Top Sites to Learn to Speak English

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Top Sites to Learn to Speak English

Top Sites to Learn to Speak English

We searched the web over for Top Sites to Learn to Speak English. These sites are the best sites that we have found. We have submissions from writers all over the world, and I have had a few of those writers ask for help speaking English. Many are very good writers, but they just want some help speaking. So we gathered up 10 sites to help you learn to speak English.

Learning English can very difficult. Most of these sites are for people learning to speak English as a second language, and a couple on the list are for school children. We’ve just picked the best sites we could find. This used to be the 10 Best Sites to Learn to Speak English, but this time we found 14. We just dropped the number.

In truth, it is difficult to see young children or adults struggling because of the language barrier. I see it just about every day. This page loosely goes along with Every Writer, but I feel it is needed.

1. Talk English

Best site we’ve found. It has tons of audio for you to lis1. ten to, vocabulary, phrases and conversations. They have multiple options for learning and speaking English.

2. Lets Talk In English

Lets Talk in English give you the chance to talk in English. They have many many resources for writers.

3. BBC Learning English

BBC has a ton of resources on how to speak and learn English. A must for someone struggling.

4. English Club

A good site. They have a ton of resources for people who are just starting to speak English.

5. Voki

This is a pretty fun site. It allows you to create an avatar of yourself and share it with others. You can practice speaking this way. It is more targeted toward Elementary school age children, but the site is so neat, we had to list it.

6. Language Guide

A large resources for someone just starting to learn English.

7. Listen and Write 

Basically Listen and Write allows you to hear the language and then asks you to fill in the words by typing them. It is a helpful site. It will test you. has many options for translating the site into many different languages. It’s got multiple articles and games to play. It is a very useful site.

9. English Central Videos

This site has many videos that can be slowed and sped up, and the videos give you options to read the words and fill in the blanks while watching. It’s very helpful.

10. Duolingo 

May be the best site on this list. You can learn many different languages on this site. It starts with your home language, but lets you hear and read and learn a second language. It’s outstanding.

11. Babel Village 

This is a social networking site of sorts. It isn’t for children. It is like several other sites on this list, and a new thing in English learning sites. It allows you to meet real people from other countries and speak to them.

12. Speaky 

Speaky is very much like Babel Village. This site also lets you meet people from other countries and speak to them.

13. How do you do 

Is the last English learning social network on our list.

14. Learning English from Voa News 

Voa news Learning English has a multitude of videos that aid in learning English.

Richard Edwards has a BFA in Creative Writing and Journalism from Bowling Green State University and an M.S. in Education from the University of Akron. Managing editor of Drunk Duck, poetry editor for Prairie Margins, reporter for Miscellany, Akron Journal, Lorain Journal...check our About Us page for more. Also here is info on our On Classic Articles

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