Ten Best English Learning Websites (According to Teacherdom.com)

Hello and welcome to another amazingly informative English blog article. Here I am again to take a look at some fantastic websites that I often use in my English classes I give online. If you are interested in booking lessons with me, just click HERE!


So here are my top ten websites (not in any order of best to worst – they are all equally good):

  1. http://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/  I love this website and often use it to practise exercises with my students, who equally love it. The best thing about it is the grammar explanations and the quality of the exercise questions.
  2. http://iteslj.org/questions/getting.html This is a wonderful site if you are looking for information on conversation questions which you could use to help you improve your English skills. It is also very good for English teachers who occasionally need some inspiration for their lessons.
  3. http://www.about.com/education/ An almost unlimited amount of useful information for students and teachers, this website is a place I will often go to get inspiration for my lessons. Especially useful areas are those which focus on English for specific purposes.
  4. http://www.eslgold.com/speaking/low_beginning.html I have used this website for a long time now. It is particularly useful for students who need to learn phrases, though there is such a large archive of resources that you are guaranteed to find something for all your needs.
  5. http://www.learnenglishfeelgood.com/ This is a great website for its vast selection of exercises. I especially like the sections on common errors in English.
  6. http://www.englishpage.com/ This website is probably the only website you will need to learn everything about English grammar and verb tenses. The list of explanations and exercises will take you from a beginner to a proficient student in no time.
  7. https://esllibrary.com/welcome This is a website primarily for teachers, though I believe that any student will also enjoy the content on this website.
  8. https://effortlessenglishclub.com/ I have included this website as I love this guy. I won’t say anything else and leave you to take your decision to follow him. (I don’t get anything for putting this website here. I honestly think he has great methods.)
  9. http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish Need I say more?
  10. http://www.businessenglishresources.com/31-2/student-section/ For business English go here.
  11. http://businessballs.com/ This is simply wonderful. Check it out.

Did you notice the title says 10 best English learning websites? So why are there 11? Well, technically number 7 is not for learning English, right? It’s for teachers! Besides, it’s ok to break protocol.


Thanks for reading.


Teacher Dominic