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ESOL Learning Activities
CLN's "Ask an Expert" page has about 100 links to specialists in the field who can serve as a valuable source of curricular expertise for both students and teachers. Questions/answers on ESL may be found in our "All Subjects" section at the top of the page, the "English/Language Arts" section, the "English Grammar" section, the "ESL Section", as well as the general "Reference" section.
Dave's ESL Cafe - Dave Sperling provides a variety of learning resources for ESL students, including: a series of discussion forums; the ESL Idiom Page; the ESL Quiz Center; the ESL Help Center; the ESL Phrasal Verb Page; and much more.
Frizzy University Net (FUN) - The homepage's introduction reads "Frizzy University Network (FUN) is a relaxed and comfortable environment in which students learning English as a foreign or second language (EFL/ESL) can improve their writing." FUN has online writing reference materials, like the Websters Dictionary, e-mail connections to other ESL students, and learning resources for instructors
This meta-list of links to other ESL Web sites is hosted by the Internet TESL Journal and is Intended for ESL students. Links are organized under such categories as "Some of the Best Sites", "Games", "Grammar", "Communicating with Others", "Listening", "Writing" and "Reading.
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