worksheetsWorksheets materials for writing, grammar and vocabulary practice

elementaryElementary E1

Pre-Int E2Pre-Intermediate E2

Intermediate E3Intermediate E3

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Info about English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) from the UK government

BBC Learning English

News, webcasts, quizzes and message boards for learners of English across the world, plus resources for teachers.

British Council

Learn English or practise your skills online on the British Council Learn English website.

online exercisesEnglish Online Exercises

Free online interactive learning materials for English Language Learners (ESOL, ESL, EAL, EFL) at all levels. Elementary (Entry 1) materials, Pre-Intermediate (Entry 2) materials and Intermediate (Entry 3) materials with some Upper Intermediate (Level one) materials too. The pages were made to be used in a Self Access Centre environment (Computer Based Learning (CALL)) with the idea that low level language learners could use them independently to improve grammar and vocabulary skills. ICT, ILT and IT skills are also improved especially by the worksheets which support word processing skill development.

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Create and print customized materials
Links to online tools to make worksheets, puzzles, wordsearches and so on to use in the classroom as warmers, support materials or extension activities. Students can also make their own actiuvitis and this supports a learner centered curriculum.


Links for the Manchester College ESOL, Functional Skills and Essential Skills students and learners
moodleESOL Moodle, Student Email ,Student Intranet, Blogs


BBC Pronunciation


Learn English: My Favourite Room

Comparing New york and London

suki sneezeSuki Sneeze Gap Fill



spelling zoneSpelling Zone for E1c Hangman

10 Feb 2011, 17 March 2011, 24 March 2011, 1st April 2011







elementaryEntry 1 Elementary

Pre-Int E2Entry 2 pre-intermediate

Intermediate E3Entry 3 intermediate


Further Information
This website contains Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) activities: games, quizzes, puzzles

The level names used here are from the UK DfES Adult ESOL Core Curriculum. More Information about the UK ESOL levels from the DfES Adult ESOL Core Curriculum -

About levels: The national standards for adult literacy and numeracy are specified at three levels: Entry level, Level 1 and Level 2. Entry level is further divided into three sub-levels: Entry 1, Entry 2 and Entry 3. Entry level has been set out in this way to describe in detail the small steps required for adults to make progress. This sub-division also signals a clear alignment of the skill levels with levels 1, 2 and 3 of the National Curriculum.


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