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English-at-Home

English-at-Home Designed for English Language Learners, this fascinating site offers a collection of lessons on grammar, vocabulary, tenses, verbs and speaking. The best parts are sections on idioms and real-life English—imagine the bewilderment of an English Language Learner trying to
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English-at-Home


Designed for English Language Learners, this fascinating site offers a collection of lessons on grammar, vocabulary, tenses, verbs and speaking. The best parts are sections on idioms and real-life English—imagine the bewilderment of an English Language Learner trying to understand the idiom "couch-potato"! There are also forums in which users post questions about various language-related issues, which would make for an interesting whole-class discussion. This can be used as an individual learning tool or to support in-class lessons.

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