and Online Word Search Puzzle Games.
a13. Do you want to read new Fun Facts and play new Word Games every day?
NOTE: All the links on this page are posted for free. Also, link numbers/letters might change over time; 58c might become 58d or 59a, for example, as I continue to add links. If you have an interesting link related to ESL or English, email it to me, and if I like it, I'll post it, no charge. ALSO (because many other sites say this, maybe I'd better too): Visit the sites on this page at your own risk. PLEASE NOTE: In 2018, I'm going to be removing sites 1‐93 that are not ESL or English related. Sorry! 3‐18‐18: I started the removal. More removals to come. Mike
1a. 4 Teachers (http://www.4teachers.org/) "Teach with Technology." This site is primarily for teachers, but it has lots of material for ESL students, too (just click on the many different links). It has a Spanish version, too. It needs donations to keep running, so please chip in if you can.
1b. * AcademicHelp.net (academichelp.net) "Expert Essay Pre‐Grading. Get an expert to analyze your paper to know your grade before turning in your paper. Free Academic Help Sample Collection Giveaway! Join hundreds of students who received exclusive samples to writing quality academic papers now! Sign up to download our eBook of 1,254 samples!"
2a. Activities for ESL/EFL Students (a4esl.org) Thousands of contributions from teachers, including tests, puzzles, exercises, bilingual quizzes, and iPhone/iPod. A project of The Internet TESL Journal.
2b. * Accredited Schools Online: A Guide to Online Schools (accreditedschoolsonline.org) "We analyze the current state of online education, where it stands and where it's heading. We'll take an in-depth look at the benefits and experience of an online education; choosing an online school or program; the methods, technologies and resources employed by schools in program and course delivery;online learning and students with disabilities; tips for student success; and many others."
3a. Adele's ESL Corner (http://www.adelescorner.org/index.html) "Welcome to Adele's ESL Corner. This website is free for anyone to use on the Net. It's designed as a tool with which students can consolidate what has already been introduced in the classroom or learnt through self-study. It doesn't present grammar rules or show students how to answer questions apart from examples in some exercises. The simplicity of the design for the website has been intentional. Many of the migrants coming to Australia as refugees have few computer skills. So, site navigation has few levels to make it easier to learn English online. Disruptive, animated images have not been used. I hope Adele's ESL Corner proves useful to teachers and students alike."
3b. Adult Learning Activities —CA Distance Learning Project (cdlponline.org) Audio and video stories and exercises. Topics include Working, Law and Government, Family, School, Nature, Housing, and Money.
4. * Affordable Colleges Online for ESL/ELL Students (https://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/college-resource-center/college-transition-guide-for-esl-students/) "Affordable Colleges Online has created an expert-driven resource guidebook for ESL/ELL students seeking advice and information about affordable programs from Community Colleges that offer flexible online learning classes. Roughly 4.6 million English language learners attended U.S. public schools in 2014‐15 and, while many of these students have the English skills needed for everyday life, some lack the language proficiency to get into college. Or they may have misconceptions about college so aren't even thinking about going. But many of these students have the drive and ability to do well in higher education. They just need the right information, support, and tools to get there. ESL/ELL students can find those resources in this guide."
5a. AgendaWeb: Free English Exercises (agendaweb.org) "The best free English exercises from the best free websites. Hundreds of free exercises to learn English online: grammar, verbs, vocabulary, listening, songs, and videos. Worksheets and handouts. English teacher resources. Phonetic. Translators, dictionary."
5c. Apps 4 EFL (https://www.apps4efl.com/) "Apps 4 EFL is a Web‐Based Language Learning (WBLL) platform for teachers and students of English as a Foreign Language (EFL). It utilizes creative commons data and open web technologies to facilitate engaging online study. It features: Integrated access to over 5 million Wiki texts, 125 million Quizlet flashcards, and 385,000 example sentences in 14 languages; Automatically generated cloze tests; Automatically generated vocabulary matching, typing and dictation tests; Text‐to‐speech (TTS) and speech recognition (ASR) with Vocalyzer; Integration with YouTube and Dropbox; Student tracking and management tools for teachers; Text analysis tools; And much more!"
6b. BBC Learning English (http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/general/) "Inspiring language learners for 70 years." Many audios of six minutes and many of one minute ("Express English"), with exercises.
7a. * Best Colleges (http://www.bestcolleges.com/resources/writing-guide-for-undergrads/) "Writing Guide for Undergrads: Grammar, usage and writing skills are often not covered after middle school, and yet undergraduate programs have high expectations for the papers their students submit. Learn more about honing your writing skills for college."
8. Better English (AKA Business English Grammar Lessons) (http://www.better-english.com/) "Better English have been successfully helping people to learn Business English online since 1998. We started these online lessons to help our own students. Very quickly, people throughout the world found out about our lessons by word of mouth. Now almost 20,000 people use our Business English lessons every day. We send out a free English lesson by email most weeks. There is absolutely no charge and you can stop receiving them at any time, just by clicking on a link in the email." The site also has business English language lessons.
9a. Brain Pop ESL (http://www.brainpopesl.com/) "BrainPOP ESL uses lively, engaging content to teach English to speakers of other languages. Lessons are built around animated movies and supporting features that reinforce vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, reading comprehension, and writing skills. See what a difference it can make for your ESL/ELL students!" It's a free and pay site.
9c. BumpReveal ESL for Kids Resource Guide (https://bumpreveal.com/resources/esl-for-kids/) "Learning English as a second language can be hard, but it doesn't have to be tedious and boring. When it comes to ESL for kids, it's even more important to keep things fresh and fun. That's why these ESL resources are tailored to kids and their special ability to have fun while learning."
10a. Business English Site (businessenglishsite.com/) "Welcome to our site! BusinessEnglishSite.com is one of the best, and most popular, places online to learn and practice modern Business English. Our content was created by people with many years of corporate experience, people who actually use Business English on an everyday basis, so you know that you'll get the best, most accurate business vocabulary, phrases, expressions, and jargon. We have divided our content according to topic. You'll find exercises relating to accounting, sales and marketing, project management, interviews, information technology (IT), and more. We also have a series of exercises devoted to Medical English. We've tried to make these exercises as diverse as possible to give ESL students a chance to practice both Business English grammar and vocabulary. Whether you want to learn specialized terminology related to your field, or simply to practice the Business English that you already know, we hope you enjoy our site and find it helpful."
10b. Busy Teacher (http://busyteacher.org/) "Find That Perfect Worksheet: Browse our database of 16,202 worksheets created by other busy teachers like you." Its tabs are Worksheets, ESL Articles, Seasonal, More, and Our Store. Teachers will find plenty to like. It's a free and pay site.
11a. Carlos Romero (carlosromero.com) "Textos Fáceis para Ler e Ouvir em Inglês Audio: Clique em qualquer um dos dois links acima para ler um texto curto em inglês , bemfácil de compreender. Ao mesmo tempo em que faz a leitura, você também ouvirá o texto, ditado por uma voz clara e pausada."
11d. * Cheap Essay (https://cheapessay.net/) "CheapEssay.net is a place where students from all over the world can get help with their academic writing assignments. Our main aim is to make studying, and academic writing in particular, a bit easier and perhaps an even more enjoyable experience for students. Our writers possess all the necessary skills to complete your paper on practically any topic. If you are looking for a high quality writing service, we are it."
11e. China 232 (http://www.china232.com/lessons#fun‐english) "Fun English Lessons: Listen to our Fun English lessons. These are 10‐15 minute mp3 English learning lessons. Learn how to speak real slang and sound like a native English speaker."
12b. * Thinking of Skipping College? (https://www.cornerstone.edu/blogs/lifelong-learning-matters/post/thinking-of-skipping-college-here-are-6-stats-to-change-your-mind) "So you're thinking about not going to college. It's understandable. More and more people are opting out of college because they think they can do better on their own. That they can build a rewarding and profitable career through nontraditional means. It worked for guys like Steve Jobs and Richard Branson, so it will surely work for them. But there is one, massive problem with this line of thinking: the statistics don't support it." From blog by James Link, January 2017
12c. CustomWriting.org (https://custom-writing.org/blog/category/esl-resources) "11 Rules of Writing, Common Mistakes and Fixes; 100 English Grammar Resources for Effective Learning and Fun; Guide to English Phonetic System: Learn IPA Sounds in Phonetics; English as a Second Language Learning Materials: Free and Handy! 200 Powerful Words to Use Instead of "Good" (Infographic)" and more.
12d. * Cyber Degree Hub (https://cyberdegreehub.com/) "In 2016, there were one million job openings in cyber security. It's estimated that already high number will reach 1.5 million by 2019 due to a severe shortage of global talent. An online bachelor's degree program in cyber security might prove useful for professionals who have some experience in the information technology field and hope to expand their knowledge. Students interested in seeking entry‐level positions in network maintenance might also be interested in an online bachelor's degree in cyber security."
12e. * Dictionarist (http://www.dictionarist.com/) "Dictionary for 20 languages. Example sentences, Conjugation, Synonyms ... Dictionarist provides translations in English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, French, Italian, Russian, Turkish, Dutch, Greek, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Arabic, Hindi, Indonesian, Polish, Romanian, Ukrainian and Vietnamese. We have example sentences for all English dictionaries and we have also a double click chrome plug‐in."
13a. * Dictionary.com (An Ask.com Service) (http://dictionary.reference.com/) Besides definitions, this site also has a thesaurus, translator, Spanish dictionary, quotes, word dynamo, writing dynamo, daily crossword, and crossword solver.
13b. * Discover Business.us (http://www.discoverbusiness.us/) "We strive to help future business students make better, more informed education decisions. We do this through our in‐depth resources, subject guides, and rankings." This site contains new guides and resources to help prospective college students who are thinking of attending a business school. Resources include List of Best Value Business Degrees, SAT Preparation Resource, ACT Preparation Resource, List of Business Degree Scholarships, and Best Value Accounting Degrees.
14a. * Dr. Grammar (http://www.drgrammar.org/) "Welcome to the Dr. Grammar website, a site devoted to providing helpful assistance for writers everywhere! It does not matter whether you are looking for help with comma rules or with formats for writing business letters (or with everything in between), you will find helpful assistance here. Each month, more than 30,000 visitors from across the globe consult the Dr. Grammar site for help with their writing ills. Thank you for joining them, and welcome to the site! Click here to find out more about the Department of Languages & Literatures at the University of Northern Iowa."
14b. * Duolingo.com (https://www.duolingo.com/) "Learn languages completely free, without ads or hidden charges. It's fun, easy, and scientifically proven."
15a. Educational Freeware: Free Educational Software and Games (educational-freeware.com) This site reviews (with links to) high-quality free learning software and websites from the Internet —mostly for kids, but also for grown-ups. Many software titles are multilingual. Categories include math (lots of it), science, typing, K-12, kindergarten, videos, music, reading, and 3D.
15b. Edufind: Online English Grammar (edufind.com) "The free online reference and guide for English grammar, writing, punctuation and learning." Watch video English lessons (english4today.com), ask grammar questions, and more.
15c. Effortless English Club (https://effortlessenglishclub.com/) "What you get today when you buy now: Power English lesson sets feature 30 modules, including: 30 audio vocabulary lessons, 30 main audio lessons, 30 mini‐story lessons, 21 point of view story lessons, Plus: 8 action vocabulary videos, 30 text guides (for all audios), Effortless English Club Forum membership"
16. EFL Net (http://www.eflnet.com/home) "Free English (ESL/EFL) Learning Resources: grammar, listening, reading, vocabulary."
17. Ego4U: English Grammar Online 4U (ego4u.com) An English/German site. Read and Learn English, Business English, Games and Riddles, Chat, E-Cards, and Daily English lessons with audio.
18. E‐Grammar (http://www.e‐grammar.org/) "Are you afraid of English tenses? Or verb forms? You can practice them on this website online for free in gap-filling, matching or multiple choice exercises. Some materials are also available as printable PDF grammar exercises with answers in ESL worksheets. (See the last item in the menu on the left at the website.) They are all for free, too."
