Learn English at Home
Here are some courses from Future Learn. You must pay to do the courses but you can access the study materials for free if you register.
Here is an online course from BBC Learning English. It is a good way to practise your English and includes activities to boost your grammar, vocabulary and punctuation.
Entry 3 Topic Work
Try these activities from ESOL Courses to practise different skills:
New Internationalist Learn English Wiki provides reading activities, where you can also practise your grammar and vocabulary:
Speaking and Listening
Listen to these recordings from British Council about a group of friends living in London. You can also do activities to practise the language they use.
Watch these videos from ESOL Courses:
Randall’s ESL Listening Lab has many different listening activities:
For a fun listening activity, go to Lyrics Training– find your favourite song and type in the lyrics.
Here are some reading comprehension activities from ESOL Courses:
The British Council Learn English website has lots of reading activities to help you understand everyday English and language you need for the workplace:
Do you enjoy reading stories? Try reading short stories on the British Council’s Learn English website:
Read this guide from Using English on how to write a formal letter.
Learn English Teens has a variety of activities for different types of writing:
British Council Learn English offers many activities to help you develop your writing skills about familiar topics:
Watch these 6 minute grammar audios from BBC Learning English:
Here are some activities from English File:
Look at these resources from ESOL Courses to develop your vocabulary for health and looking for a job:
You can find activities on the British Council website to learn the meaning, pronunciation and spelling of new words:
Games to Learn English has different activities to practise your vocabulary: