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English as Second Language

Activities for ESl Students
Quizzes, tests, exercises and puzzles to help you learn English as a Second Language (ESL).


ICT Literacy Games
Numerous interactive games for practicing early literacy topics such as letter sounds, spelling, and basic phonics.


Interactive Sites for Learning English
Activities to use in a Computer Lab to help Spanish-speaking students learn English.


Interesting Things for ESL Students
Site includes word games, puzzles, quizzes, listening exercises, slang, proverbs and much more.


Internet Picture Dictionary
The Internet Picture Dictionary is a completely free, online multilingual picture dictionary designed especially for ESL students and beginning English, French, German, Spanish and Italian language learners of all ages.


Karin's ESL Partyland
Contains over 75 interactive quizzes, 15 discussion forums, interactive lessons on a variety of topics, a chat room, and lots of great links for students and loads of lesson plans and reproducible materials to use in class for teachers.


LearnEnglish Kids
LearnEnglish Kids is for children who are learning English. Find games, songs, stories and lots of activities - and learn English too.


Phonetics: The Sounds of the Spoken Language
Contains flash animation, video, and audio of sounds spoken in context.


Randall's ESl Cyber Listening Lab
Listen to Everyday Conversations with Adult and Children's Voices and answer questions about what was heard.


Start Learning English
Use this page as a starting page for working on English basics including ABCs and 123s, spelling rules, English tenses, and important grammar points. Other resources will help you build your vocabulary and practice your English with reading, listening comprehension and practice speaking dialogues.


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