This site supports the English language needs of students studying English or looking for a job, to improve your confidence, English language skills and help you to become more successful in finding jobs. This site is like your "virtual vocabulary gym".

YourEnglishOnline.com is a site to improve members’ Everyday English, Business English and Workplace Communication. In more detail the aims of the site are to assist students to:
think more positively about themselves
find a job
be more confident
improve their English language skills
increase their network of contacts
learn about the culture of work
cope with issues in their lives
overcome barriers
mprove their English language skills (e.g. vocabulary)
be independent (autonomous) in their language learning
be successful

YourEnglishOnline supplies English language training materials to students in all countries of the world that have internet access. The quizzes are easy to use, give instant feedback, are fun and there are new quizzes put up every week. The site aims to be focused on assisting students to learn English but also concentrate on business, workplaces and culture.

Students can log on for free. Once they have joined as a member, students need to complete the new quizzes that are put up every week.

You need to have an email address, to complete the membership form and to be keen to improve your English and find work

Yes. For those looking for a job questions can be about: How to find job vacancies, How to talk at an interview, how to increase your network, places that you could do voluntary work, words you do not understand or the Western culture related to finding work. For those already working questions can be about: problems you have at work, an employment contract, social language, ways to talk woth your boss, asking for a pay rise, words you do not understand or the Western culture related to your workplace.

This specially developed internet program teaches students English through the teaching of a number of content topics such as everyday English, culture, job search, computers and workplace concepts that students all want to know about. The beauty of the site is that language learning takes place on Everyday English, Business English, English for the Workplace, Job Search and other topics of complete relevance to students.

This high-quality site provides weekly reading articles, employment issues, new quizzes, a joke, a phrase, a quote, and more.

Level 1 – Elementary
What is Level 1?
At this level you have just started learning English. You know a few words but not many.

 

At this level you can:

• Identify and use approximately 100 – 200 words of English
• Read and understand easy English sentences
• Read and understand easy graphs and tables
• Speak a little English but not very well

What will I learn?

You will learn:

  • new words
  • new phrases
  • new ways to do things with English
  • about English, Business, Study and Work issues
  • to read easy sentences
  • to read easy tables and graphs
  • to use the first 1,000 most common words in English.

Level 2 – Intermediate

What is Level 2?

At this level you have been learning English for a year or more. You are a competent user of English.

At this level you can:

  • Identify and use approximately 1,000 words of English.
  • Read and understand quite difficult English sentences.
  • Read and understand quite difficult graphs and tables.
  • Speak English quite well.

What will I learn?

You will learn:

  • new words
  • new phrases to use at work and everyday
  • new ways to do things at work and home
  • about many work and cultural issues
  • to read quite difficult sentences and articles
  • to read quite difficult tables and graphs
  • to use the first 3,000 most frequent words in English.

Level 3 – Advanced

What is Level 3?

At this level you have been learning English for a few years. You are a very competent user of English.

At this level you can:

  • Identify and use approximately 3,000 words of English.
  • Read and understand difficult English sentences.
  • Read and understand difficult graphs and tables.
  • Speak English well.

What will I learn?

You will learn:

  • new words
  • new phrases to use at work and home
  • new ways to do things at work at home
  • about workplace, business and cultural issues
  • to read difficult sentences and articles
  • to read difficult tables and graphs
  • to use the first 3,000 –5,000 most frequent words in English.

How do I start the levels?

Sit the FREE TEST to find out your level. Click on one of the areas or modules from the menu at the top of on the left.

How much will my IELTS band score improve if I study on this site?

If you study on the site for two hours per day and five days a week for 12 months, your English will improve at least 1.5 bands on the IELTS test:

e.g.

  • from IELTS 4 – 5.5 or
  • IELTS 5 – 6.5 or
  • IELTS 5.5 – 7

If you study on the site for one hour per day and five days a week for 12 months, your English will improve at least one band on the IELTS test:

e.g.

  • from IELTS 4 – 5 or
  • IELTS 5 – 6 or
  • IELTS 6 – 7

An elementary level of English (1 to 30 marks in the online placement test)

You know up to 200 English words and their meanings. Your English grammar is very weak. You understand very little of an English newspaper and find it very hard to read and understand a short academic article. You need a bilingual dictionary to find the meaning of most words.

An Intermediate level of English (31 to 60 marks in the online placement test)

You know up to 3,000 English words and their meanings. This is enough to read and understand 90% of an English newspaper. You English grammar is OK but not strong. You can understand up to 80% of a short academic article easily. You do not require a bilingual dictionary but can use an English -English dictionary.

An Advanced level of English (51 to 80 marks in the online placement test)

You know up to 5,000 English words and their meanings. This is enough to read and understand 95% of an English newspaper. You English grammar is quite strong. You can understand up to 90 – 95% of a short article easily. Mostly you use an English – English dictionary to find the meanings of words.

A Super-Advanced level of English (81 to 100 marks in the online placement test)

You know more than 10,000 English words and their meanings. This is enough to read and understand 98 – 100% of an English newspaper. Your English grammar is very strong. You can understand up to 98 – 100% of a short academic article easily. You always use an English – English dictionary to find the meanings of words.

1 to 30 marks = An elementary level of English

Study on the www.yourenglishonline.com site at Level One for two hours per day. Study 10 – 15 new vocabulary words every day. Write them in a notebook with the translation into your own language. Read simple articles in newspapers. Look up the new words in a bilingual dictionary. Buy a grammar book and work through it from the beginning. Watch and listen to children’s programmes on the television. Buy some children’s easy reading books with pictures. Talk in simple sentences to English speaking people. After a while talk in joined sentences to English speaking people. Ask English speaking people questions about their family, life and job.

31 to 60 marks = An Intermediate level of English

Study on the www.yourenglishmentor.com site at Level Two for two hours per day. Study 20 – 30 new vocabulary words every day. Write them in a notebook with the meaning in English. Read short articles in newspapers and write a summary of them. Look up the new words in an English – English dictionary. Buy a grammar book and study the sections that you still need to learn. Watch and listen to programmes on the television that you enjoy but also listen to the news and documentaries. Buy some short novels such as children’s novels and read them. Buy one magazine a week that you like and read it. Buy some adult long novels and read them. Talk with many joined sentences to English speaking people. Ask English speaking questions about their family, life, job, hopes for the future, geography of the world and politics.

60 to 80 marks = An Advanced level of English

Study on the www.yourenglishmentor.com site at Level Three star for one hour per day. Study 30 new vocabulary words every day. Write them in a notebook with the meaning in English. Read long articles in newspapers and write a summary of them. Also read letters to the editor, political commentaries, opinions and other sections that you enjoy. Look up the new words in an English – English dictionary. Buy a grammar book and study the sections that you still need to learn. Watch and listen to programmes on the television that you enjoy but also listen to the news and documentaries. Buy some adult long novels and read them. Buy one magazine a week that you like and read it. Talk fluently to English speaking people. Ask English speaking questions about their family, life, job, hopes for the future, geography of the world, religion, law, politics and any and every topic.

Try to do five quizzes every day. From Monday to Friday complete 50 quizzes in total.