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Language-Learning Site of the Week: VOA Learning English

In a previous post related to podcasts I mentioned that one of my favorite online resources was the BBC Learning English site. I still highly recommend that site, since it’s almost like a little world of English-learning resources. However, just this week a student recommended the VOA Learning English site to me, and it seems like a good site if you’re looking for additional English resources, without necessarily having to deal with the British accent that comes with the BBC’s site (that may sound like I’m joking or being catty, but that has actually been one of the most common complaints or comments I’ve heard from my students who’ve checked out the BBC site).
VOA stands for “Voice of America,” and although it’s based out of the United States, it’s meant for audiences in other countries. Their Learning English site has a lot of current news, cultural reports, and other information relevant to English learners. I’m still checking it out myself, but I’ll post anything interesting I find on the site to Sitzman ABC’s Twitter feed.
In the meantime, if you have any comments or other suggestions related to the VOA site or any other sites that you’ve come across, I’d be happy to hear your thoughts. Either comment in the section below, or contact us through email.
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