Welcome to GameEnglish.

Learn some new English words with these games and questions.


Low level English

Game English

Stories

General Vocabulary Questions

Grammar

Middle level English

Game English

Stories

General Vocabulary Exercises

High level English

Game English

Stories

General Vocabulary Exercises





English Practice

If you are learning English you should practise what you have learned as often as possible. Do this any way that you can. Reading English books/comics/magazines, talking to friends, emailing people, watching movies, listening to music, and of course, surfing the internet! The online adventure games on this site are another way to relax and spend a few minutes on the web practising English.

English Games

Games are a great way of learning English. Adventure games use lots of text and are very good for improving your reading and writing skills. You will also improve your grammar just by seeing the rules you have studied being used in a variety of situations. Also, in games it is often necessary to repeat the same action many times so any English you use to do this will be easier to remember.

English Study

The games and activities on this site have three levels: low (yellow), middle (green) and high (blue). There is also a super-high level (violet) that should challenge native speakers! Try all the versions of "If you go down in the woods today..." It's the same adventure but using different levels of English to say (generally) the same thing. After you finish, try the vocabulary questions that test you on words from the game. "King of the Castle", "Escape from Simian Island" and "A Day at the Beach" are text adventures that help advanced, intermediate and beginner ESL/EFL students understand the English in the games by providing vocabulary hints.