The ESL Cafe Story
When it comes to learning English on the Internet there is one web site that might be the most popular place amongst the ESL community: «Dave's ESL Cafe» Dave Sperl
About the SenseDom Project
My name is Kwaku Boaten. I’m male, born in Ghana where I received my basic education; although I’m now a British citizen, having lived in England for over forty years. Since q
Interview with Ian S.
Today we are talking to Ian S., one of a few collectors of World War II color photos worldwide.
Ian, can you please tell us what e
Interview with LELTA
When did the idea for an English teacher association emerge?
A local English teachers forum was the initial idea thrown around by me and Kennon Ballou
Interview with Robert Phipps
Today we are talking to Robert R. Phipps, an English language trainer and entrepreneur from Great Britain. Robert has been living and working in Hamburg, Germany for s
Interview with OpenEnglishWorld
Mike, according to the information on your website you started Open English World in 2005 with two of your partners. I also know that the three of you met while ea
Interview with voice over specialist Tom Kane
Tom Kane and Torsten Daerr
Today we are speaking to Tom Kane, a voice over specialist, radio news anchor and author of several books. Tom has also created a variety of listening comprehension mat
Interview with Ben Zimmer