19. EL Civics for ESL Students (http://elcivics.com/worksheets/reading.html) "ESL Short Stories: Reading worksheets with short stories about everyday problems. Improves problem solving skills. Learn ESL and EL Civics with Pictures,Easy Lessons, and Fun Activities."
20. ELLLO (http://www.elllo.org/english/1001.htm) "English Listening Lesson Library Online —learn English naturally. Videos, audio, quizzes, vocabulary. Improve your vocabulary with ELLLO audio notes. Over 2,000 MP3 files."
21. Englisch-hilfen: Learning English Online (englisch-hilfen.de/en) A dual English-German site. Learn English words, practice grammar, look at basic rules, prepare for exams, do tests or just have fun playing games. More than 650 exercises online. English forum and daily English lesson.
22. English Class 101 (http://www.englishclass101.com/) "Learn English with EnglishClass101! No more dry, out of date textbook story lines! Here at EnglishClass101, you'll learn English with fun, interesting and culturally relevant lessons that are easy to listen to. But not only are they fun, they're effective too! Join the hundreds of thousands of people already learning English through the power of our mobile apps, desktop software and website with free English lessons released every week!...These podcasts offer a painless and FREE way to bone up on the language and culture in a relevant, real world way that you won't get in a class room or on a CDROM. Brian Heater, PC Magazine...500,000,000 lessons delivered and counting—join EnglishClass101.com today!" NOTE: This is a free and a pay site.
23. English Club (http://www.englishclub.com/) "Good afternoon, and welcome to EnglishClub —helping you learn English or teach English. You'll find everything from lessons for learners to jobs for teachers, including fun pages like games, videos, quizzes and chat."
24. English Exercises (http://www.englishexercises.org/) "Welcome. Here you will find hundreds of exercises to learn English online: vocabulary, grammar, listening, songs, etc. These exercises have been made by English Language teachers from all over the world. If you are a learner, you can use them to practice English. If you are a teacher, you can join us."
25. English for Everyone (http://englishforeveryone.org/) "EnglishForEveryone.org is your resource for printable English worksheets. On the left of this page you will find an index containing hundreds of quality teaching materials. To open a PDF file for printing, simply click on the topic of your choice, then select the desired worksheet from the links on that page. EnglishForEveryone is affiliated with Read Theory, English Maven and Citizenship Test —all excellent sites for online informational practice quizzes."
26. English Forum (http://www.englishforum.com/00/) "It's a great place on the web for students and teachers of English as a foreign language (EFL/ESL). There are interactive exercises, message boards, schools directories, ELT books, and masses of web resources, contacts and links. By the way, don't miss the Flags and Countries Quiz and the Online Magic!"
27. English Goes (http://englishgoes.com/) "EnglishGoes E-learning Center is a great site to learn English Online for ESL learners around the world. Learning English —We offer online English courses and free English lessons for learning English online. Our online English courses are conducted by live teacher at real time through an online classroom. Practice English —Our English lessons are designed with exercise practice so that you can learn English and practice what you learn at this site." This site is part free, part pay.
28. EnglishGrammar.org (http://www.englishgrammar.org/) "Here you'll learn all aspects of the English written language, enabling you to improve your writing skills in both personal and formal communications. Whether you're starting with the very basics such as understanding the meaning of verbs and nouns and correct apostrophe placement, or wanting to understand more complex topics such as conjunctions, syntax optimization and creative writing techniques, we have it all covered."
29. English Grammar Lessons (english-grammar-lessons.com) This is another of several sites created by Caroline and Pearson Brown. Many explanations, examples, and exercises, from present continuous to third conditional, from shall to should. Other Caroline and Pearson Brown sites: English Listening lessons, English Phrasal Verbs, English for Human Resources, English for Presentations, and Business English Language.
30. English Grammar Secrets (http://www.englishgrammarsecrets.com/) "We recommend that you read the grammar explanation on the first page of the lesson and then do the exercises, thinking all the time about the rules in the grammar explanation." Pearson Brown
31. English Hints (http://www.englishhints.com/index.html) "Learn More English: Reading, Vocabulary, and Grammar Hints and Practice. Find lessons and practice materials for ESL classes, review basic English skills and grammar, expand vocabulary, and increase comprehension with reading, explanations, and games." For ESL teachers and students.
32. English Maven (http://www.englishmaven.org/) "Helping students improve their English —one step at a time. Welcome to EnglishMaven.Org —your resource for free online English lessons and exercises. To the left you will find our index of English subjects. Click on the subject you wish to study. Then click on a link to open an exercise on the following page."
33a. English Page (englishpage.com) "Learn English using our in-depth English tutorials featuring dozens of interactive exercises."
33b. * English Proofreading Service (https://onlineenglisheditor.com/) "Online English Editor is a proofreading service that does more than fix mistakes in spelling, punctuation and grammar. We proofread your paper to help you sound more clear, elegant and natural. Our proofreading service provides you direct access to English proofreaders. All our proofreaders are native English speakers and have earned a graduate degree in a writing‐related field. You can send us your paper at any time—our proofreading service is available 24/7. We will promptly proofread your paper and return it within the timeframe you require."
33c. English Speak (http://www.englishspeak.com/) "With over 100 lessons, Englishspeak.com provides a large amount of audio content. Users have access to two different speeds of playback for each item." Most of the 100 lessons are audio dialogues of a minute or less. Plus, there is audio for 1,000 most common phrases and 1,500 most common words. Plus, there are translations in each lesson for 17 other languages.
34. English with Rinat (http://www.englishwithrinat.com/) englishwithrinat is his English website <<(ALERT: BROKEN LINK at June 1, 2017). enjoyenglish-blog.com enjoyenglish-blog is his Russian one.
35a. English-Zone.com (english-zone.com) " the BEST English-Learner's site on the 'Net!" Site includes grammar, reading, verbs, basic skills, fun stuff, teacher aids, and idioms.
35b. * EssayWill (https://essaywill.cn/) "Essaywill—the best reputation of professional writing articles website. We provide various types of Chinese and English high quality academic papers. This site has a number of elite experts to provide you with writing guidance services. In addition, this site also provides expedited services, and you do not have to worry about the originality and quality of the article."
