The free ESL vocabulary worksheets and lessons in this site cover everyday slang for communication in real life situations. Select one of our major sections from above to explore more of this site. Here is a brief description of what each section offers:
Phrase of the day
To not pan out
To not work out the way you wanted it to.
“"The new job didn't pan out. I had to quit because I couldn't work as many hours as they wanted me to."
This section covers common English vocabulary and phrases categorized by their context (The situation in which they would be used). Their meaning and an example of its use are explained. Once you feel you have learned the list, you can test yourself with fill-in-the-blanks, matching and other ESL worksheets. Each of these present the vocabulary words in context to improve overall English fluency.
This section covers common English expressions that describe feelings, situations, actions and more. They are also known as colloquialisms. English as a second language students will find these useful since they are not usually included in textbooks.
Students can find different language learning strategies and tips on learning English.
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