Monthly Archives: April 2012


Anglo-Link: Free Learn English Videos on YouTube and Test Your level

Anglo-link.com offers many ressources to help you improve your English, including quite a few high quality video-lessons on Youtube.

  1. Check out the video-channel here! 
  2. You can also Test your level of English here :

Enjoy!

 


Video:Learn ESL: Vocabulary for Business Letters

with Alfredo Deambrosi

Writing a business letter can be intimidating for an English learner. Watch this About.com video to learn some common English phrases to help you write a successful letter.

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“Questions No One Knows the Answers To”: A Video-lesson…

Let’s Begin…

In the first of a new TED-Ed series designed to catalyze curiosity, TED Curator Chris Anderson
shares his boyhood obsession with quirky questions that seem to have no answers.

“Questions No One Knows the Answers To”: This is a fantastic video asking “real” questions!
Maybe YOU have some answers…

Remember to click on the Captions Icon (Small red “CC” icon) if you have issues
following/understanding the video.

Happy watching!
Pierre


Welcome to the ENGLiSH CiRCLE!

Below are all the various ways you can connect to the ENGLiSH CiRCLE!

A professional Facebook Page dedicated to English Learning!
Join us on LinkedIn!    

We’ll love to hear some feedback about our new site!

Talk to you soon,
Pierre 


LessonStream.org: original video lessons…

LessonStream.orgLessonStream.org is a site with a collection of original video lessons.
So far there are 72 lessons on the site, for Elementary, Intermediate or Advance Level Learners, be they Young Learners, Teens, Adults or Business learners…
You can choose your lesson by Level, Learner Type, Video Time, Activity, Language aim or Material…
A really well made site and great lessons!
Check it out here! 


Audio-Lingua.eu: Free .mp3 to listen to!

audio-lingua.eu

What is Audio-Lingua ? A collaborative bank of authentic audio resources, recorded by native speakers, for a freely pedagogical or personal use, according to the rights of use which are detailed in the legal notice.

Audio documents ? The mp3 files are classified according to the reference levels defined by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. You can listen to the audio files online, download them one after another or also register to the podcast. For more details, read this article How does it work ?.

Collaborative ? It means that any person who feels interested may contribute by sending personal audio documents. Fill in the form.

Authentic ? For they are only made by native speakers (English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Russian or Chinese) ! All accents can be useful.

Aim ? To train oral comprehension for anyone who would like to improve this language skill. To provide language teachers with authentic resources.

Try it out: it’s here!