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Who are we?
The Learn English Network is a not-for-profit organisation registered in the UK. We have been providing support to ESL learners and teachers since 1999.
We are a voluntary organisation and we do what we do for the love of English.
We run a network of web sites and online services with the help of our volunteers.
We organise events on several platforms. These events are dedicated to helping ESL and EFL learners and teachers. All events are free to participants and open to all.
The Learn English Network offers English grammar and extensive British English vocabulary sections along with a free English magazine, diary, games, lessons and tests and an insight into British culture, Traditions and customs.
About the Network
By using some of the latest web based technologies the Learn English Network covers a broad range of English skills.
This site contains a wealth of resources to help you learn English free online, including help with listening skills and pronunciation, along with sections on the basics of English, spelling, grammar and activities such as games, tests and quizzes.
In addition there is an extensive vocabulary section which uses pictures and sound and sections on British culture, customs and traditions.
The teacher’s section is my attempt to share some of my experience and also provides advice on how to use this site to enrich your lessons along with lesson plans and handouts.
The Learn English Online site has free English lessons for beginners.
The Free English Magazine gives you the chance to read and listen to new material every month.
HOW IT ALL STARTED
JUST FOR FUN
Lynne’s Blog – is where she puts anything that might be of interest and tells you a bit about herself and why she started all this.
- When is a date not a date?
When it’s a date:- This is a date.Designed by FreepikThis…
- A new word for me – and I like it!
Although I’m not keen on labels, I have decided that…
|Lynne’s photos – show you a bit of her life and what interests her.|
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