Below are some of the online resources we recommend for
individual study. Please tell us about any sites you find
useful and which should be added to this list.
Designed for individual people trying to learn English
without a teacher but not for complete beginners or very advanced
learners. Learners at other levels will fin a wide range of
learning activities and exercises.. Information about finding
an English course in Britain
F lo-Joe was set up in April 2000 by a small team of Cambridge
exam teachers and coursebook authors. It provides grammar,
vocabulary and exam practice to do in your spare time. It
aims be a helping hand for everyone working towards the Cambridge
FCE, CAE and CPE exams.
This BBC site is intended to help you improve your learning
of the English language. Throughout the site you will find
short courses, quizzes, grammar, vocabulary, audio and video
that will help you to improve your English.
Quizzes, tests, exercises and puzzles to help you learn
This is a fun site for students who are learning English as
a Second Language, or studying English in general. Here, you
can learn some idioms, practice with English verbs, test your
grammar, check out the fun stuff page or write a silly story.
Offers a wide range of resources for students, from interactive
tests and educational games to on-line English grammar
Help with dictation, pronunciation, the basics of English,
spelling, grammar and vocabulary. Activites such as games,
tests and quizzes.
Victorianism: An introduction through Victorian Art (pdf)
Creating emphasis in English (pdf)
Writing reports for CAE (pdf)
Tips on doing Parts 3 & 4 of the CAE Speaking test (pdf)
An Introduction to Oscar Wilde (pdf)
Extracts from The Picture of Dorian Gray (pdf)
Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde: A plot summary (pdf)
Extracts for discussion from Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (docx)
Extra materials for a discussion of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (pdf)
Please contact us if you discover a website that should be added to this list.