A variety of resources – many used in genuine classes – to aid in English study:

I. Speaking

(i) Interactive Dialogues
(ii) Sample Dialogues
(iii) Phrase Book

II. Listening

III. Reading

(i) Selected Articles
(ii) The Western Press
(iii) Reading Lists

IV. Writing

(i) Adjusting Tone
(ii) Punctuation Guide
(iii) Upgrading Language Exercises
(iv) Writing Essays
(v) Email Samples

V. Grammar

(i) Grammar Points (by level)

VI. Vocabulary

(i) Vocabulary Clusters (by level)
(ii) Latin Used in English
(iii) French Used in English
(iv) Shakespearean Phrases
(v) Acronyms, Abbreviations and Chat Slang

VII. Structural Phrases

(i) Structural Phrases (by level)
(ii) Linking Phrases

VIII. Idioms

(i) Idioms (by letter)

IX. Literary Devices

Alliteration
Rhyme
Onomatopoeia
Simile (simple)
Simile (advanced)
Personification
Rhetorical Question
Hyperbole
Sarcasm
Litotes
Oxymoron
Consonance
Assonance
Metaphor (simple)
Metaphor (advanced)
Understatement
Anaphora
Epistrophe
Analogy
Parallelism
Euphemism
Soraismus
Chiasmus
Pun
Irony
Paradox
Koan
Synecdoche

X. Avoiding Mistakes

(i) Common ESL Mistakes

XI. Lesson Archive

(i) Lessons (by level)