Resources for English Language Learners
Books in World Languages
Resources from the Library
Online courses for many different languages, as well as a translation tool.
Practice tests for the US citizenship exam and TOEFL tests, as well as many others.
In English is a complete video program for teaching English which introduces over 2000 words and basic English sentence structure in units of self instruction. It is available for check out at the Main Library.
The accompanying workbooks for each unit are available below as PDF files. Please visit the library Reference Desk if you would like to purchase printed copies.
Valley Opportunity Council offers English classes for adults, as well as many other services.
Some helpful websites for English skills, grammar, and vocabulary.
Websites for studying English
ESL Gold has practice for idioms, grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, business, the TOEFL test and more.
Learn English Today has English vocabulary, idioms and proverbs.
Reading, writing, conversation, and grammar studies. This website connects to other websites for its content.
English Grammar practice.
Websites with Audio
Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab has three levels of listening practice.
Radio programs in English available online. For intermediate or advanced English learners.
Audio poetry, songs, animal facts, and more.
Voice of America has current news broadcasts in simple English.
Websites with Pronounciation Help
Rachel's English offers help with individual sounds of English, not in speaking in full sentences.
Audio files of vocabulary lists to listen to on your computer.
Merriam-Webster online dictionary provides audio pronunciations.
Websites for Reading English
Short stories for beginner and intermediate English learners.
Websites for English Vocabulary
Vocabulary activities and pronunciation help with simple, clear definitions.
The dictionary is divided into subjects for easy searching.
Vocabulary for business, medical, and other specialized topics.
Websites for English Writing
Advice for writing in English.
The online version of the classic writing book by Strunk and White is good for people with advanced English skills.
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