I stumbled across this on the internet and thought it might be useful to learners and even as a printout for teachers.
Please note I'm not advocating the website services it offers, or even suggesting anyone take advantage of them, just the useful chart below. However, for copyright purposes, I didn't feel like I could edit the photo to remove the advertisement either.
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My (purely personal) opinion is that. with the expertise we have here in the UE membership, we don't need to be promoting other sites unless:
they answer questions that we can't;
they do things better/more efficiently than we can (e.g., dictionary sites for the meanings of verbs);
they have access to resources that we don't;
they are recognized authorities which can usefully support what we have said;
they do something else that I haven't though of yet.
In addition to those points, I, a tense-anorak, find some of what appears on that page a little superficial. It's not a site I would send my learners to.