American and Canadian English is almost exactly the same.

How do I know this? Because I'm a certified ESL teacher, and I've lived my whole life in the United States and Canada.

Unlike some other teachers, I show students how English is really used in North America. And it's not from a dusty old textbook.

My name is Graham Webster. On this website, I'm offering you the very same lessons that I teach my classroom students when they come to Toronto. If you want to do business in the USA and Canada, or if you want to go to school later, this is the place to start!

What ESL Level Do I Teach?

Let's make it simple and use the Canadian way. There are 12 levels of ESL in Canada. We call them the CLBs.

Level 1 means you are just learning the alphabet (A, B, C, D, E, etc.)

Level 6-7 is about right for many community college technical programs.

Level 12 means you have university-level skills.

(Note: To go to college or university, you must pass a special test, such as TOEFL or IELTS.)

When you finish Level 4, you can:

  • talk to a doctor

  • buy food at the store

  • read a recipe to bake a cake

  • apply for a job

This website is Level 4.

Try my free Level 4 trial lesson package. If it seems not too easy and not too hard, you're ready to buy some courses!