James Farmer has just launched , a hosting service which provides “blogs for ESL / EFL students wherever they happen to be”. I wonder in which way these blogs will be different from the others. Will they have special features language learners can benefit of, like concordancers, dictionaries, spelling correctors, an embedded podcast facility? I suppose that for the time being, it’s just providing the means to gathering a like-minded community, which is already a feat!

Thanks James for thinking of us and hopefully together with Dekita we can network our learners so they can start talking and showing what they can do.

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  1. I agree, ESL/EFL blogs should have special features built into them. EFL learners need a spell checker at least. Your suggestions for dictionaries, concordances and embedded poscasts are great and would be of great assistance to students. Cheers.


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