Lingual Net Inspires Language Learners!  

We feature an engaging collection  of games, films, and courses to accelerate your language learning. We feature original content and activities, along with our selection of the best learning resources for you.

Learn using the tools that work best for you

What’s your learning style? Some people learn best by listening, others by reading or by viewing videos, or by problem solving and interaction. Or through structured language courses. Choose any (or all!) of these methods on


Our online games are designed for English learners who prefer a hands-on experience.  Play online in your desktop browser!


Learning through music is very effective and fun, too! Watch music videos to learn English and pop culture.


The language of cinema is universal. Grab some popcorn and enjoy a dramatic love story, mystery, or other drama.


Do you like cartoons?  documentaries?  serial dramas? sitcoms? talk shows?  The TV category has selected samples of all of these genres, and more!


Exploring social issues helps you learn more about the world while improving your English language skills.


Want to keep up with the news?  Here are some channels for accessing the news in easy-to-understand English.


Social Media has opened up channels for meeting some pretty fascinating people.  Engage with them as you learn English.


If you have the time and the discipline (!), try taking on a full language course.

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Learn English with Chick Flicks

Chick Flicks are a great way to learn English fast and easy. they are fun, entertaining and with often times basic narratives which are easy to follow. 500 Days of Summer (2009) 500 Days of Summer is a romantic comedy about...

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Learn English with Action Films

Action Films are a great way to learn English fast and easy. Action films are engaging, fast-paced and help you learn words involving movement. Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) An archeology professor named Indiana Jones is...

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The Kinks – Waterloo Sunset Waterloo Bridge is in London, and the lyrics are about a guy looking out of a window at two lovers meeting at Waterloo Station. Davies used to cross Waterloo Bridge every day when he was a student at Croydon Art School....

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Amy Winehouse – Cupid

Amy Winehouse was an English singer and songwriter. She was known for her deep, expressive contralto vocals and her eclectic mix of musical genres, including soul.
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Bobby McFerrin – Don’t Worry Be Happy

This song reached #1 on the US Hot 100, which is astounding for a song sung a cappella (without instruments). McFerrin recorded it using only his body to make all the sounds. The simple message and quirky sound made it a surprise hit.
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Louis Armstrong – What A Wonderful World What a Wonderful World by American trumpeter and singer Louis Armstrong is about the beautiful things of the world such as the blue skies, the beautiful colors of the rainbow, the warmth and friendlessness people show each...

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