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The 5 Best Online Tools for Improving Your English

Here is a list of the best places for learning English online that I would recommend and have used.

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Native English Lessons

Native English Lessons

One of the best services for teaching English I have come across recently would be Native English Lessons. Here, you can take online lessons with Native Speakers in your area or Via Skype and Facetime. Learning privately with a native speaker is probably the best way to improve your English in a fast time. It's an extremely new service but is definitely worth checking out.

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English Club Forum

English Club Forum

I have used many online forums before but for me, the best one so far is probably EnglishClub. In the forum and on the website there are lots of tips and tools you can use to improve your English fast. The users on this forum are also very friendly and will help you with everything from grammar to pronunciation.

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YouTube

YouTube

Probably the most obvious one here would be the use of youtube. Sure, there is a lot of rubbish on here that probably won't help you at all. However, once you get past that, there are some great channels that can really help you with English. There is a wide range of topics, teachers and even different accents.

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Learn English Online

Learn English Online

Learn English Online is a business designed to do exactly what you would think, they help you learn English online. They have a whole load of well-structured lessons to help you learn the basics all the way to the more complex issues everyone seems to have with English.

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British Council

British Council

The best place for learning British English would be the British Council website. Here they have plenty of resources for furthering your English level as well as some great online courses you can take. They also offer lots of opportunities to take an English proficiency exam. This is one of my favourite resources.