Basic ESL Online
The online lessons work hand in hand with the workbooks. Self study is the key to learning a new language. A guided lesson in the classroom is a great start to learning a new grammar concept. Self study with Basic ESL Online gives students a chance to repeat and practice what they learned in class. The online lessons come with the added benifit of quality English pronunciations and native language support.
Choose any of the langauges below to view a demo with the native language support.
English Audio Pronunciation
Much of the text found in the online lessons comes with English audio pronunciation. The vocabulary, sentence structure examples, listening exercises, conversation exercises and other sections have quality English audio pronunciations.
Students looking to refine their pronunciation will be able to listen and repeat the words and phrases within the Basic ESL lessons.
Native Language Translations
Currently there is native language support in 19 langauges. The native language support gives students the ability to see instructions and specific sections in their own native language. Students can review vocabulary and the sentence strucutre in their own language.
The languages are listed below. If a students native language is not listed, please choose English only as the native language.
Online Sections A-G
- Section A: Vocabulary Study
- Section B: Sentence Structure
- Section C: Listening Exercises
- Section D: Conversation Exercises
- Section E: Common Phrases
- Section F: Vocabulary Exercises
- Section G: Grammar Exercises
Each online lessons follows 7 sections for students to study and review. The Vocabulary Study presents students common words related to the chapter topic. The Sentence Structure introduces new grammar concepts that will be the focus throughout the lesson. Sections C, D, and E provide student examples of stories, conversations and dialouges.
After the examples come the exercises. Sections F and G provide students online exercises to memorize vocabulary and understand the new grammar concpets. We recommend students also complete the written exercises found in Section H of the workbooks.