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History of China, China History, ancient China, Chinese history. EnglishCN.com. ESL Resources. Links to Other Sites for ESL Students Dave's ESL Café is an interactive site for both teachers and students.

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It has chat rooms, discussion forums, and places to ask questions of all kinds. You play games, take quizzes, and learn about both academic English and slang. PEAK English combines free services like games and chat rooms with reading, listening, and grammar exercises that you have to pay for. It is geared towards American English, and has resources for both students and teachers. The Internet TESL Journal is designed for teachers, but has useful information for students, too. The English Studies Home Page has a brief history of the English language, where you can find out why this is such a strange language. English Space is another site where you have to login, but login is free. The BBC, or British Broadcasting Company, site is a resource for people who want to learn British English. The DEIL LinguaCenter is an easy to use site. Dave's ESL Cafe. English worksheets: American English and British English worksheets.

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  1. comwyz Jan 26 2012
    You are welcome! I am always trying the best free resources to learn Chinese.