If you don't know what to do, check out these useful links to develop your English

  • TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) is an organisation that helps people spread ideas. They offer short videos on different topics, you will definitely find something interesting there.
  • If you really love cooking or would like to learn how to cook healthy and delicious food, you can definitely rely on Jamie Oliver's experience. Watch it at least once a week and It'll help you improve your cooking and English.  
  • Would you like to know more about different cultures and traditions? Watch BBC Travel Show and learn more about the world.
  • ​Game of Thrones is a popular television show. It's a battle between two powerful families to sit atop the Iron Throne. 
  • The Walking Dead drama portrays life in the weeks and months following a zombie apocalypse.  A group of survivors find themselves constantly on the move in search of a safe and secure home.
  • Criminal Minds is an exciting thriller about the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit. A special section of the FBI specializes on tracking and catching serial killers and other compulsive bad guys.The drama is all about solving tricky crimes and focuses on science.
  • Through the Worm Hole. Morgan Freeman hosts and narrates this series that explores some of the deepest mysteries of existence. Bright minds try to find answers for fundamental questions, that bothered humanity for centuries.
  • BBC presents hundreds of podcasts to download and listen on the go. Interesting topics,  different opinions and tons of English.  
  • Do you love TED talks as much as we do? Fresh ideas and latest scientific discoveries? Why not listen TED talks on the tube on the way to work or university?
  • Would you like to expand your general knowledge about the world? Discover the whole new world of facts and interesting traditions.
  • If you're into reading newspapers, why not to read them in English? The Guardian presents latest news, sport, business, comment, analysis and reviews.
  • Reading books is not only a great exercise for your brain, but also a very convenient way to learn new vocabulary. You can take a good book with you everywhere: plane, train, underground.
  • Discover all-new, rising authors. Independent writers offer both entertaining fiction/romance for your enjoyment and non-fiction to help you find info from self-help to business growth. This site allows to download up to 5 books a month for free if you sign up with your e-mail.

  • Does a huge book sound like a commitment? So if you are more comfortable with reading short stories, then try to rummage here