I would like to share a tip with you.
The fifth edition of the Online French Film Festival will started soon (January 16th to February 16th). During this period you can watch several French movies online. The pricing is per movie or you can purchase full access subscription.
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Are you learning British English and you want to practice? Maybe you have problems understanding spoken English and you are looking for easy texts with audio? Here is a tip: News in Levels.
They choose interesting and actual news and they re-write them in three levels of English.
Level 1 – easy, beginner
Level 2 – intermediate
Level 3 – advanced
They also provide audio files for each level and then you have a chance to hear the proper pronunciation. It is a very useful website. It is free.
Maybe you don’t know this, but Wikipedia has a version called Simple Wikipedia. There you’ll find 96,000 articles written in simple English. It should be easier to understand and a good tool to help you improve your English.
My guess is that there are hundreds of websites written in easy English. that are destined to help adults and children who are learning English. The best way to find these sites is to search for them. You can use Google and look for easy English or simple English for instance.
Are you learning Danish and are looking for online dictionaries? Here are a few useful links.
Bab.la – Danish-English-Danish, free online dictionary. This dictionary is not very good, but it’s better than nothing. Several other dictionaries (other languages) are available in this site as well.
Sproget.dk – Very good, free Danish-Danish dictionary.
Den Danske Ordbog from the website Ordnet.dk. It is free and sponsored by the Carlsberg foundation, among others. This too is a dictionary of definitions dansk-dansk.
Ordbogen.com – If I’m not mistaken it is possible to search two words per day free of charge. But else a subscription is required. They have several languages though: Danish-Englisn, Danish-German, Danish-French and so on.
Are you learning English and are looking for an online dictionary? Or maybe you are a proofreader or copy editor searching for a good advanced dictionary? Here are a couple of useful links. They are not listed in alphabetical order, but in order of my personal preference. I tend to avoid dictionaries that have too many adds.
Word reference – Very useful dictionary. It searches the word in several other dictionaries, as Oxford and Collins. In addition the website provides over 12 different dictionaries, as English-French, -Spanish, -Portuguese, -German, -Italian, -Corean and so on.
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary
Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary
Oxford Advanced American Dictionary
Cambridge Dictionary of American English
Merriam-Webster English Dictionary
Newbury House Dictionary of American English