The internet is a great resource to help you practice your English after class but sometimes it can be difficult to find a useful website when there is so much choice. Here are eight suggestions for you to try. Enjoy!
En.bab.la – this is an online dictionary with some language games. It also has a really useful section for anyone doing exams or looking to improve their writing skills called ‘phrases’, here you can find a list of commonly used expressions in different styles of writing with an explanation of meaning.
http://www.manythings.org/ – a general website with games and activities to practice vocabulary, grammar, listening and reading. It also has some activities to help you improve your pronunciation.
http://www.eslbasics.com/ – this website has a variety of videos to help you with English. It includes songs with gap fill activities and pronunciation videos.
http://www.eslgold.com/ – this is a very comprehensive website, with activities and tips for all aspects of language learning.
http://www.real-english.com/new-lessons.asp – a great website for beginners or people who want to revise. It uses videos of native speakers to teach key phrases and some grammar points.
http://www.esl-lab.com/index.htm – a selection of interesting listening tasks for all levels.
http://wordsteps.com/ – create your own vocabulary lists using this website. You need to log in first and then you can create your own dictionaries by typing in the vocabulary you want to learn. The website generates activities for you to practice your vocabulary list.
http://www.listen-to-english.com/index.php?cat=podcasts – lots of podcasts which can be downloaded for you to listen to whenever you want.