About 7ESL

Welcome to 7ESL, a website designed to help English-as-a-second-language teachers and students all over the world. Here, you’ll find a great variety of materials to help you as you study English, including lessons and videos on many aspects of the English language.

Who We Are

We are a team of English teachers, language experts, writers … from different countries all over the world. We have been working on the site since November 2017. The site has grown steadily and now has millions of visitors monthly.

For any inquiry, please contact us.

Office email: contact (at) 7esl.com

Our mailing address:

317 S. Division, #58

Ann Arbor, MI 48104

What We Do

Our goal is to produce useful, high-quality and unique content in many different categories to become a “Wikipedia” page for teachers and students of English.

You can now take a look at some main sections of the site (or go to the navigation menu on top of this page).

One of the best features of our site is that you can use it in many different ways. You can find information on specific aspects of English, and we’ve found that many people use our individual lessons to prepare for exams. We’re really happy to see that! You can work through all our topics systematically, and your English will improve. You can also just give yourself a daily lesson by choosing a page or a video at random—we’re adding new lessons all the time!

On the homepage, you’ll see a suggested method listing 7 steps you can take to learn English.

When you are in an individual post (lesson), you can see in the right sidebar all other related lessons (under the same category), organized logically for your convenience in studying.

7ESL Learning English

We also produce video lessons, in an innovative way, to help students learn more easily. You can take a look at our YouTube channel: 7ESL Learning English.

The teacher who speaks in the videos is Jim Manheim, and he lives in Michigan, U.S.A. His pronunciation is very clear (he’s a DJ on the radio!) so that students can easily understand the lesson. He’s a writer and editor, the child of two English teachers, and he is fascinated by all aspects of the English language.