A is for Ask: Ask a search engine anything, such as “What is an aardvark?”
B is for Blog: Practise your English writing skills by creating your own blog
C is for Chat: Speaking practice has never been easier with Skype or MyEC
D is for Dictionaries: With audio, pictures, or even videos
E is for EnglishClub.com: Join FREE today
F is for Facebook. Are you a Fan of EnglishClub.com yet?
G is for Google: It’s officially a verb
H is for Help Desk: Alan’s here to help
I is for Iphone applications: Learn English on-the-go
J is for Join conversations: Check out these Learning Groups
K is for Kind teachers: Like Karenne who offer free tips and lessons
L is for Lists of resources and tools: Like these ones from Larry
M is for Monthly News Digest: With audio and fill-in-the-gapN is for Nings: Have you joined MyEnglishClub yet?
O is for Online games: The quickest learners have fun
P is for Podcasts: We recommend one hereQ is for Quizzes: Some here and some there
R is for Reference Collections: Idioms, slang, quotations, and more…
S is for Second Life: It’s the latest learning English craze
T is for Twitter: Are you following our tweets?
U is for Upload: Add your voice recordings, photos, and videos to your web page
V is for Video lessons like The Learning English Video ProjectW is for Wikis: What is a Wiki Website?
X is for eXploring eXciting things like Xanga.com
Y is for You Tube: Learn lyrics to songs
Z is for Zillions of other treasures: Such as these ones from Zimmerman