Blogs we like
On this page you will find a list of blogs, websites, podcasts, social media pages etc. we like. They are listed under the three main categories of learn English, live English and love English so you can find the most relevant and interesting ones more easily.
The blogs and other sites in this list cover English language teaching and learning as well as useful tips for learners for improving their English vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar and writing skills.
- All at C
- Film English
- Lexical Lab
- Links for Students
- Real English
- Simple English
These blogs and other sites are written by and for people who use the English language in their professional lives.
- American Editor
- Copyediting Blog
- Grammar Underground
- Harmless Drudgery
- Lingua Franca
- Macquarie Dictionary Blog
- speech talk
- You Don’t Say
This list includes websites, blogs and other sites which are written (mostly) about language and (mostly) by and for language lovers.
- Arnold Zwicky’s Blog
- Dialect Blog
- The Endless Knot
- Inky Fool
- Marc Leavitt’s Blog
- Sentence First
- Separated by a Common Language
- The World In Words
- World Wide Words
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Certainly! We are very happy to consider guest posts. Please contact us here. Guest posts should, of course, be relevant for the theme of this blog (broadly, English today) and be no longer than 700 words.Email this Page Comments (4)
Hi! My name is i.Gürkan Bozkurt. I have been an English teacher since 2001 in a state school in Turkey. I always want motivated students, also I love engaging them to my lectures. And one the best way is to give them what they never get tired of doing: GAMES. In my blog I serve my own games which are applied and used by my students. As they play, I feedback and create or evaluate the games. This brings real success… They have fun as they are learning. I wonder if you might have take a look at my blog and share your ideas, its pros and cons. Thanks in advanve…
Hello Gürkan. Thanks for telling us about your blog. We’ll certainly have a look. Best wishes, Macmillan Dictionary.
Hi! My name’s Luis and I’m the owner of the website/blog called Keep Smiling English. I must say that I love your blog and dictionary and I basically share everything you guys publish. So last night, while browsing your latest posts, I came across this section of blogs you like, and I was wondering whether you’d have the time to take a quick look at my blog and, if you like it, include it among your list.
My site has a dual focus: firstly, I create tasks which are exam-oriented and can be downloaded or carried out online; and secondly, I write a blog (2 posts per week, at present) on different aspects which might help learners with their English learning process. The blog section features many categories: confusing verbs, tricky words, word transformation, quick tips, and other useful aspects. I just started it a few months ago (first post published in March), but I think I’ve come a long way since.
I hope you have the time to take a look at it. Also, any kind of feedback would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance and best regards.
Hi Luis. Thanks for telling us about your blog. We’ll certainly take a look. Best wishes, Macmillan Dictionary.