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We have made a number of improvements to UsingEnglish.com over the last few weeks, some of which have gone unannounced. This is a summary of the main areas which we've added to or updated recently.
We have just completed a major overhaul of the members' area Irregular Verbs section, including brand new ways to view the list and a new printable verb list.
Well, now there's a surprise: our web-host has completed the upgrade to our server! What's more, the site is running better than it has done for years!
We've just spent a good deal of time working on the ESL handouts that we provide. We decided that it needed a bit of an overhaul, and as a result we made a few changes.
We have now added random English language polls to the Teachers and the Handouts pages. Random polls will be displayed on the left of the pages when they are opened in the same way that they appear in Testing.
We have updated the ESL Teacher Handouts, Grammar Worksheets & Printables section. Firstly, we have added a considerable number of new English language quizzes to the section, both in the public and the members' areas.
Due to a temporary loss of data from one of our databases, pages in the Language Quizzes and Teacher Handouts areas of the site have experienced errors. The data has now been restored, and both areas should now be back up and running again.
We are sorry for any inconvenience caused.
We are delighted to announce that Shane has agreed to join our team of staff members. He will assist the team in moderating the forum and keeping the forum clean and professional.
We have changed the handouts page in the Teachers'Area. The display is different and we have added New and Updated labels.
Join our Members Area to gain access to our growing archive of free printable handouts to use in class for beginner, intermediate and advanced level students.
During the month of November, 2003, UsingEnglish.com enjoyed a record-breaking month with statistics being smashed in almost every area!
One day whilst searching Google I stumbled across a site called The Language Key, a monthly self-study business English magazine and language training centre in Hong Kong.