GENERAL ENGLISH COURSES

Following a general English course means working on all four skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) and both instruments (grammar and vocabulary). You might follow a book or adequate online materials. ELT-Tutor can help you in both cases.

COURSE OFFER

Remember that you can always opt for a Mini Course to train only one skill (Conversation, Listening, Reading or Writing) or revise a set of grammar structures / vocabulary fields:

To be able to give you an appropriate course offer, we need to know your entry level, this means the level you need to learn and/or revise:

ONLINE PRACTICE FOR SELF-STUDY

You can find exercises, quizzes, song-based fun tasks on THIS PAGE.

ELT-TUTOR ALSO SUGGESTS these websites to practise general English:

#Vocabulary:

BRITISH COUNCIL – LEARN ENGLISH: Vocabulary revision from A to Z
CAMBRIDGE DICTIONARY: Image quizzes
ENGLISH CLUB: Word of the day (sayings, idioms, phrasal verbs and slang words)

#Grammar:

BRITISH COUNCIL – LEARN ENGLISH: Grammar reference bank
CAMBRIDGE DICTIONARY: British grammar exercises
OXFORD PRACTICE GRAMMAR: reading and grammar test bank

#Listening:

BRITISH COUNCIL – LEARN ENGLISH: Ever-green for every student from A1 to C1
NEWSY: News videos with transcripts
ELLO: Listening lessons for everyone
ESL VIDEO: Videos and scenes with questions
TED: Great talks with transcripts in many languages

#Speaking:

SPEAK AND IMPROVE: Try to convince this little robot that you are really good in English

#Reading:

BRITISH COUNCIL – LEARN ENGLISH: Reading exercises from A1 to C1
NEWS IN LEVELS: Read the same news article at different levels
MACMILLAN: Reader’s Level Test

#Writing:

BRITISH COUNCIL – LEARN ENGLISH: free sample texts and exercises
WRITE & IMPROVE: free writing tasks and proofreading

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