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 This website is free for students and schools in the U.S. and around the world. There are seven levels of instruction: blue, red,  yellow green,  purple orange,  and violet. LearnAmericanEnglishOnline.com has been providing videos, lessons, exercises, quizzes, and advice since 2003.

   September 2014:  The Blue Level

Basic English

Here are your lessons for this week:

 * Sun, Sept 28: Lesson 28 - need   /  L29 needed

 * Mon, Sept 29: Blue Level Review   /  Answers

 * Tue, Sept 30: Blue Level Test 1   /   Test 2

 * Wed, Oct 1: Red Level Lesson One - do

 * Thu, Oct 2: Red Level Lesson Two - do not

 * Fri, Oct 3:  Red Level Lesson Three - do vs. did

 * Sat, Oct 4: Red Level Lesson Four - commands

Print: The Blue Level Checklist

NEW: Word of the Day Quiz #28 - Sept. 2014

NEW: Words that rhyme with "do"  new

Students who have finished the Yellow Level scroll down the page for Green Level Lessons.  arrow down

   October 2014:  The Red Level:

Basic English

Here are your lessons for next week:

 * Sun, Oct 5: RL Lesson Five - do (questions)

 * Mon, Oct 6: RL Lesson Six - object pronouns

 * Tue, Oct 7: RL Lesson Seven - do (main verb)

 * Wed, Oct 8: RL Lesson Eight - many and much

 * Thu, Oct 9: RL Lesson Nine - a few and a little

 * Fri, Oct 10:  RL Lesson Ten - a lot, some, any

 * Sat, Oct 11: RL Lesson Eleven - future tense, will

Print: The Red Level Checklist

It takes seven months to finish all seven levels if you complete one lesson every day.

 September 2014:  The Green Level is for intermediate and advanced students who want to learn how to use the passive voice.

Here are your lessons for this week:

 * Sun, Sept 28: Green Level Review

 * Mon, Sept 29: Green Level Test 1   /   Test 2

 * Tue, Sept 30: The Purple Level

 * Wed, Oct 1: PL Lesson One - go  /  idioms

 * Thu, Oct 2: PL Lesson Two - get   /   idoms

 * Fri, Oct 3:  PL Lesson Three - put   /   idioms

 * Sat, Oct 4: PL Lesson Four - use

Print: The Purple Level Checklist


 October 2014:  The Purple Level is for intermediate and advanced students who have completed the Blue, Red, Yellow, and Green Levels.

Here are your lessons for next week:

 * Sun, Oct 5: PL Lesson Five - take   /   idoms

 * Mon, Oct 6: PL Lesson Six - give   /   idioms

 * Tue, Oct 7: PL Lesson Seven -  see

 * Wed, Oct 8: PL Lesson Eight  -  look   /   idioms

 * Thu, Oct 9: PL Lesson Nine -  know

 * Fri, Oct 10:  PL Lesson Ten - make   /  idioms

 * Sat, Oct 11: PL Lesson Eleven - come   /   idioms

Print: The Purple Level Checklist


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present tense negative  new

Short answers to questions that use the verbs "be" and "do" in the present tense and the past tense.

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Today's expression:

with one arm tied behind one's back: to do something at a disadvantage and still win.

He can beat up the other man with one arm tied behind his back.




wing it: try to do something without preparation.

Instead of using a written speech, the speaker tried to wing it, but he made a lot of mistakes, and a few times he forgot what he was trying to say.


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Meudis -- Venezuela

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Ibrahima -- Mali
Paktip -- Thailand
Martin -- Hungary
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