There are a lot of ESL games available online, but as a beginning English speaker, they may be hard to search for. Here is a list of 57 ESL games organized by type. Do you know of any more ESL games? Leave them in the comments section below.
Fill in the Blank
- Fill in the blank
- Fill in the blank (by topic)
- Global Warming article game (Advanced)
- Irregular past-tense verbs fill in the blank
- Arkansas Traveler Song
- Hangman games
- Farm Animals Hangman
- Words and Adjectives Hangman
- Parts of the body hangman
- University Level words hangman
- Most common words hangman
- Ogden’s Basic English Word List hangman
- More crossword games
- 17 Everyday words crossword puzzle (beginner)
- Medical Terms crosswords (intermediate)
- Physics crossword (Advanced)
- Countries where English is spoken crossword
- Animal similes crossword
- Listening maze game
- Comic Book listening game
- Listening Prompt
- Dictation: Listen, then type what you heard
- American Stories, listen and read
Vocabulary and Pronunciation
- Which word doesn’t belong?
- Matching homophones (Elementary to Advanced)
- Rhyming Pairs
- -ed pronunciation matching game
- Matching similes
- Jumbled Words (by topic)
- More scrambled words
- Word Match
- Family Tree Vocab Game
- Colors vocab matching game (beginner, intermediate and advanced)
- Learn food vocab with Moonshot
- Food Vocab Game
- Clothes Vocab Game
- Catapult Food and Drinks Vocabulary game
- Car Racing Vocab Game
- Text Twist 2
- Word Roundup (advanced)
- Vocab card game
- Guess the adjective game
- Action Verbs game
- Prepositions of place and “home” vocab
- Action Verb game (one or two player)
- Adjective synonyms
- Adjective Antonyms
- Sentence Monkey, Prepositions
American Holiday Themed
Columbia School of English offers an Academic English Program in Portland, OR, and is accredited by CEA.
Trace Effects is a collaborative English language video game experience for students ages 12-16. Learn English and explore American culture through puzzles, games, and adventures in an interactive world. Play it here.
When you’re choosing a place to study English, the location matters. What does Portland, Oregon offer? What universities or attractions are near? Where should you visit when you begin your studies here? Explore the area in pictures with Panoramio, a photo sharing site powered by Google Maps. Here’s a screenshot:
Here are some photos of our area:
Here is an interesting map of the United States specifying the most commonly spoken language other than English or Spanish according to state.
See the full article here.
Using media to learn English can be a very helpful way to learn expressions, idioms and conversation. Because learning a new language is also about learning a new culture, using music, movies and TV shows can expose you to the culture, sense of humor and morals associated with that language. This infographic from Kaplan shows statistics on media methods English learners have found to be successful in aiding their study of the language. What methods do you use?
Our school is taking a trip this afternoon to Ultrazone for laser tag! Should be awesome. Here’s the details:
16074 SE McLoughlin Blvd
It begins at 5:30, and we’ll provide everyone two free games. Transportation not provided, but you can see Trimet directions here.