36. ESL.About.com: English as 2nd Language (esl.about.com) Videos, idioms, listening, speaking, reading, writing, tests, grammar, vocabulary, and more.
37. ESL Bits (http://esl-bits.net/) "The sole purpose of this site is to help students improve their listening and reading comprehension of the English language." Audiobooks, Short Stories, Sherlock Holmes, Intermediate, Advanced, Songs, English Idioms, Reading Activities and Test Preparation for the PET, Practice Using the Articles, Radio Audio Dramas.
38. ESL Blues New Index (ESL Blues) "The new ESL Blues offers quizzes, games and tutorials for English learners that work on all devices. ESL Blues is for people with different levels of English, mainly at the pre-intermediate and intermediate levels, but there are more and more quizzes being created for complete beginners. The site is highly interactive, with lots of feedback."
39. Dave's ESL Cafe (eslcafe.com) Dave's ESL Cafe is "the Internet's meeting place for ESL and EFL teachers and students from around the world!" His site includes slang, podcast, chat, jobs, teacher and student forums, and more.
40. ESL Desk (http://www.esldesk.com/) "Welcome to ESLDesk.com, a free site for English learners. Not being a native English speaker myself, I started this website a long time ago, in 1997, as an ESL activities page, and it's kind of grown from there. I do hope you will find vocabulary, grammar, spelling, reading and other resources on this site to be helpful in learning English Language."
41. ESL Fast (eslfast.com) Eslfast has many stories and exercises. (Eslfast and rong-chang used to be sister sites of eslyes.)
42. ESL Flow (http://www.eslflow.com/) "www.eslflow.com was created in 1998 as a resource for researching ESL/EFL ideas and creating lessons and courses as quickly as possible." —Peter Snashall. Many exercises are PDFs. There are also many non-PDF worksheets.
43. ESL-Lab: Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab (esl-lab.com) Sharpen your ear with hundreds of listening and vocabulary exercises, plus links to Randall's six other websites.
44a. ESL Lounge (http://www.esl-lounge.com/) "1,000 pages of interactive grammar, listening, vocabulary and reading exercises. Full English grammar guide and phrasal verbs section with definitions, examples and tests. Games, puzzles and more." Plus a blog, newsletter, and ESL lessons and materials.
44b. ESL Made Easy (http://www.eslmadeeasy.ca/) "As ESL educators in this day and age, we are surrounded with useful, informative and compelling resources available at our fingertips! And so the goal of this site is to seek out and share these resources, experiences, and tidbits that I believe are invaluable in today's classroom as well as for those working one on one with students."
45. ESL Party Land—Learn English, Teach English (eslpartyland.com) "A Fun Place to Learn English as a Second Language! Our site is made to help you learn or teach the language and become fluent in English."
46. ESL Podcast (eslpod.com) More than 600 podcasts spoken at a slower speed and using everyday expressions, with explanations of these expressions.
47. ESL Point (http://www.eslpoint.com/) "An online resource where teachers and students can get the help they need whenever they need it. Links to thousands of pages of ESL/EFL-related material, all categorized according to skill and difficulty. All materials are free of charge and have been catalogued for quick and easy access."
48. ESL Support Lab: Questa College ESL Support Lab (http://academic.cuesta.edu/esl/ESLLab.htm) "The ESL Support Lab offers students the opportunity to have individualized, self-paced instruction in writing, grammar, reading, vocabulary, speaking, listening and computer skills. There are almost 100 links to online language support and practice activities."
49. ESL Yes! (http://www.eslyes.com/) Let's not forget to visit THIS site. Where else on the worldwide web can you find 1,600 Free, original short stories (200 of them using Simple Present Tense only), 273 short dialogues, and accompanying exercises (Vocabulary, Cloze, Crosswords, Scrambled Sentences, Dictation) and/or audio? And don't forget to read the 600 New York City stories —150 words each, and each with two audio speeds and a Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level. Thank you again for visiting this site, and please tell your friends about it.
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50a. * FabMarks (https://www.fabmarks.com/) "FabMarks helps students achieve their academic aspirations. It provides Online test‐prep services for standardized tests such as the PSAT, SAT, ACT, GMAT. It provides FREE access to a lot of learning resources (Recorded Vidoes, Practice Questions, Tests) and also offers live online instructor‐led tutoring services for SAT, ACT and the GMAT."
50b. * Find Your Context (http://findyourcontext.education/) "Deciding on an online bachelor's degree or master's degree is one of the biggest decisions of your life. During your decision-making process, you'll probably wonder, "What degree is right for me?" and "How will I pay for my degree?" Your answers will be different than those of your peers, because your situation is unique. We developed a better way to help you make your choice, a way that lets you learn about different programs, a way that creates customized recommendations—and delivers the data that backs them up."
50c. * fourhourworkweek.com (http://fourhourworkweek.com/) "12 Rules for Learning Foreign Languages in Record Time—The Only Post You'll Ever Need."
50d. * Free Dictionary (thefreedictionary.com) The world's most comprehensive dictionary: English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch, Norwegian, Greek, Russian, Medical, Legal, and Financial Dictionaries, Thesaurus, Acronyms and Abbreviations, Idioms, Encyclopedia, a Literature Reference Library, and a Search Engine all in one.
51a. * Free Translation (freetranslation.com) "SDL FreeTranslation.com is a free translation website allowing you to translate web pages and text into different languages. For professional, human translations see Click2Translate.com"
51b. Glossary of Grammatical Terms (athabascau.ca/courses/engl/glossary/glossary.html) This Canadian university site presents short definitions of grammar terms from A-Y (yes, Y) in plain English. Remember to click on "Transitional Devices."
52a. * GoGrad.org for Masters (http://www.gograd.org/online-masters-programs/) "A cursory search of available online master's programs can be confusing. Knowing where to look is half the battle. The information presented on this page can help point students in the right direction, and can guide them toward a program that meets most or all of their educational and professional needs. Find online master's degrees by subject, see the top programs in the country, and use the proprietary search tool to identify advanced educational opportunities according to personalized criteria. Selecting an online master's degree program is a major undertaking, but a little research and know‐how can make the process more manageable, and the outcome more rewarding."
