You might have seen some of the words here, but ListMonde has managed to create an attractive inforgraphic for the common misused (or even confused) words among English language users. Check out the ...

Learning English can be difficult to many, especially when the grammar bit comes into the picture. For every grammar rule, there is almost always an exception. Not only that, sometimes the words can be rather confusing as well, especially when it has multiple meanings that change according to context. However, it’s all these “difficulties” that ...

If you are looking for a mobile app that could encourage your students to learn vocabulary, then try Word Learner for Android. This free app comes with a collection of 380 words categorised as Beginner/Expert. It comes with Learn Word Mode and Test Mode. The learning of new words is done through the flashcard method. ...

Clockwords is a flash-based game that test one’s vocabulary as well as typing skill. It is supported by Dictionary.com. Set in a Victorian age, your task is to think and type as fast as you can to fend off invaders that attempt to steal your secret machine. The game is fun and engaging for learners ...

Teaching students to read and write academic texts may be a daunting task and often makes teachers unsure of where to start. Well, if you are teaching average (and below) students, then you might want to start ‘drilling’ them with the most common words used in academic writing. Of course, drilling here means meaningful drill, ...

While it may be culturally-biased, some comic strips can be greatly utilised as a source of motivation for English language learners. I recently discovered a creative teacher (Mr. Frank Degenaar) teaching in Brazil who have compiled a great list of comic strips for the teaching of idiomatic expressions and phrasal verbs. He updates his blog ...

This is a compilation of useful verbs and adjectives that can be given to your ESL students in helping them to describe. You can also create activities based on the words ...