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<a href=""> TESL/TEFL/TESOL/ESL/EFL/ESOL Links</a>
<BR><INPUT TYPE="TEXT" NAME="query" SIZE=30> <INPUT TYPE="Submit" VALUE="Search">
<BR>Browse: <a href="">Links for Students</a>, <a href="">Links for Teachers</a> or <a href="">What's New</a>
<BR><font size=1>Maintained by <a href="">The Internet TESL Journal</a>.</font></td></tr></table></td></tr></table></form>
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It will look like this.


Browse: Links for Students, Links for Teachers or What's New
Maintained by The Internet TESL Journal.

About Our List of Links

It is non-commercial.
It's maintained by volunteers.
It contains no advertising.
No images to slow down or clutter up the pages.
It is optimized for speed, using minimal HTML and no images.
It's only a list of links.
The list is used by many students and teachers, who help keep it up-to-date.
With many people (like you) using the list and reporting "not found" errors, you should find few, if any, "dead" links.
Commercial sites and "links" pages are listed separately.
These sites are useful when you want them, but irritating when you've been "tricked" into visiting them expecting them to be something else.
It is for ESL/EFL students and teachers.
Only links related to ESL/EFL are included.
It is the largest, best-organized and best-maintained list of its kind.
Compare it with the others and we think you will agree.

The Internet TESL Journal