52b. * GoGrad.org for Ph.D. (http://www.gograd.org/online-phd-programs/) "Online doctorate degrees were once a rarity in the distance learning space. Today, however, more and more institutions offer online PhD programs to help students meet a range of advanced professional goals. In a 2014 study, Learning House reported that 600,000 students who studied fully online were graduate level learners. The following page gives prospective advanced students a detailed look at the types of professional degrees available online and the subjects that attract this level of online education. See options, top programs and typical paths from selecting a program to earning a credential."
53a. Grammarist.com (grammarist.com) "Sarah Belliston's love for grammar dates back to fond memories of diagramming sentences in elementary school. After receiving her BA in English, she used her grammar knowledge in positions at Michigan State University and the Federal Judicial Center in Washington, DC. Besides writing here at Grammarist, Sarah is a freelance editor for fiction, nonfiction, and academic works. She also writes fiction for children and adults."
53b. Guide to Grammar and Writing, Dedicated to Dr. Charles Darling (grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/) Is there anything about English that this comprehensive site doesn't have? For example, why is "news" singular, and why isn't "family" plural? (Go to Index>Plural Noun Forms). Confused about Do and Make? Go to the Index. Donations are welcome.
54e. * How to Start a Blog ("Watch Over My Shoulder" Guide) (https://www.websitehostingrating.com/start-a-blog/) "Starting your very own blog is the best and easiest way to share your ideas and expertise with the world. If you think creating a blog from scratch sounds all too difficult and technical then you couldn't be more wrong. Because making a blog is a lot easier than you think. It really is!"
54f. * How to Start a Blog (https://howtostartablogonline.net//) "20 minutes is all you need to start a blog, and you DON'T need any knowledge of HTML, coding, or graphics design. When you decide to start a blog, and begin to look into everything involved, you may become frustrated or overwhelmed. The best thing to do is start fresh and break up the steps into a more manageable process. Blogging allows you to become a better writer, a better person, and you can even make money in the process if you follow all the steps and dedicate your time and resources to your success."
54g. * How to Start a Blog (https://www.designbombs.com/how-to-start-a-blog/) "How to Start a WordPress Blog – The Definitive Guide: You've decided to start a blog. It’s the popular thing to do, and if you're a business owner, you know it's great for business. But you've got a lot of questions. There's a lot of technical jargon you don't understand and you're worried about how much coding you might need to do, and how much it's going to cost. In this guide, you'll learn how to start a WordPress blog with SiteGround – easily, inexpensively, and no technical knowledge required."
54h. * How to Start a Blog (https://kevinocasio.com/how-to-start-a-blog/) "If you're here because you want to create a blog of your own, you've come to the right place. In this blog post, you will learn the 5 basic steps on how to start a blog using WordPress and the basics of blogging. Let's get started, shall we?"
54i. * How to Start a Podcast (https://websitesetup.org/start-podcast/) "Have you thought of starting a podcast? You can't read a blog or watch a video when you're driving to work, taking your dog for a walk, or doing many other chores. But there's one thing you can do—listen to a podcast. Maybe you've never considered starting a podcast, or perhaps you just feel like you don't have what it takes. I'm going to walk you through the exact steps you need to start your very own successful podcast."
55a. Howjsay: Fonetics.org (http://www.howjsay.com/) This site enables you to compare the sounds of different words quickly and easily. For example, simply type in [war;were;where] and you can hover over those 3 words and instantly and repeatedly hear the 3 different pronunciations. The site has other features, such as shiporsheep.com, spokenenglish.org, foniks.org, and dictationsonline.com.
56a. Internet TESL Journal (iteslj.org) The Internet TESL Journal For Teachers of English as a Second Language: Articles, Research Papers, Lesson Plans, Classroom Handouts, Teaching Ideas and Links. Home, Articles, Lessons, Techniques, Questions, Games, Jokes, Things for Teachers, Links, Activities for ESL Students.
56b. John's Website (http://www.johnmh.com/esloriginal.html) "Links to English as a Second Language Learning Activities." Many great exercises on many topics —great for beginners.
57b. * Kadaza E‐Learning (https://www.kadaza.com/e-learning) "Kadaza is the most reliable and comprehensive directory of the Web, since 2008. Kadaza shows only the absolute best and most popular websites, covering hundreds of topics like news, career and social networking. All websites on Kadaza are selected with great care and organized in the best way, making it easy, intuitive and helpful for everyone. With Kadaza you have all your favorite sites just a few clicks away!"
57c. * Khan Academy (https://www.khanacademy.org/) "A free world-class education for anyone anywhere. Khan Academy is a not-for-profit with the goal of changing education for the better by providing a free world-class education for anyone anywhere. All of the site's resources are available to anyone. It doesn't matter if you are a student, teacher, home-schooler, principal, adult returning to the classroom after 20 years, or a friendly alien just trying to get a leg up in earthly biology. Khan Academy's materials and resources are available to you completely free of charge." Subjects are in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French. Subjects include Math, Science, Economics and Finance, Arts and Humanities, Computing, Test Prep, and Partner Content.
58a. KiCo 4U (http://kico4u.de/indexnew.html) "Welcome to "kico4u.de" - "school-english.de", a website dedicated to teaching the English language and providing an insight into British culture, taught to you by a native English speaker. We offer a range of over 1,200 exercises that can be accessed online and the same exercises can be accessed in the form of printable worksheets with solutions. A large amount is provided for free. We also offer a large range of interesting topics and stories concerning Great Britain and the English speaking world."
58b. Language Learning Wiki ‐ Learn English (https://www.languagelearningwiki.org/learn-english/) "Learn English through Real‐Life Conversations. We have three English Courses from Beginner English to Advanced English. We help you to master English Verbs, and even help you learn Conversational English. An important part of learning that we emphasize is English Pronunciation. You can know thousands of words in a foreign language, but if you can't pronounce them well, you might as well be speaking to a brick wall."
58c. Larry Ferlazzo's English Website (http://larryferlazzo.edublogs.org/larry-ferlazzos-english-website/) For ESL, ELL, and EFL teachers and students, this site has it all. It will take you weeks to explore all the fun and informative material made available by the prolific Mr. Ferlazzo.
