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ESL/ELL Student Resources

The following resources may help Keiser University Graduate School students for whom English is not their native language, e.g., English-Language Learners (ELL) and students who speak English as a Second Language (ESL). The resources may also prove helpful for native English-speaking students who want to improve their grammar, vocabulary, and sentence fluency.

ELL/ESL General Resources

Grammar Lessons
This website provides an opportunity to practice your grammar.

ESL Videos
This website offers various interactive learning tools for ELL students to improve reading, writing, and speaking skills.

English Forums
This resource provides lessons in pronunciation, accents, vocabulary, and grammar.

Wyzant
This website offers a comprehensive collection of writing and reading ESL resources.

ThoughtCo
This resource provides support for writing essays and other documents.

Keiser University Library Resources for ESL Students
The online library contains a list of resources to improve English grammar skills.

Grammarly
The free version of Grammarly provides grammatical feedback in the context of written work.

Free Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) Test Preparation Materials
This website offers free practice tests on reading, writing, and speaking English.

All non-native English speakers should have a learner’s dictionary. Dictionaries present English word definitions using a basic vocabulary, so that non-native speakers will find it easier to understand the explanation of each word and its appropriate usage. The Graduate Online Writing Studio recommends the following dictionaries:

Oxford Learner’s Dictionary of Academic English

Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary

Merriam-Webster Learner’s Dictionary

We also encourage ESL and ELL students to use the Graduate Online Writing Studio every week. Students can find video directions here and our consultation form here.