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Learn the medical English needed for clear communication with patients, clients, and coworkers. Review medical vocabulary and ways to ask questions and give advice in English.
Practice academic vocabulary and get a different perspective on history with a reading and gapfill from JFK's 1961 State of the Union address.
Review and practice the most important psychology vocabulary for understanding discussions and general-interest books and articles.
Practice important research vocabulary and scientific words with these multiple choice, fill-in, and synonym-antonym exercises.
If you’re looking for detective fiction or puzzles in simple English, try the Encyclopedia Brown series! They're written for kids, but they're great reading practice and fun for adults too!
Use these reading comprehension strategies to prepare students for a reading selection and to help them get the most from it.
Planning effective ESL lessons: basic principles, parts of a lesson, and suggestions for student-centered lessons that work.
Knowing these 6 Latin verbs of motion can help you learn over 100 English words made from them. Study the examples, then try the matching quiz.
ESL Games: the number one way to practice English-- and have fun! Ideas for classroom, small group, and individual games, online and off.
Study TOEFL and IELTS vocabulary to prepare for either exam.