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Links I recommend
On this page you will find everything you need for our time together: study resources, listening and reading ideas, series, specific articles or videos, as well as sites to help with your pronunciation.
I will be adding to it as we move along.
Curious about your English level, here are some Level Tests you could try
If you like to do gramar exercises , here's a carefully selected list.
If you prefer to learn gramar through videos, here are some great sites
If grammar videos are ok but not entertaining enough for you, try these
Listening to impactful speeches to improve your vocabulary and undestanding
Specifically for English learners
Listening to "real" English
Podcast ideas (coming soon)
Listening without videos is a bit more challenging . It's something great to do when you can't watch a screen
Watching videos on many different topics to help improve your listening comprehension
Watching and listening to English is great, but how about reading? Reading is wonderful for vocabulary
Reading room (beginner)
Reading area (intermediate)
Reading zone (different levels)
Not sure how to pronounce words?
Try these websites, they are amazing
TED ED are amazing short cartoon format "lessons" about so many different subjects. Excellent for your English also!
Dhar Man : short stand-alone episodes with a moral good to hear everyday English in small doses
App to set in English :
– France 24 app
– BRUT (short videos)
Inside Out : a movie/cartoon about emotions (in French called: vice versa)
Some other recommendations:
- series I liked for the fact that they don't have a specific vocabulary
- Websites where you can find all types of topics to read about or to watch (that are not speficic to English learners)
- Good apps to install on your phone to get your daily dose of English
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