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ESL Gold: Speaking English

 Maintained by ESL instructors, this site is valuable for anyone learning or teaching English conversation. Phrases for conversation often have audio links that model the sentences. Many conversation topics are provided, together with textbook recommendations, speaking activities, learning strategies, and quizzes.
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 Maintained by ESL instructors, this site is valuable for anyone learning or teaching English conversation. Phrases for conversation often have audio links that model the sentences. Many conversation topics are provided, together with textbook recommendations, speaking activities, learning strategies, and quizzes. Conversation is rated as low beginning, high beginning, low intermediate, high intermediate, and advanced.

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