[New Feature] Learn English with videos on ELSA

What could be more fun than learning to speak English on ELSA? Today, we’re announcing a new way to learn English – by watching videos! You can now watch videos of real American pronouncing the words that you are learning. Many of these videos let you see the speakers’ mouths, so that way you can […]

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UPenn’s Popular English for Career Development Course Now Available on ELSA!

Nearly half of ELSA’s users are practicing English in order to gain a competitive edge in the global job market and advance their careers. Some need proficiency in spoken English to land their first jobs, while others are hoping to move up in their fields. Regardless of where you are in your career, English speaking […]

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4 Great ESL Teaching Apps for Remote Instruction

ESL teaching amid a pandemic and school closures comes with no shortage of challenges. Teachers and students alike are navigating a different learning environment with new distractions, abnormal schedules, and added stress and anxiety of the new normal. This is a serious problem, given that 10.1% of students in public K-12 schools are ELLs. With no end […]

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ELSA Speak app now available in 9 different languages (with the latest addition, Korean)

ELSA Speak, an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered language app was designed to democratize English learning to English learners around the world. Of the approximately 1.5 billion English speakers globally, the World Economic Forum estimates over 1 billion are non-native or learning English as a second language. The potential of helping the billion of English language learners keeps us […]

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Discover Your ELSA Score — an AI-Powered Visualization of Your English Speaking Proficiency in real time

Earlier this summer, we launched Your ELSA Score, an innovative scoring feature that provides effective feedback on learner’s strengths and weaknesses in five distinct areas of English speaking proficiency. The scores get updated with each lesson, so you can see analysis of your lesson-by-lesson progress and effectively tackle your weaknesses with personalized lesson plans. What […]

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Study Lists: Create your own lessons and practice your way!

You asked and we delivered! Now you can finally make your own study lists. Let us show you around. The Study Lists feature is exclusive to Android devices and coming soon to iOS devices. When you open the app, tap the Dictionary tab located in the lower navigation bar. After that, select Lists at the top of the screen. Once you’re […]

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