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BÀSIC

BÀSIC 1

Practise different skills with your course book: NEW ENGLISH FILE Elementary

Vocabulary exercises

Grammar exercises

Reading comprehension

Pronunciation Games

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BÀSIC 2

Practise using your course book online: OUP NEW ENGLISH FILE Pre-intermediate

Vocabulary

Grammar

Reading

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TOTS ELS NIVELLS

Useful websites for everybody!

http://esl.about.com: the menu on the left side of the page gives you lots of choices: reading, grammar, vocabulary, writing and exam practice.

www.esl-lounge.com/student/index.php: 1000 pages of grammar, mp3 listening, vocabulary and reading interactive exercises. Includes a full phrasal verbs section with definitions, examples and tests.

www.english-at-home.com: learn English grammar, vocabulary, verbs and speaking with ESL games, an English newsletter and more.

www.eslcafe.com: e-mail links, chat room, grammar quizzes, idiom page, phrasal verb page, quotes, grammar hints page, quizzes... One of the busiest efl/esl sites on the Internet.

www.englishforum.com/00/interactive: lots of interactive English exercises: idioms, phrasal verbs, fixed expressions, slang...

http://english-zone.com/index.php: help with grammar, vocabulary, reading, listening, writing and spelling.

www.eslgold.com/index.html: exercises to practise speaking, listening, reading, writing and pronunciation. Also some help with the official exams.

www.edufind.com/english/grammar/index.cfm: lots of information about English grammar, plus some tests and practice activities.

www.oup.com/elt/global/products/practicegrammar: check your level, then do some practice exercises.

www.oup.com/elt/global/products/inenglish: extra practice in grammar, vocabulary and listening for A0 to A2 students.

www.oup.com/elt/global/products/naturalgrammar: study the keywords of English and how they work (B1-C1)

www.1-language.com/englishcourse/index.htm: a free English course covering many grammar points from A0-A2.

www.worldwidewords.org/index.htm: articles about vocabulary and phrases for advanced students.

http://wordsmith.org/awad/index.html: learn a new word every day, and listen to it to get the right pronunciation (advanced).

www.spelling.hemscott.net: advice and worksheets to help you with your spelling.

www.esl-lab.com: listen to conversations, do a quiz or practice academic listening.

www.elllo.org: site where you can choose what accent and topic you want to listen to. You can also click on words you don't understand and get explanations.

www.eslradioandtv.com: listen to English teachers and students in radio and tv programmes.

www.talkenglish.com/default.aspx: improve your speaking by practising lots of diferent conversation skills.

www.longman.com/dictionaries/students: you have to register to use this, but it is free. You can do lots of different activities including exam practice.

www.uefap.com/accuracy/accfram.htm: a guide to accuracy in academic English, helpful advice and exercises.

http://elc.polyu.edu.hk/cill.eap: lots of help with academic English: writing, listening, giving presentations, vocabulary. With videos to watch too.

www.englishclub.com: lots of information and help for English language learners.

www.manythings.org: thousands of quizzes, tests, exercises and puzzles to help you learn English.

www.britishcouncil.org/central.htm: articles to read and listen to, different weekly topics and lots of grammar and vocabulary exercises.

http://a4esl.org: grammar and vocabulary activities, crosswords and some quizzes from other languages to English too!

www.englishpage.com/index.html: for B2-C1 students. Grammar and vocabulary exercises, and also links to lots of reading and listening material.

www.zozanga.com: site with various games and activities, mainly grammar based. there is an ‘ask an expert’ section, where people ask questions about aspects of language and these are clearly answered.

www.englishlearner.com/tests/test.html: tests and activities for beginner – advanced students.

www.cambridge.org/elt/vip: try some vocabulary practice activities (A0-A1)