Have you missed our ESL Conversation Clubs? We miss you too! While we are all staying safe at home, here are some great resources to help you learn English. Click on highlighted (purple) text.
ESL Conversation Club on Zoom
Big News! We are going online!
Join us on Thursday, April 9, at 10am. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for login information.
Haven't joined an ESL Conversation Club yet? This is a relaxed and non-judgmental conversation group for people who are learning English. You must be over 18 and have at least an intermediate level of speaking English. Come join us!
Learning English online?
We have access to Mango Languages and Rosetta Stone. Both allow you to individualize your learning. Try one, try them both! See what works for you. There are are over 70 languages, including English, available between the two services.
ESL Courses on Universal Class
Want to take a more structured class? Universal Class offers several classes on the basics of English grammar, speaking, and writing. All are designed and taught by professional instructors.
Classes include videos, assignments, quizzes, tests, and much more. You can work at your own pace.
Find these ESL classes and more here.
"Who Was" series
Check out books such as the Who Was...? series on Libby/Overdrive. Great for both children and adults learning the English language.
Find the Who Was series on the Libby app or online here. All items are listed but you can limit to "Available Now" on the left hand side of the screen.
Now is a good time to study for your naturalization process. The US Citizenship Toolkit has a guide for new immigrants, flashcards, civics lessons, and much more. Note that currently the USCIS is closed to the public, but you can still learn a great deal online while we wait for the department to open again.
Find the US Citizenship toolkit here.