10 blogs to learn English

A. FluentU English

A wonderfully varied resource for English learners. This blog covers areas such as grammar and vocabulary, whilst also publishing posts dedicated to language learning tips and motivation. FluentU also posts articles with links to great YouTube channels and podcasts for English language learners.

B. BBC Learning English

BBC Learning English is a department of the BBC World Service devoted to English language teaching. The service provides free resources and activities for teachers and students, primarily through its website.

C. English Teacher Melanie

Melanie is a TESL (Teaching English as a Second Language) qualified teacher, and the posts on her blog are brilliantly written. Her website contains grammar and vocabulary tips, as well as suggested reading guides for each level of English learner.

D. Perfect English Grammar

Lots of free explanations and exercises to help you perfect your English grammar.

E. World of Wanderlust

World of Wanderlust is the world’s leading solo female travel blog following Brooke Saward around the world. Your online destination for travel packing guides, travel tips and endless travel inspiration.

F. Word Coach

Learn English IELTS Exam Preparation, GRE Exam Tips: We pick up 10 random words to enrich your vocabulary. English Vocabulary builder, English Dictionary, Vocabulary builder application, word book, quiz

G. Hand Luggage Only

Travel, Food and Home Inspiration with door-to-door Travel Planner! | Travel Advice, Travel Inspiration, Home Inspiration, Food Inspiration, Recipes.

H. Real Life English

Real Life English is a multi-platform resource that includes podcasts, a YouTube channel and blog posts, each with a focus on learning English through ‘real life’ situations. There is also a paid, online course you can take (linked on the website) if you’d like to further your online learning.

I. English Grammar Revolution

The best way to teach and learn English grammar. Lessons and exercises teaching grammar with sentence diagramming. Confident teachers, engaged students, joyful learning.

J. All Ears English

Although an American culture based podcast series, these episodes are great for intermediate to advanced learners, as the two hosts teach you how to use idioms, phrasal verbs and general vocabulary in everyday situations. They also have episodes dedicated to preparing for exams such as those provided by IELTS (International English Language Testing System) or TOEFL (Test Of English as a Foreign Language).

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