Students

  • Connect With English
    A story-driven way to watch videos while completing lessons to learn English. Follow Rebecca as she tries to pursue her dreams while taking care of her father and brothers. She works in a factory but will she be able to go to school and get a music career? Find out! Here are other resources that go along with the lessons.
  • DuoLingo
    A free language learning software game that helps with learning languages. You will need to register an email address to use.
  • Mango Languages
    An interactive language learning program provided by the library. Has lessons for many languages, including English that have audio as well as written lessons. You will need to register with an email address. If using at home you will need to insert your library card number and PIN.
  • English as a Second Language – Ron C. Lee Ph.D.
    For ESL learners who want to learn English using the Web. Links include: Listening; Reading, Grammar, Writing; Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Idioms, Games, Citizenship, etc.
  • TOPICS – Online Magazine for Learners of English
    ESL learners write on subjects that interest them such as: such as their culture, difficult experiences, food and restaurant reviews, movie reviews, world travel, poetry, and more.
  • World Newspapers Online
  • World Newspapers
  • Interesting Things for ESL Students
    Primarily ESL links to word games, puzzles, quizzes, slang, proverbs, grammar, vocabulary, spelling, poetry, and much more.
  • The Internet Picture Dictionary
    A picture dictionary that lets you search by various languages and includes online activities.
  • Randall’s ESL: Cyber Listening Lab
    A site for students to practice listening to English.
  • Self-Study Quizzes for ESL Students
    Presents a collection of quizzes for ESL students, including vocabulary quizzes, word puzzles, and quizzes on grammar, trivia, and more.

Please come into the library to use our copy of Rosetta Stone English. We have headphones for you to use.