Learn English Feel Good
LearnEnglishFeelGood.com was started by three friends – Armen Abalian, Robert McAlister, and Michael French. We wanted to create an ESL portal that looked good and had useful exercises and information for both ESL students and teachers. We launched the site back in August, 2006, and since then, the site has expanded to almost three times its original size! We have since launched several other ESL sites – BusinessEnglishSite.com, ESLPDF.com, EnglishForMyJob.com, and Infosquares.com – all of which are 100% free and have lots of good grammar and vocabulary exercises. We recently launched 2 sites with Spanish and Polish grammar and vocabulary exercises – LearnSpanishFeelGood.com and LearnPolishFeelGood.com. We devote a lot of our time to these sites, adding new exercises and sections as often as we can. We recently started selling affordable ESL packages to offet the costs of maintaining the sites. Thanks to everyone who has bought one or more of these packages – you’re helping us to keep the sites up and running! 🙂
Armen Abalian is a Los Angeles, CA native who has been working as a freelance ESL teacher for many years. Having worked in IT for many years, he designed and developed all of our websites, and is responsible for content management and updates. Armen is no stranger to the language learning process – He himself speaks five languages.
Rob McAlister has a lot of experience working in the entertainment industry (mostly doing public relations for independent bands). He is also an excellent teacher, and has taught English in the United States, Canada, and the Czech Republic. Robert speaks English, Spanish, and French, and like all of us, bases his teaching approach on methods that were useful to him as a language learner. Robert lives in Toronto, Canada, where, among other activities, he volunteers teaching new immigrants about life in Canada.
Michael French has an MA in English from the University of Tennessee. He worked as an ESL teacher for about 10 years (in the United States, Japan, and South Korea) and has been involved in several prominent e-learning websites. He has a deep understanding of the language-learning process, and knows a lot about regional dialects and variations of English.
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