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.
When I browsed through the site I stumbled across a review of UsingEnglish.com dating from April 2003. After emailing the editor (Chris Durcan), he sent me a copy of it, and I was pleasantly surprised! Read it in full, below:
If English is not your first language and you want to understand it better,
UsingEnglish.com is the place to go.
The site is divided into several interesting areas: an English language
discussion forum; an archive of articles about ESL; a grammar glossary;
links to other ESL sites, and more.
The grammar glossary is the most comprehensive I have seen on the Internet.
The definitions are very clear and to the point.
People whose first language is English participate in ongoing discussions
at the forum. These discussions provide a great way for those studying
English to observe how English is used by people whose first language is
English. Every day there is a range of topics for all English speakers from
beginners to teachers. The forum is well managed and the discussions are
If you have a question about English grammar, usage or vocabulary, you can
submit your question at the 'Ask a Teacher' area.
Thank you Chris! :-)