Websites for You!

The following websites are designed to be user friendly for student learners of English. English Club website provides lots of help learning English with lessons for grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, listening, speaking, reading and writing.

“Museum For All” explains how people receiving food
assistance can gain free or reduced admission (no more than $3) to San Diego
Museums simply by presenting their SNAP EBT (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance
Program Electronic Benefit Transfer) card.
The Learning Chocolate website helps you learn many kinds of vocabulary words.
USA Learns has free beginning and intermediate instruction for practicing
English speaking, reading, writing, listening, grammar and vocabulary.
Websites for ESL Beginners has links to locations for learning  the alphabet, numbers, vocabulary, grammar, and reading.  Easy Everyday English is a very user
friendly website for helping English learners become more comfortable speaking
English in typical American conversations.  It has over 3000 words or phrases with super-simple definitions and easy-to-understand examples.  These are not things you would learn in a typical class.  It even contains examples of “not so nice” and “really bad” words that are not polite. Vocabulary Webpage allows advanced students listen to important vocabulary words, learn correct pronunciations, and take a test about each words’ meaning and spelling.  It’s also a good opportunity to practice listening to an English speaker whose voice is not familiar. Also check out websites under FOR TEACHERS using the QR Codes.



There are other learning opportunities offered free throughout the county.  You might also be interested in the following:

The San Diego County Library LEARN Program is volunteer-based tutoring that
helps adults improve their literacy skills and achieve their full potential.  Laubach Literacy cooperates with the Library system to arrange professional tutor training.  Library services include one-on-one and small group tutoring and computer-aided instruction, for reading and writing English. A candidate for LEARN is someone who is able to put sentences together and communicate in English with a particular goal for English reading, writing, and better communication.  The LEARN Program is available at many San Diego County Library branches.  Interested students should call 888-466-0688 (toll free) or send an email to
Mira Costa College offers free ESL classes at many different locations.
San Diego Continuing Education has free classes on 6 campuses and at many other locations throughout the County. There are morning, afternoon, and evening classes offering 7 different levels from Beginning to Advanced.  South Coast Literacy Council began in
1970 and now has over 1000 students at 22 free tutoring sites in south Orange
The ESL Directory lists various professional and university programs providing
ESL instruction in San Diego County.