Useful Internet Links

We have compiled a large collection of websites of interest to teachers and students.

Websites of interest to teachers and learners




Professional Organizations



  • Phonetics: The Sounds of English and Spanish – The University of Iowa
  • VOA: Pronunciation Guide




Testing Sites

Specialty Websites

Other resources

  • ESL Cafe on the Web: Dave Sperling’s regularly updated Cafe is among the most widely visited English language sites on the Web.
  • Digital Education Network: Hosts a range of ELT organizations, and offers a wide range of links and ELT-related information.
  • IATEFL: As well as general information on IATEFL, has links to the Web pages of all the IATEFL SIGs.
  • Internet TESL Journal: In addition to its role as a monthly journal, this site gives access to over 1500 regularly updated ESL\EFL links.
  • Linguistic Funland TESL Page: A large number of links, regularly updated.
  • Babel Fish Translation
  • ClassBrain
  • Edufin
  • English Zone
  • Free Translation
  • Learn English Kids
  • RHL School, Free Teaching Resources
  • ESL Loop: A collection of 50 + sites relevant to ELT on the Web.
  • NEW!!! VoiceNation – Ultimate ESL Subject Guide

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Forum Magazine

The English Teaching Forum, a journal for English teachers outside the United States, is published four times a year (January, April, July and October). There is an on-line edition of the Forum at
You can submit your articles as well by following these instructions. To be considered for publication, manuscripts should be typed, double-spaced, and have margins of at least three centimeters. They should also be accompanied by a statement indicating whether they have been submitted for publication elsewhere. Anything written for submission to Forum should be sent to the following address:

Editor, English Teaching Forum
304 4th Street SW, Room 312
Washington, DC  20547
Fax:  202-401-1250


The Office of English Language Programs is pleased to offer the electronic journals Language and Civil Society and Language and Life Science to teachers of English as a foreign language. These journals contain ready-to-use lesson plans and are suitable for students at the intermediate level. Each chapter contains background information, classroom-ready activities, and related resources and references. Teachers are encouraged to download and use the lessons, adapting them to suit the need of their students.