Free, isn’t that a beautiful word? That excitement you get when someone gives something to you free of charge? It is a wonderful feeling indeed, especially when learning English. Although many students need a person that keeps them accountable, the amount of progress a student will have depends on how much time and effort is putting into learning.
This is when free resources come into play. They allow a student to keep nurturing even after he/she leaves the classroom, and experience has shown me such students are the ones that get to be fluent and achieve their language learning goals. I have the case of a friend of mine who’s an online Spanish teacher. He never stepped a foot into an institute, however, by using free resources to learn English from the internet, he got to be fluent in the language. Over time, he got his certification to Teach English as a Foreign Language (TEFL).