It has everything you need, all in one place and for free.There are lots of short, interactive activities to help you practice and improve your English.
It has everything you need, all in one place and for free.
Each activity focuses on a different language skill, such as reading, writing, listening, pronunciation, grammar or vocabulary.
The activities are all designed for use on mobile devices, so you can practice English at home or on the go, making use of even a few spare minutes.
But there's one more very important aspect to look at.
As a teacher, I have often had to give low marks to well-organised essays with good grammar and vocabulary with the comment "RTQ" – Read The Question. Analyse it, perhaps by underlining the parts of it that are important, and then plan.
Take our free online English test to find out which level to choose.
Select your level, from beginner (CEFR level A1) to advanced (CEFR level C1), and improve your writing skills at your own speed, whenever it's convenient for you.
The self-study lessons in this section are written and organised according to the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for languages (CEFR).
There are different types of model texts, with writing tips and interactive exercises that practise the writing skills you need to do well in your studies, to get ahead at work and to communicate in English in your free time.
At lower levels, it's not so difficult as the questions are fairly straightforward.
For example, this essay for FCE: You have to say whether there is too much sport on TV or whether the amount of sport on TV is acceptable.