58d. Learn English Online (englishlearner.com) This site offers lessons and tests at all levels, using interactive tests and exercises. Categories include grammar, vocabulary, reading, crosswords, hangman, and more. The site also offers English lessons by email at three levels every week —completely free.
59a. * Learn.org (http://learn.org/) "We help almost half a million visitors each month save time and money on their education. Whether you're wondering which degree is right for you, looking for free education, or searching for scholarships, we have what you need. Our team of teachers and professional researchers and writers have put together the Web's best collection of resources that will help you reach your goals as efficiently as possible."
59b. * Learn 2 Type (learn2type.com) "Free Typing Test & Typing Tutor: Learn to type with free online typing lessons and free typing tests. Available around the clock anytime you want to practice —all you need is the Internet, a few minutes a day, and any computer to use this website and learn typing! There is nothing to download and absolutely no charge to learn typing skills. "
60. Learn American English Online (http://www.learnamericanenglishonline.com/) "This website is free for students and schools across the U.S. and around the world. There are seven levels of instruction: blue, red, yellow, green, purple, orange, and violet. LearnAmericanEnglishOnline.com has been providing videos, lessons, exercises, quizzes, and advice since 2003."
61. Learn English Online (learn-english-online.org) 52 lessons aimed at the beginner. Includes numbers, rhymes, songs, and quizzes.
62. Learn English Today (learn-english-today.com) "Free lessons, vocabulary, idioms, proverbs and business English, plus exercises and word games, for English learners of all levels. Links to English newspapers and radio, with podcasts. Fun activities: Jokes, Riddles, Games, Brainteasers, etc."
63a. Learning Chocolate (http://www.learningchocolate.com/) "a Vocabulary Learning Platform" Dozens of categories, thousands of pictures and audio, with exercises—just a wonderful, fun site to learn English or five other languages.
63c. * LinguaThor – Lightning‐Fast Foreign Language Fluency (https://www.linguathor.com/) "Powerful: LinguaThor guarantees lightning‐fast vocabulary acquisition as well as long‐term knowledge and skills retention. Intuitive: LinguaThor makes any language instantly comprehensible – even if you're a complete beginner. Adaptive: LinguaThor keeps track of every aspect of your progress and optimizes your learning accordingly."
64a. Linked English (https://www.udemy.com/linkedenglish-a-compact-practical-pronunciation-course/#/lecture/1930196) Linked English: Real-Life English Pronunciation. Ms. Elena Mutonono presents a 13-lecture Free course that will boost your English fluency, starting with five basic concepts. Visit her Russian and English website at eto-onlinenglish.com/.
64b. * Magoosh IELTS Blog (https://magoosh.com/ielts/ielts-ebook/) "Free IELTS (International English Language Testing System) eBook: Complete Guide to the IELTS Exam Introducing Magoosh's Guide to the IELTS Exam! There's been a lot going on behind the scenes here at Magoosh! And today, we're so excited to share the results of our work with you: our new IELTS eBook, the Complete Guide to the IELTS Exam! Are you a beginning student? In this IELTS guide, you'll get an overview of the IELTS for the first time. Looking for advanced work? This free IELTS book PDF has strategies and extra practice to get your score as high as possible!"
64c. Many Things (manythings.org) "There are quizzes, word games, word puzzles, proverbs, slang expressions, anagrams, a random-sentence generator and other computer assisted language learning activities. Even though the primary focus is for ESL, native English speakers may also find some interesting things on this site. This site is non-commercial and has no advertising." Site includes tongue twisters, jokes, and Voice of America material.
64d. * Masters in Education Guide (http://mastersineducationguide.com/) "The Best Resource for the Masters in Education, with 3,000+ M.Ed./M.A.T. Programs in our Online Database. Welcome to the largest, and one of the oldest, resources solely dedicated to graduate‐level Masters of Education programs. We have researched thousands of pages on the web, including schools, and have included teacher certification requirements by state, a teaching program directory of 3,000+ degree programs, student interviews, articles written by teaching professionals, and teaching career resources."
65c. Merlyn's Pen (http://www.merlynspen.org/) "Merlyn's Pen: Fiction, Short Stories, Essays, and Poems by America's Teens showcases.the best student writing.for other teens to study as inspiration, motivation, and as a bridge to higher literature. Merlyn's Pen is a comprehensive teaching resource, with lesson plans, books, anthologies, ESL and EFL guides produced to complement it."
65d. * Mesothelioma.net (https://mesothelioma.net/) "Our patient advocates are here to support you, answer your questions, provide you with resources and inform you about your financial options. We have helped hundreds of patients, and we're here to help you and your loved ones today."
65e. * Miss How to Start a Blog (https://misshowtostartablog.com/) "Welcome on my blog about how to start a blog! Great, you've set your first foot step into the world of blogging! Believe me, once you get going, it can become addicting. Let's get to the point: 1. Decide what you want to blog about 2. Decide to host or not to host 3. Find a domain name 4. Find a web host for your blog. My guide will explain you everything you need to know!"
66b. * Native Monks (https://nativemonks.com/) "The Best Native Language Teachers from around the World—Native Monks is a marketplace that connects tutors of over 130 different languages with students from all over the world. Each student who chooses to avail our services can start by filtering tutors and choosing a tutor that matches their requirements. Once you have chosen a tutor, just send them a message with your requirements by using "Contact" or "Message" options."
67a. * Nitro Type (nitrotype.com) "Worldwide real-time typing competition: Improve your typing skills while competing in fast-paced races with typers from around the world. Compete against your friends, earn new cars, track your scores, and so much more. All 100 percent FREE!"
67b. NonStop English (nonstopenglish.com) "You can practise your English grammar and vocabulary skills with interactive tests on this free website. You can receive free interactive email tests. If you register and login you can see which tests you have done and how successfully. Learning English with these free online tests is really motivating. New tests are added every week."
68. OTAN (Outreach and Technical Assistance Network) (otan.us) "OTAN provides electronic collaboration and information, and support for instructional technology and distance learning to literacy and adult education providers in California." Site includes resources for ESL teachers and students. Visitors must register. Students can register using their school name. If you don't attend a school, register by entering the info for the last school you attended. After you register, use this path to get to 232 ESL links: Teaching Tools and Resources>By Program Type>ESL>Sites to Use with Students>Program Areas>ESL>GO =232 ESL links!
