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    Resources for English Language Learners and Teachers | Pearson English

  • Introducing the online Pearson English International Certificate
    After years of success helping test-takers around the world achieve their dreams of getting an official certificate in English, we’re excited to announce the new online Pearson English International Certificate.  This flexible, on-demand test has been designed to meet the practical needs of 21st century test-takers, employers and universities. While... Read more »
  • Finding a new future: Free English language tests for refugees
    The world is facing a growing refugee crisis. Over 26 million people have been forced to leave their homes and their countries. That’s equivalent to the entire population of Australia having to flee abroad. When you include displaced and stateless people, that number rises to over 80 million. To make... Read more »
  • VideoWhat’s the most effective way to learn English?
    What’s the most effective way to learn English? It’s a question that has perplexed linguists for years – and one that four of us got to chew over on a panel at this month’s ASU+GSV conference in San Diego. For those not familiar with the conference, it seeks to be... Read more »
  • Building a reading habit: Do the Challenge!
    Hopefully, you’ve been following our discussion around the importance of building a reading habit in young learners. Ideally, you’ve also managed to encourage some parents of your students to take part in the Reading Together Challenge!   Now, if none of this sounds familiar, please take a look at my previous blog post: Do the Reading Together Challenge! As part... Read more »
  • VideoPearson English International Certificate: Preparation vs familiarization
    The new online Pearson English International Certificate is an assessment that tests a candidate’s English language ability across all CEFR levels from A1 to C2. Perfect for students or workers, now test-takers can schedule their test at any time at a Pearson-approved testing center or at home using OnVue, our... Read more »
  • VideoInternational Certificate home testing: Benefits, rules and requirements
    Education has embraced remote and hybrid learning – and it looks like it’s here to stay as a more accessible option for students everywhere. For the same reasons, even higher-stakes English exams are proving it’s possible to throw off old-fashioned approaches and adapt to the changing needs and expectations of... Read more »
  • How to teach English to pre-primary students
    Teaching pre-primary learners requires a different approach than teaching primary or older students. You need to use a very different skillset and it can be a challenge to shift gears and adjust your expectations. Teaching expert and materials writer Jeanne Perrett has years of experience working with the youngest learners.... Read more »

Grammarly

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    Grammarly Blog

  • What Is the Hasty Generalization Fallacy?
    Lots of recent posts on the Grammarly blog have been about logical fallacies, so it’s safe to conclude Grammarly’s blog is focused on logical fallacies.  Not quite. While it’s true that we’ve published a number of posts on logical fallacies, it’s inaccurate to say the blog is focused on logical... Read more »
  • How I Added Grammarly’s SDK to a Google Site in 7 Minutes
    These days, building things on the internet is fast. You can buy a domain, create a website, and deploy it all in one day. I love internet magic as much as the next person, but sometimes I think, “how can that be possible?” I used to wait days for DNS... Read more »
  • When to Use a Colon, with Examples
    A colon introduces an element or series of elements that illustrates or amplifies the information that precedes the colon.   Though using a colon may seem confusing, its function is straightforward. Think of it as a flashing arrow that points to the information following it. When a colon appears in a... Read more »
  • What Is an Acronym? Definition and Examples
    We use abbreviations every day—in writing, texting, note-taking, and talking. There are a few different categories of abbreviations, and acronyms is one of them. When you shorten a phrase by using just the first letter of each word and then pronounce it as a new word, you’re using an acronym.... Read more »
  • Grammarly Champions a User-First Approach to Protecting Data Security and Privacy
    This year, Grammarly reached a milestone on our mission to improve lives by improving communication. Over 50,000 teams at organizations including Atlassian, Databricks, and Siemens now rely on our B2B offering, Grammarly Business, to help them achieve their goals through effective communication. Our service offerings are used by tens of... Read more »
  • The $6.25M Hidden Cost Impacting Your Bottom Line
    US companies are leaking money because of miscommunication. Breakdowns, bottlenecks, and misunderstandings are significant challenges in the hybrid- and remote-work era. A study by Grammarly conducted with The Harris Poll found that companies with 500 employees lose $6.25 million each year to resolving communication issues—and these costs only increase with... Read more »
  • What Are Vowels? Definition and Examples
    Vowels are letters that represent speech sounds where air leaves the mouth without any blockage by the tongue, lips, or throat. The vowels in the alphabet are a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes y. All other letters in the English alphabet are consonants, which represent speech sounds where air... Read more »

ABA ENGLISH

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    ABA Journal

  • Vegetables in English: vocabulary about greens and produce
    Who hasn’t heard that vegetables are good for your health? Certainly, they’re very important in our dishes and contain many nutrients. And now we get to the most important question: What are they called? Subcategories of “Vegetables”? Before we begin to go over the names of all the vegetables, it’s... Read more »
  • Most-used words for everyday objects in English
    The names of common objects are part of the vocabulary you’ll need to know for day-to-day communication. Now you may be thinking…but there’s so much to learn!  Don’t stress; we’ll give you some ideas for tackling this vocabulary and we’ll list 50 words you’re sure to learn quickly. Household objects... Read more »
  • Diseases
    Have you imagined the following scenario? You’re in an English-speaking country and everything is going very well, until…you start to feel ill. Your stomach hurts, you start to feel like you have a fever and you wonder what to do. You’ll definitely want to seek medical advice. Certainly, the following... Read more »
  • How do you write a formal letter?
    Before tackling the structure of a formal letter, the first thing to establish is what type of letter you need to write. You can discover this easily by answering the question: Why do I need to write this letter? For example, perhaps you need to write a cover letter to... Read more »
  • Professions in English: 100+ professions and trades
    Have you ever asked yourself what the difference between a profession and a trade is? Usually, we use “profession” to mean a job that requires some type of academic training to be able to do. On the other hand, trades are those that don’t necessarily require formal or academic study... Read more »
  • Parts of the house: essential vocabulary you should learn
    When children learn to speak, logically they start by learning the names of the things that are close to them, the things that surround them. This way, they expand their familiarity with the places they know, and at the same time increase their vocabulary. The same thing happens with learning... Read more »
  • Sports vocabulary
    If you’re a sports fan, you probably already know the names of the most common sports. However, sports vocabulary is pretty broad. Think about all the types of sports out there: group, individual, extreme, aquatic, among others. Do you dream of running the New York Marathon? What about going to... Read more »

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