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For students who wish to study citizenship, you can visit the Study Citizenship page.
ESL Resources for grammar, idioms, verbs, slang, and more.
Learn English with fun, interesting and culturally relevant lessons that are easy to listen to.
English for people who work in restaurants, bars, hotels, cafes, airports, etc.
Resources for students to practice English in an engaging and fun way.
Practice your knowledge of English grammar, learn new vocabulary, idioms, or phrasal verbs.
Content to help build language skills.
Website for Spanish speakers to learn English.
Free videos to help non-native speakers improve their spoken English and listening comprehension.
Learn to speak English fluently.
Practice with listening to English (with or without captions on).
A YouTube channel to help with pronunciation.
Free online programs to help you learn skills related to technology, work, reading, and more.
Practice exercises, instructional videos, and personalized learning that will empower you to study at their own pace.
A collection of entertaining videos and engaging web activities on the topics of reading, writing, vocabulary, and math.
News lessons in seven different levels.
You can read and listen to full news stories. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for login information.
Up-to-date, high-interest articles that meet students at their level.
Online reading activities for all ages and ability levels.
Reading passages with audio recordings and activities.
News in plain English for readers worldwide.
The world's smartest dictionary with an adaptive learning game that will have you mastering new words in no time.
Free math videos and worksheets.
Webmath is a math-help web site that generates answers to specific math questions and problems.