Click here the POLYGLOT GATHERING 2022 material
When learning a language, it is important to discover resources on your own. Here are some examples of resources I have used both as a learner and a teacher. But there are many more! Also, make sure you find interesting content on social media, and podcast and streaming platforms. I’ve personally used all of the links here as an instructor and/or learner.
FLASHCARD AND SPACED REPETITION SOFTWARE
They can help you learn vocabulary. Anki will also plan your learning so you don’t forget anything as long as you review regularly. You can make your cards or choose from available decks. Anki is for pros. They both have desktop versions and apps.
BBC Sounds of English – to practice English sounds
Forvo – a pronunciation dictionary by the people for the people
Howjsay – a great resource for the pronunciation of terminology
Sounds of Speech (Iowa University) – to see how sounds are articulated
IPA chart 2020 (pdf)
Interactive IPA chart I (International Phonetic Association)
Interactive IPA chart II (UCLA)
Interactive IPA chart III (University of Victoria)
English Hilfen – only one website here, enough as a go-to basic grammar reference and exercise source
ENGLISH LANGUAGE YOUTUBERS (ONLY BRITISH AND COMMONWEALTH)
Look for your own content. Here are some I gladly watch.
English with Lucy
Learn English with Papa Teach Me
Eat Sleep Dream English
OTHER YOUTUBE CHANNELS
Remember to look for your own channels, whether you’re a gamer or a born philosopher, there’s always something for you on YT and Instagram. Here’s a sample of my choice.
The School of Life
Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell
GENERAL ENGLISH LEARNING WEBSITES
Look for the on your mobile app store (no links here).