69b. * Power Typing (powertyping.com) "Learn typing with free online typing lessons for Qwerty or Dvorak keyboard. Use typing games to practice typing. Take timed typing test to find your typing speed. More!"
70b. * Preply (https://preply.com/) "Use the search filters to find private English language Tutors and Teachers, according to your budget and needs. Each lesson is a small step towards your Great English! Preply helps you find the best tutors matching your requirements from all over the world. Preply has positively impacted the lives of thousands of students. Preply is a young company that operates in the U.S. and CIS markets. We have been featured in publications such as Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, AIN, the Kyiv Post and many more."
71a. Quia (quia.com/shared/) More than 100 topics to study, including English, ESL, Spelling, Reading, and Vocabulary. Each topic contains hundreds of activities. The ESL topic has more than 600 activities, and English more than 1,300. "Quia Web is one of the world's most popular educational technology Web sites." Teachers must pay an annual subscription rate to put their own activities on the site.
72a. * Readability Grader (Free Test) (https://jellymetrics.com/readability-grader/) "Free online readability calculator. Also, check the grade level of your blog content. Copy and paste a writing sample. This new site gives you Reading Ease, Grade Level (as measured by seven different instruments, plus the average score of all seven), Interpretation, and Comment. It includes Flesch‐Kincaid, Gunning Fog, SMOG Index, and more.
72b. * Readability-Score (https://readability-score.com/) "Free online readability calculator. Flesch-Kincaid, Gunning Fog, and more. Paste or type your text here to see its readability on the right. HTML will be ignored. Results update as you type." This is a great site for determining how simple or complex your writing, or others', is. (I use Flesch-Kincaid to show readers the grade level of my NYC stories here at www.eslyes.com.)
72a. Reading A-Z for K-5 Students (http://www.readinga-z.com/) "More than 1,000 leveled books in multiple genres and formats meet the unique needs of every student: Printable and projectable leveled readers at 27 reading levels,In-depth guided reading lesson plans, worksheets and assessments, Books and resources correlated to state and Common Core Standards. Reading A-Z was named the #1 teacher website for K-5 according to Education Market Research's January 2012 report." There is a huge English Language Learner section, too. This site is all pay.
73b. Read Write Think (http://www.readwritethink.org/parent-afterschool-resources/) "Looking for engaging ways to introduce your child to reading or to encourage your teen to write? Need some age-appropriate book suggestions or rainy day activities? The materials here are your answer —all of them created by experts to be fun, educational, and easy to use outside of school." For K-12 students.
74a. Really Learn English (http://www.really-learn-english.com/) "Students: Do you want to pass the English exams? Get a better job? Go abroad? Communicate with people? Get more knowledge? In other words, you want to be able to USE English. Many people study English, yet still have difficulties in using English. And using is really the key thing. So let's start improving your English!"
75a. Rong-chang (rong-chang.com) This is one of the earliest, most comprehensive, and most popular ESL sites. It has many short stories with audio, short dialogues with audio, and a variety of exercises. It and eslfast.com used to be the sister sites of eslyes.com.
76a. * Schools—Trade and Vocational (www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/) "Search Vocational and Trade Schools Near You. Vocational and trade schools vary in the types of education and training offered. To find the school near you that best fits your specific educational and career needs, use the search tool below." For A Guide to Scholarships and Grants for Vocational Students, visit Funding Your Vocational Degree .
76b. * Schools— Accreditation and Online Colleges (http://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/online-colleges/) "Many junior and community colleges have embraced online learning, opening their doors to a more inclusive student body—from working professionals and stay–at–home parents to those who may not be able to commute to a physical campus. The following 2–year colleges offer some of the best combinations of online program volume, breadth, and affordability available today." For A Guide to Paying for Distance Education, visit Financial Aid for Online Schools.
76c. * Smart Scholar (http://www.smartscholar.com/) Thousands of "College Scholarships—Our team spends thousand of hours going through each and every scholarship we can find, pulling out every important detail: award amount, deadline, eligibility and academic requirements, and anything else you need to know." Also, "Resources—We recruit education experts to research resource guides on the most important topics within financial aid and scholarships. Each topic contains links and descriptions to various websites that collectively cover everything you need to understand about a given subject." Subjects include Biology, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Economics, Nursing, Philosophy, SAT Prep, and Sociology.
76d. * Sense-lang (sense-lang.org) Touch-typing program, beginner to advanced, plus keyboarding tutor, typing games, regular keyboard and Dvorak layout, and keyboards in 20 different languages, including Arabic, Spanish, French, German, and Russian. Also has a feature for teachers.
77a. * StartBloggingOnline.com (How to Start a Blog in 20 Minutes) "I created this site to give beginners a fast, foolproof guide to starting a blog, without having to learn HTML or waste your time reading long, boring tutorials. In fact, over 9,500 people have already setup blogs using this guide!"
77b. Study Zone (http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/courses/elc/studyzone/) "What do you do? First, choose your level. Then, choose a topic. Finally, choose a lesson. Study Zone is made up of levels. Each level has language topics. Each topic has lessons. Lessons include exercises to help you improve your English."
78a. Talk with Tutor Mike (eslfast.com/robot/English_tutor.htm) Have fun conversing with this robot, winner of several worldwide Artificial Intelligence prizes. Eslfast.com and rong‐chang.com are former sister sites of eslyes.com.
78b. * Teacher.org (www.teacher.org/) "If you are passionate about education and the well–being of children, you should teach. If you are one who believes they can lead and inspire children, you should teach. Every state has different requirements for becoming a great teacher. However, in most states, it is required that candidates hold at least a Bachelor's Degree, complete a Teacher Preparation Program, and pass the required state examinations. Click on your state to find out more about what will be required of you on your journey toward becoming a teacher."
78c. * Teacher Degrees (http://teacherdegrees.com/) "Teacher Degrees: The Education Program Guide. TeacherDegrees.com is one of the most comprehensive directories for teaching education on the web. With hundreds of teaching schools and thousands of teaching education degree programs in our database, we are helping connect students and schools to build a better teaching education system."
