The important thing about learning, whether you are an adult or a child, is that it should always be an interesting and enjoyable activity – and our English learning materials can guarantee that.
The vital thing, now that you have developed your skill in the four key areas of speaking and listening, reading and writing, is to make sure that you have sufficient practice to enable those skills to continue to evolve. The only way to improve is to continually practice – it’s the same in any activity, but especially one such as learning English. So, let’s have a look at some of the free learning materials that we have collected to help ensure that you can communicate as effectively as possible – either orally or in writing.
We have arranged the resources in our Learning Materials section so that they cater sufficiently for both people beginning their studies of English and the more advanced learners.
Here’s what you will be able to find:

• Worksheets - a whole selection, especially prepared for beginners, that will give you lots of opportunity to improve your reading and writing skills.

• Practice Exercises – specifically designed to help with the tricky area of pronunciation.
• Word Games – not just fun, but important, too, as we have games that will revise and improve your use of adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, and many other vital aspects of English.

• Test papers – for you to download and complete; and, yes, there are answers as well!

• Advanced Exercises – for the more experienced students, there are specifically designed materials relevant to phonemics, assimilation, word and particle sequences, in addition to
our ‘Getting Ready for Discussion’ sheets.

All of these materials can be downloaded so that you can print them out and use them at times that are convenient to your studying habits.

And, of course, by putting in the time to work through the materials you’ll ensure that your proficiency in English is steadily progressing. Our Learning Materials are so designed that, by using them methodically, you’ll also develop the following empirical skills as well –Your vocabulary will be widened; You will learn practical, effective ways of remembering new words and phrases that you meet;You will be able to write fluent, well-structured essays;Your communication, formally as well as informally, with workmates and superiors at work will be improved;You will be able to make presentations in an articulate, professional manner – perhaps enhancing your job prospects as well; You’ll develop the ability to create ‘thinking time’ in the middle of conversations; You will appreciate the way to adapt the tone of your speech to suit different situations; You’ll no longer make those common mistakes of word order or pronunciation that so many non-English speakers make when they begin the language.

All of these things, and many more besides, can be enhanced by simply working your way through our English Learning Materials.
Good luck. We’re sure you’ll enjoy them.

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Author's Bio: 

She has been an English teacher for over 20 years, beginning in her native country, and now in Abu Dhabi. She hase worked with all levels of learning, both beginning and advanced, and with children as well as adults. Her site has lots of resources for English learners of all ages and level of learning. Lots of games and activities, with tips on how to become more proficient in English.


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