iSLCollective (Internet Second Language Collective) is a website where you can find useful resources. You must register in order to download the handouts, but it’s for free. For example, this is a poster on daily activities:
This one is on action verbs:
This one is on Indirect/Reported Speech:
On this website, you can also find this kind of printable handouts:
As you can see, there are grammar rules for a quick review, then exercises with answer keys.
Elanguest has a fantastic YouTube channel where you can find a variety of videos with subtitles.
For instance, this is a video on English vocabulary (topic: hotel). It is perfect for those who are willing to review their vocabulary before going on holidays abroad. In this video, you can read, see, and hear all the most common words related to this topic:
Another video that could come in handy is on shopping vocabulary:
Elanguest’s videos are not only related to English vocabulary. For example, this one is on Active and Passive forms and their uses in English (Grammar):
The topic of the following video is Present simple/continuous:
I found this channel on YouTube which I think could be extremely useful for beginners and intermediate students.
Besides, you have subtitles on each video which is great ;-).
This is a Level 1 video on London:
This is the channel’s link: Stories To Learn English
This is Beauty and the Beast (Level 1):
For more advanced English students, this is a Level 6 video. Pride and Prejudice:
Slideshare is a community that allows people to upload and share slides and other resources. Its aim is to share knowledge online.
For example, this is a presentation on plural nouns in English:
This is a book on phrasal verbs in context:
This one could help you improve your vocabulary:
This is how it looks when you search for a topic:
First of all, you have to write the topic you are interested in (on the top), then you can click on the search icon. The image above shows you how it will appear on your screen. After you’ve clicked on the “search” button, you can change the language (look at the red arrow on the right). Thanks to this option, you will be able to find resources not only in English but also in other languages.
For example, choosing French, instead of English, this is what’ll appear on your screen: