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Learn useful English phrases for everyday and professional situations with fun, interactive lessons and activities.


Native speakers use idioms, contractions, cultural references, and other habits that make reading and listening difficult for English learners. Let’s uncover the mysteries of native speaking habits.


Words are the basic blocks of language. But how do we know which word to use when some have similar meanings? Let’s improve our vocabulary precision.


Language is only words without culture. Learn how natives think and act so you can boost understanding and avoid social bloopers!


Why have rules if we keep breaking them? Forget those complicated grammar books and learn grammar the fun and easy way with these tricks!

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Take interactive courses that cover everyday English and professional language for industries such as business, law, and medicine. Earn achievement badges as you boost your language skills!

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The MEL Library is a collection of interactive games, mini-lessons, articles, and other resources to polish your language skills.

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Our comprehensive approach gives you tools to develop listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills. Monitor your progress through quizzes, games, and other activities.

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Language isn’t only about learning words and grammar. MEL also offers cultural insights, tips, and hacks to improve your quality of life. Read. Watch. Share. Take flight.


Learn what you want, when you want. MEL gives you the freedom to learn English your way. Choose which courses and library resources you want to study or follow a recommended learning path.

Listening on the Go 1: Dealing with Customers

Improve your listening accuracy as you learn how native speakers interact with customers in this first LotG course.

“The limits of my language mean the limits of my world.”
― Ludwig Wittgenstein ―