Надежда Никифоровна Рогожина, проректор по международным программам, зав. кафедрой лингвистики и межъязыковой коммуникации Самарского Муниципального Университета Наяновой, кандидат педагогических наук, доцент.
You know that Internet is becoming very popular nowadays, it is part of our lives irrespective of our age, race, country we live in and our social status even though we do not use it directly! Examples are numerous: from TV programmes we watch every day to ordering the air tickets when we travel somewhere.
The World Wide Web (WWW) is that portion of the Internet that has been developed in hypertext - or linked - format, allowing you to move from one Web location to another by clicking on highlighted links.
Being connected to the Web means being connected to the interconnected set of networks that constitute the Internet. Each of the individual networks on the Internet is maintained by the owners - individuals, school or college representatives, or Web creators in other organizations. In the last few years museums, libraries, businesses, government agencies and universities have established impressive Web sites.
WWW could be of help for those who wish to improve their knowledge of the English language and I would like to share the links to some of the Internet resources.
www.englishtown.com - is one of the biggest educational resources which provides the multi-level programmes both for independent studies and for those with the teacher;
www.internationalhouse.com - tests and educational programmes;
www.doctordictionary.com - a resource for advanced learners, explanations of words on a daily mail basis;
www.toefl.org - the resource for the students of English wishing to take this exam, samples of tests, requirements;
www.britishcoun.org - samples of tests of IELTS (International English Language Testing System);
www.gre.org - materials for taking the General Record Exam;
www.gmat.ets.org - the testing system for Graduate Management Admission Test
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