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Self study exercises
Here you will find links to exercises you can do at home and that allow you to correct yourself. Find your level to see if there is anything of your interest, or, alternatively, start with an exercice on a subject of your interest and move on to a higher level from there. Many links will allow you to move directly to a home page with an overview of all levels available; there are literally hundreds of hours of material to use at your leisure.
English Grammar Games
Concise explanations and exercises to test yourself before or afterwards.
At times it's hard to recognize or to produce all sounds of the English language; the only remedy is, of course, to listen frequently, but if you have any specific doubts this page might help!
Everyone's favourite verbs! This is one of many websites that deal with the subject, but it has a great database you can search for the most common phrasal verbs and their collocations.
Possibly the most comprehensive website on the internet & it's free!
How Now Brown Cow
Amusing video to check out your pronunciation.
This is an amusing collection of extracts from films or TV programmes where native speakers are struggling with the pronunciation of their own language...
Here is an exercice you can do to test how familiar you are with verb and preposition combinations. Once you have completed the sentences, you can look for the answers in the next file
A quick quiz on prepositions in film titles. You can find hundreds more quizzes on different subjects on the same website.
The self-study section contains quite a lot of exercises on the use of definite/indefinite articles (the, a/an), but here is a very extensive list of rules and exceptions that might help you as well:
A website that seems very helpful on the subject of word-order:
Do you have a very "visual" memory? Maybe this site can help you to expand your vocabulary faster.
. There are many apps available to practise with on your smart-phone. You can check out
, which you can find out more about on the link provided here. There are many others, e.g. the
, and a long etc. Check out their websites for more information, or download the apps directly from the Apple or Google Play Store. Now you will be able to do something useful while waiting for that bus!
Free English lessons
. A wide variety of lessons, using video, mp3, pdf, etc.
Site for TEFL teachers, but with some interesting material for students as well.
An inventive way to help you remember collocations.
An amusing quiz to test your knowledge of English idioms; upper-intermediate level. Another interesting idea by Cristina Cabal, whose teaching blog is worth checking out!
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