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Hello and Welcome!
Nice you found your way to the EnglishPage!
You are probably asking yourself: "What exactly is the EnglishPage?"
Well, to answer that question, I would quickly like to introduce myself! My name is Bernie, I study English and I work as a private English teacher.
Some of my students often said that they would like to do many exercises or get quick explana-tions before an important exam or a grammar test. But somehow they didn't know where to look for what they needed...
That is why I decided to create a web site to give students the possibility to learn and improve their English! As a teacher, this is also a great opportunity to find exercises your students might use or to help your students improve in English.
On this web site you can find grammar explana-tions, exercises, texts for reading, tasks for writing in English!
All exercises except those especially marked as such have been created by me. Generally they may be used for private use only!
Q: What is the English Page?
A: The EnglishPage is a free web site with grammar explanations, exercises and other aids to study English.
Q: How do I quickly navigate on the EnglishPage?
A: You can either use the navigation bar on the top left corner of each individual page or you can use the sitemap to find what you are looking for.
Q: Where do I find grammar rules?
A: Rules to almost any grammar topic can be found in the grammar rules section. There you can usually also find links to further explanations on other web sites. Most grammar explanations are available in English and German. As a teacher, you may use these explanations in your lessons as long as you clearly state that they have been taken from this web site. Please read the copyright notice for more on this topic.
Q: What kind of exercises are there on the EnglishPage, and where can I find them?
A: The EnglishPage contains exercises for the following topics: English grammar, textwriting, reading and listening. You can find them in the exercises section. All exercises except those especially marked as such have been created by me. As a teacher, you may use these exercises in your lessons as long as you clearly state that they have been taken from this web site. Please read the copyright notice for more on this topic.
Q: Are there keys available to the exercises?
A: Some exercises on this site are interactive exercises. You can check the results or find a key to the exercises. However, I haven't yet been able to make all exercises available as interactive exercises.
Q: Can I download the exercises to save them on my computer or to print them?
A: Many exercises can be downloaded as PDF or Word-Document. This is especially recommended for teachers. You may print out and use these exercises in your lessons as long as you clearly state that they have been taken from this web site. Please read the copyright notice for more on this topic.
Q: What are "mock exams"?
A: Mock exams can be used as progress checks or preparation for a real exam at school. These exams usually comprise several different tasks which should be completed within 50 minues (1 school lesson). Mock exams are usually only available for downloading as PDF or Word-documents. There are keys available for some mock exams too. As a teacher, you may print out and use these exams in your lessons as long as you clearly state that they have been taken from this web site. Please read the copyright notice for more on this topic.
Q: What are *linked exercises*?
A: Linked exercises have not been created by me. They are hosted on another web site and I only provide an external link to such exercises. I do not hold the rights for such exercises! If you intend to use such exercises in your lessons, please contact the respective copyright holders.
Q: What are "featured videos" and what do they have to do with learning English?
A: Featured videos are popular music videos which should help students have fun while learning English. They can watch the video, listen to the lyrics and read the text of the song, mostly in the original English version (for text understanding) as well as in its German translation (for building up vocabulary and a better understanding of the lyrics).
Q: Why are there banners on the EnglishPage?
A: I have put banners of some sponsors on the EnglishPage in order to cover part of the costs involved in keeping up this site. They are usually found on the left side of every page. I also work with Amazon.de in order to offer books, DVDs or CDs that might be interesting for you and your students. I would be glad if you visited some of my sponsors. However, I would like to clearly point out that I have not installed any banners or other forms of advertisement that automatically download files to your computers. Neither have I installed pop-up banners. However, there might appear a pop-up banner when you open the EnglishPage; such banners are provided by my web-host or by nic.de.vu and I have no influence on such banners.
Do you have a question that couldn't be found here? Please contact me.
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE ENGLISHPAGE:
How to find what you're looking for:
What is the EnglishPage?
The EnglishPage is a free website offering you information about the English language. You can find free interactive exercises, explanations of almost any important grammar topic, tips for writing texts, interesting links and much more!
The EnglishPage is a site for students, teachers or anyone who wants to improve their English skills. It can give you quick help if you have a question or doubt about any grammar rules, or it can guide you if you need to write a text in English.
On the EnglishPage you will find many self made exercises on the English grammar as well as text writing tasks, so you can prepare well for your English lesson! I have even created complete mock exams which can help you be prepared for your "real" tests and exams at school!
Improve your English! You will be more self-confident, and you will impress your friends, your parents and your teachers!
Who stands behind the EnglishPage?
My name is Bernie, I am 23 years old and I study Translation and Interpretation for English, Spanish and German in Innsbruck, Austria.
Besides studying, I give private English lessons - mostly to high school students. Since January 2003 I have also been teaching English at Schülerhilfe Innsbruck, a private school in Innsbruck dedicated to help students who have problems at school.
During that time, I have created a wide range of teaching material (exercises, writing tasks, grammar explanations etc...), so I finally decided to put all that material online and make it available for anyone who needs help with English. That's why I created this site, the EnglishPage.
Meanwhile I have already revised and corrected most of the site, so that finally I am proud to announce that this is the third and probably also best version of the EnglishPage!
I hope you have a lot of fun here, and it would be great if you came back and if you also told your friends about this site!
Have a nice day! Bernie
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