78d. * Teaching China (http://teachingchina.net/) "Your connection to over 500 direct employers across China. Find work abroad: Over 600 Top employers; teach English and Professional jobs in China: 100 cities. No Fees guarantee." Site includes free ESL games.
79a. * The Freelance Effect (https://www.thefreelanceeffect.com/) Upwork (a freelance site): 8 great tips for success at Upwork. "Writing Tools: 60 formidable tools and resources to improve your writing. Freelancing: 9 mind‐blowing perks only online freelancers get to experience."
79b. * Title Capitalization (titlecapitalization.com) Do you have a title for your paper, but you don't know which words to capitalize? A common problem (for me, too)! Just copy and paste, or type, your title into the box, and this site automatically capitalizes the words correctly, per The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed.
79c. * TOEFL Guidebook (www.gograd.org/toefl-guidebook/) "Go Grad has created a comprehensive guidebook —Inside the TOEFL: What to Expect, Preparation Tips and Exam Practice —to help prospective graduate students plan and prepare for the TOEFL. It includes helpful TOEFL test-taking strategy videos, steps to help students register and prepare for the test, studying tips, tutoring resources, and more. The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is one of the largest English-language standardized tests for non-native English speakers. More than 9,000 higher education institutions and agencies in 130 countries use TOEFL scores as part of the application and admissions criteria. The exam assesses 3 major competencies —reading comprehension and vocabulary, structure and written expression, and listening comprehension."
80a. Toni's ESL Space (toni-english.com/) "This is a place for people who are learning basic level English as a Second Language. I also use it to collect and share things with my ESL students. I created this hub of sites primarily for me and my ESL class. There are 5 subsites; each has a single purpose. This site has a variety of new material daily. There are things for learners to watch, read, and listen to. Teachers can find fresh content, info, and material for class."
80e. * Translate, Google (translate.google.com) Translate text, a webpage, or a document. Google also offers translation tools and a Google Translator Toolkit.
81a. * TypeOnline: Learn to Type Online (typeonline.co.uk) "We offer: a structured touch typing course for motivated individuals looking to develop their keyboard skills, and a free resource to aid supervised keyboarding education in schools, companies, and organizations."
81b. * TypeRacer (typeracer.com) Who's the fastest gun in the West? Who's the fastest typist on the Internet? Do you think 85 wpm is fast? Think again! This is a great site for improving your typing skills and for challenging the world's fastest online typists, live and personal!
82. * Typing-Lessons: Peter's Online Typing Course (typing-lessons.org) Typing lessons for everyone, starting with where do your fingers go (the home keys). Lots of typing lessons and exercises.
83a. * Typing Web (typingweb.com) "TypingWeb is a free online typing tutor and keyboarding tutorial for typists of all skill levels. TypingWeb includes entertaining typing games, typing tests, and free official typing certification. Completely Free. Perfect for All Ages. Lessons for All Skill Levels."
83b. * Udemy (udemy.com) "We're the world's online learning marketplace, where 4 million+ students are taking courses in everything from programming to yoga to photography, and much, much more. Each of our 20,000+ courses is taught by an expert instructor, and every course is available on-demand, so students can learn at their own pace, on their own time, and on any device." Most courses are pay, but many are free.
84b. U.S.A. Learns! (usalearns.org) A site for students to improve basic reading, writing, listening, speaking, and life skills. Beginning, low intermediate, and intermediate levels. Lots of videos and exercises. English and español.
85. Useful English (http://usefulenglish.ru/) "This website is for those who are studying English as a foreign language (ESL/EFL). The aim of this site is to help you to build a firm foundation for your English to which you will be able to add new knowledge yourself." It's in Russian and English.
86a. Using English (usingenglish.com) "A large collection of English as a Second Language (ESL) tools & resources for students, teachers, learners and academics, covering the full spectrum of ESL, EFL, ESOL, and EAP subject areas." This site includes tests, quizzes, and more than 3,000 idioms.
88b. * Wise Old Sayings (http://www.wiseoldsayings.com/ultimate-word-games-guide.php) "The Ultimate Word Games Guide: There are many sites out there professing to have the most educational or most entertaining word games ever made, so how do you know which ones to bother with? This guide is the perfect place to start. All of the word games listed are high quality, free to use, and are hosted on sites that won't drive you too crazy with incessant ad bombardment or dead links. They've been grouped into categories for easy reference."
89. World-English (world-english.org) "The one-stop resource for the English language and more " Activities, exercises, and tests include vocabulary, grammar, speaking, reading, listening, and puzzles and quizzes.
90a. * WriteLab (home.writelab.com/) "WriteLab is an online writing platform that offers immediate, objective, and constructive responses to any writer's prose. WriteLab uses machine learning, natural language processing, and established pedagogical principles to offer customized responses attentive to the nuances of individual writers' styles." It has free and pay accounts.
90b. * Write Pro (https://writepro.net/) "Writepro.net is a team of well‐versed academic writers who are ready to write practically any assignment. We have been helping students from all over the world for more than 9 years, and such experience has helped us become who we are now, understand what each client needs, and work more effectively to provide a service that meets every student's expectations."
91. Yandex (yandex.ru/) If Russian is your first language, you might want to make Yandex your Russian homepage.
92. * Your Dictionary (yourdictionary.com) "YourDictionary is the easiest-to-use online dictionary. It is a dictionary you can understand with lots of tools to help you choose your words precisely, understand a word, avoid usage pitfalls and be confident in your use of words. YourDictionary is a comprehensive reference site." It also has an interactive forum page.
93. * YouTube, Best VPNs for 2017 (https://www.comparitech.com/blog/vpn-privacy/best-vpn-for-youtube/) "YouTube is a great source of English language learning resources; AJ Hoge, English Coach Chad and EnglishClass101.com all have loads of great free videos. But students in 10 countries are unable to access YouTube either entirely or partially because of censorship in their country. This can be overcome with a virtual private network (VPN) that bypasses geographical restrictions and can also help individuals to protect their privacy. Unfortunately, not all VPN services allow their users to access YouTube, which is why we prepared a guide that compares the 6 best providers."
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