One of the best websites for free English grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation lessons is www.engVid.com. Their teachers are excellent and you will find this site convenient for expanding your English skills. I recommend their lessons to every one of my students. Here are a few examples:
Search YouTube using ‘engVid’ and you will find lessons posted by their teachers – subscribe to get updates on the latest lessons.
You Tube – Rachel’s English
A wide selection of lessons on the ‘Rachel’s English’ channel. My students have found her lessons very helpful. She has almost 2 million subscribers!
Rachel also has some job interview and networking videos you will find useful.
You Tube – Sounds American
This channel is well-organized, making it easy to find a particular vowel or consonant sound that you want to study. I recently found this channel and am using it to target specific sounds my students need to improve. For example, the /er/ sounds for French speakers
YouTube – Clear English Corner with Keenyn Rhodes
Keenyn has a YouTube Channel that I just discovered. Her American English accent is perfect. In this lesson, she teaches the ‘Dark L’ sound in words like all, tell, sell, final, people. Highly recommended! There is a link for a list of words with the ‘Dark L’.
Business Planning Vocabulary
This is an example of videos you can find if you search YouTube for vocabulary lessons.
If you have other video suggestions, please contact me