There are more summer word videos like this on Vidtionary.com
EnglishNumber.com is a very good little website to help you learn and practice… English numbers!
Small numbers, large numbers, and numbers of all kinds – such as the name of years (2018), months, dates, fractions, math equations, decimals, and percentages.
There are listening exercises where you can see if you understand the numbers correctly.
This works best on your computer, but it mostly works on your phone/tablet.
Use this web page to practice saying the letters of the alphabet.
Touch the letter and you will hear it pronounced. Then try to repeat it out loud. When you think you can say the letters, try the Speaking Challenge and the Listening Challenge.
SayLish is a quite-new website to help you listen to English words and phrases – as part of presentations and conversations posted on YouTube. PLUS – you can record your own voice, to compare your pronunciation with the video.
Voice recording support has been added just recently on iPhone/iPad with Safari, and we’ll give an example with that. It also works with Android phones/tablets, and desktop computers.
For example, if you search for videos with the word “infrequently“, you will see part of a YouTube video that contains your chosen word. After you listen to this, you can pause and …
- Repeat this to hear it again
- Go to the next video that contains this word
- or press the “Speaking” button to switch to the screen where you can record your voice
- After you listen, press the microphone to record, and try to pronounce the words you hear. Then press Stop () when you finish
Then you can …
- Compare your pronunciation with the speaker in the video
- Go to the next part of the SAME video
- Go to the next video that contains your search word
Saylish has additional features which we will cover in another posting.
Learn the names of these cleaning supplies, and listen to the pronunciation…
Read more about these on Learn English Have Fun.
There is a YouTube channel called English For You. They have recorded 80 classes of about one hour each. They categorize them as:
- Beginner (30 videos)
- Elementary (30 videos – a little more difficult than beginner)
- Intermediate (20 videos – more difficult than elementary)
The videos are a mix of American and British English. Here’s an example – the first lesson from their elementary videos…