Top 100 Language Blogs 2009 – Voting: Language Teaching

The voting has officially ended. Now it’s time to check out who the Top 100 Language Blogs 2009 are! You can still check out the list of nominated blogs. You might also want to see the Top 10 in Language Teaching.

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137 thoughts on “Top 100 Language Blogs 2009 – Voting: Language Teaching”

  1. I love this blog! I learn about interesting things here. It’s by far -the best! Congratulations to John Wells.

  2. Listen to english is the best podcast teaching language blog that i know. it is easy to use. and when peter read a podcast , I have the feeling he is near us, and we are in familly, just talk together.

    Tanks peter.

  3. i’ve voted my favorite website…. listen to english is the best website………useful and superior

  4. This podcast is the one I like best. Simple and clear English. Easy to listen and understand. Carry on Mr Carter, this is the path you should follow.

  5. well i think listen to english is the best website i ever visted until now , peter is not only a good teacher but he gives us( english learner’s) real day to day english in a word he’s the best

    best regards
    B.Houcine from Algeria

  6. I vote for listen to English this the only way for my to learn English .
    thank you very much peter

  7. Mia taksado:
    Ebligas tre ege bonan rigardon al la metiejo de vortaristo!
    Oni multe povas lerni el ghi.

    Kun tre koraj salutoj el Aalen al s-ano Wells!

  8. Pardon!
    I did not write, for which site I voted: vortaro-blogo

    Pardonu, ke mi forgesis indiki mian favoriton: vortaro-blogo

  9. Listen-to-English rules the world!!!
    I’m very grateful to it’s creator, Peter Carter who made me enjoy learning English and now I can’t stop it!!

  10. Neat New Stuff is the BEST! I’ve read Marylaine for years. She is informative, funny, and up-to-date.

  11. I am an English teacher for EFL and I always use the contents from this site (http://www.listen-to-english.com/) and run to my students. They really like it because it is currently and brings meaning and use for a real conversation. Besides that, students are able to be more critical citizens instead of just listening and repeating meaningless things.
    So, join us!

    Best wishes,

    Gustavo – Brazil

  12. With so many sites to choose from it is a shame we can not vote for three favorites. I cast my vote and look forward to the results. Will you post the votes in a table or graph when the voting is closed?

  13. What a great time to teach languages, learn English, and meet good souls from around the world!

    Thank you for compiling this outstanding list of blogs. I look forward to exploring many more of them in the next two weeks as I prepare for fall classes. I hope you not only publish your results in a visual format, but you send out an old-fashioned press release to bring even more attention to your many outstanding blogs.

  14. Dear Bloggers,

    today is the last day of the voting and we are heading towards the most exciting part of the competition. You have until 11.59pm tonight to vote for your favorite blog. As you all know the results will be published July 30th.

    Kind regards,
    Marc (marc[at]bab.la)
    on behalf of the bab.la and Lexiophiles team
    [http://bab.la]
    [www.lexiophiles.com]

  15. I’m learning Enlish . This website help me improve my listen English skill. Thank listen-to-English

  16. Thank you very much Peter, I admire your generosity and good preparation, the Listen to English is useful
    for anyone, beginner or advanced!
    My vote is your vote!!!

  17. Very useful blog!!! Really very helpful. Possible to find a lot of material for teaching!!!
    This blog differs greatly from many bla-bla-bla blogs!!!

  18. I really enjoyed ‘Better at English’! Thanks a lot for a rich collection of audio & video study materials which can be easily used either in the classroom or at home to improve listening skills. Certainly, authentic materials are valuable if we learn / teach English as a second language in Russia.

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