Where to Learn Advanced English in English
Fengyi last edited by Marina
Hello everyone, I am an intermediate English user, and I am planning to get advanced. May it be possible, that I can learn High-Level English just in an English Interface? How fine it would be, if it is actualized in Lingvist!
poejo86 last edited by poejo86
If you're wanting to learn more about English in an English interface then I'd recommend trying out https://www.noredink.com/. It is great for learning and practicing grammar and you can do quite a bit with their free accounts.
Khan Academy's grammar section (https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/grammar) might also be worth checking out.
Mateusz last edited by
I highly recommend this site vocabulary.com
It boosts your vocabulary immediately, and it's "written for humans by Humans".
Check it out!
uzferry last edited by uzferry
Learn idioms. Write down any word you stumble across over the Internet.
Turrab last edited by Turrab
Nothing will improve your vocabulary and grammar skills as much as reading books will. And it's even better if you use an ebook reader because you can look up definitions much much quicker than a regular dictionary.
Enid Blyton and Roald Dahl are excellent fun authors to start with.
Add in a website like dict.cc or Forvo where you can check correct pronounciation of words and definitions, and you'll be off to a very good start. The perfect complements to this are watching TV shows and speaking the language yourself.
Try searching for a suitable course on Memrise. Or sign up at FutureLearn where you'll have to engage in conversations, sometimes using eloquent language. Words like infrastructure, secular or intergenerational might be often popping up.