Interested in British architecture?

http://www.oxforddnb.com/public/podcast.xml .

Very interesting biographies

http://www.oup.com/elt/global/products/englishfile/upperint/. A very good coursebook.

The following links may be useful  in your learning process.

http://www.talkingpeople.net  : This site offers lots of interesting information, links, exercises, forums etc

http://www.isabelperez.com  : There are lots of lessons, songs, activities, grammar execises, activities.


Samples of Escuelas de Idiomas Exams (The old system)

 www.educa.madrid.org/eoi   (inglés)

http://www.educa.madrid.org/web/eoi.sanfernando.sanfernando/ . Our EOI


Interesting audio material:

1A – Read some more interviews from The Guardian's Q&A series. Which of the people do you find most interesting?
http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2006/dec/23/spaceexploration.weekendmagazine http://www.guardian.co.uk/theguardian/2007/feb/03/weekend7.weekend

1B – Find out more about handwriting analysis. Is any of the writing like yours?

1C – Do a first aid quiz. Would you know what to do in a crisis?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish   (quiz, vocabulary exercises, listenings etc)

http://www.nonstopenglish.com/allexercises/ needs registration (free)

http://www.studentsonthenet.com : Coming to you from Singapore , this site is all in English.  There are lots of basic math lessons, word games, stories in simple English, quizzes, pen pal connections and local news and events. 

http://www.world-english.org/webquests.htm links to webquests

http:// www.englishpractice.com : This site offers weekly lessons, a weekly e-mail with highlights of the site's activities and lessons arranged by course or by level.  Gives British and American usages. E-mail lessons are available.

http://www.englishlearner.com : English lessons via e-mail.  Free lessons, three levels, every week.  Lessons include Vocabulary, Grammar, Reading Comprehension and more. Answers to lesson exercises are sent by email 4 days after the lessons. You must sign up to take part

 http://www.churchillhouse.com : Free on-line lessons.  Several levels.  You answer the questions online and receive a score.  Free downloads. Ask Dr. Grammar any questions you have about English and he will email an answer.  Seems to be good stuff.

http://www.englishpage.com : Advanced lessons.  Some good lessons - usage, grammar, vocabulary.  Answer on line, learn results right away.  Good explanations and examples.  One lesson I looked at was not complete.  There is a large list of lessons on specific grammar topics.

http://eslus.com/eslcenter.htm : This site offers instructional materials on all aspects of the English language and at a variety of levels.

http://esl.about.com/cs/intermediate : English lessons that can be done on-line - answers marked and results given.  The site seems to be overrun by pop-up ads so be prepared.

http://www.english-portal.com/  This site offers a wide variety of topics and materials and uses on-line question and answer activities.  Lesson topics include vocabulary, grammar, games, business English, conversation situations, etc.  Some of the simpler and easier activities are free on the site, but for more serious work, you need to pay a monthly subscription fee.

http://www.littleworld.info  :  This is a broad-based site containing links to many language-learning resources: dictionaries, translation services, on-line courses, ESL instruction, etc.