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AKA:  Leon's Language Lessons
AKA: The Polyglot's Playground

Recommended for Ages 13 - 113
 (Children under 13 should be accompanied by a parent;  Why?  See answer below, to the left.)

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remote viewing
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There are 4 portals (E's) to chose from...

Education Portal

English Language Education

Foreign Language Education

English and Foreign Language Testing

for teachers and students...

both ESL and Language Arts.

Entertainment Portal

Funny photos,

Funny videos;

Games, Edutainment,

Jokes, Riddles, etc.

Esoterics Portal

Ancient Symbolism

Science in Mythology

The BIG Secret of the Universe

Encyclopedia Metaphysica

Exorcism, and more.

Expats Portal

Expat Assistance

Dealing with Culture Shock


Expat Blogs

Expat Humor, and more.



Dear Parents,

Why do children under 13 years of age need parental supervision?

Quite simply, the answer is because U.S. law requires that I put warnings on my site, if I solicit personal information from visitors.  I don't really solicit any information; however I do have a "guest-book" where visitors may leave their names and comments about my website.

Furthermore, there are third-party advertisements, which may solicit information (for the purpose of selling something).  While I am not directly responsible, I am indirectly responsible for that since I have placed the ads on my website.  Lastly, I do solicit donations, but is unlikely that any child under 18 years of age has PayPal, so therefore cannot donate.

That's why children under the age of 13 should be with a parent or guardian when visiting this website.

I hope you all enjoy the wonderful educational material that I have amassed free of charge (as it should be)!

Kind regards,

Calling All Adult Patrons,

Leon's Planet is an independently owned and operated website, and all fees to run this website come out of Leon's pocket.  Leon's Planet DOES need, and would like your support to keep going, because ads, so far, have not been generating enough revenue and Leon is currently employed, but has accrued great debt due to unfortunate (or fortunate) circumstances (depending upon you wish to view the matter).  I've already paid for one more year of web-hosting, so, this website will be up at least that long, but after than, who know?  I give up trying to make money with this website.  It's probably not going to happen in my lifetime.  So....

Please consider donating to


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What's New?

Coming soon...

The End of the World 

 As We Know It 

Click here to learn about the
of end-of-the-world prophecies..


How to be happy.


How to S.M.A.C.K. your demons down!



For Complete Index, Scroll Down or Click Here.


Site Map of Leon's English Education Stuff

English Listening &
English Reading &
Grammar & Usage
English Education
Tongue Twisters Blog

(My blogs about life as an expat)


(Grammar rules simplified)

A/B/C English

(American/British/Canadian English)

Ancient Symbols

(Sacred Trees, Serpents, Dragons)

Chants x  ESL Puzzles Culture in Language Color Words Dream Interpretation
Games for ESL x Essays Clauses  Calligrams

(Let's build a public library of calligrams together)

Exorcism 101-PhD 
English Songs History of English Crazy English Homophones/Homonyms Encyclopedia Metaphysica 
Interjections Humor (English jokes) Irony Metaphor Festivals of the Far East
Intonation Myths about learning English Linguistic Terms Numbers Ghosts
Phonics Pen Pal Project Martha's Grammar Pet Peeves Phrasal Verbs Holidays (USA)
Pronunciation Poetry Parts of Speech Polysemy How to be Happy
Onomatopoeia Proverbs / Sayings Advanced Material Similes Mythology = Science
Oral Exam Prep x Spelling Rules Acronyms / Abbreviations Slang NDE
x x Written Exam Prep Language Competence Synonyms UFOs / ETs / Cryptids
x x Leon's Literature Review Organizational Competence Vocabulary Winter Solstice
Crazy Pronunciation x Crazy Spelling Pragmatic Competence English Words from other languages X-mas Traditions

Complete Index

Links Links Links
A About this site

About Leon


Acronyms & Abbreviations

(What does "V.I.P." mean?)


Advertising on this site

(Both free and paid)

American/British/Canadian English


Ancient Religious Symbolism

(Mostly about Snakes and Dragons)

B Bigfoot

Fascinating new evidence!



(in English)

What does V.I.P. stand for?
What does # mean?



(My life overseas;  I could write a book!)

(Maybe I will.)



British English
American English

Buddhism in Brief

C Calligrams!

Let's build a public library of calligrams together!!!

Computerized Adaptive Placement Exam

Click to learn more.

Children's EFL/ESL Page


Christmas Origins

Where did the idea of the Christmas tree come from?

Where did the idea of Santa Claus originate?


Bigfoot and other cryptic animals

(Chinese English Errors)

China Chronicles
(my life in China)

Chinese Lessons
(by Leon, who's been there)

Chants for ESL

How many color words do you know?

What color is mauve?

Meet the CLAUSES

(Subordinate Clause, Main Clause,
Relative Clause, and Mr. Claus)


Content-based Education

What's that?!!!

Click to Learn

Crazy English

English really IS crazy sometimes!

You've got to see this page!

Culture & English

What?!  Language has culture?

YEP!  Make sure you understand the English Language Culture.

Creation Myths
(myths from around the world that explain the creation of human beings on this planet)
D Dream Interpretation Angels and Demons
E Easter

Free EFL Clip Art

English Pedagogy

Free ESL Clip Art

Essays by Leon
Expatriates Page Eschatology
(End-of-the-World Traditions)
a how-to tutorial
F FAQs Favorite Links
Festivals of the Far East Foreign Languages Fun
G Games

(to learn English)

Grammar (of English) Grey List (for int'l job seekers)

How to achieve it

Health History of English Holidays in USA
Homophones Humor
Interlanguage Intonation Irony
J Jobs for teachers Jokes
K Korean Chronicles
(my life in Korea)
Korean Dictionary Errors Korean Food Korean Lessons
Korean Origins

(Where do the Koreans and their language come from, historically?)


(Korean English)

King of the Jungle

(Handyman of Utah County)

L Language Competence Languages Taught and Tested
Leon's Int'l Liquor Page Linguistic Terms Linguistic Humor
Mongolian Lessons

"Mongol Meanderings"
Blog of my life in Mongolia
for 5 years
Morphemes Metaphysics Metaphors
Music in Education Mythology vs. Science Myths about learning English
(near death experiences)
New Year's Day

It's not what you think it is.

Numbers of English

How high can you count in English?

What's the largest number?

O Onomatopoeia Oral English Exam
Organizational Competence
P Paranormal

(an encyclopedia)

Parts of Speech

(nouns, verbs, and more)

Pen Pal Project Phono-Page

(Phonics, Phonemics, Phonology)

Phrasal Verbs
Poland Post
(my life in Poland)
Poetry Polysemy Pragmatic Competence
Q Qabbalah Qt
Rebus Puzzles
R References

 References to learn English


What's the difference between a resume and a CV?

S S.E.O.

Search Engine Optimization (free!)


Science vs. Myth

I solved it!!!!
  (This is not an ad, by the way).

Shepherd's Monument Mystery SOLVED!!!!

Can you decipher the code above?
 I did. 
See how I did it.

Similes Slang Songs
Spelling Rules
Symbolic Serpents
Tao of Leon
Tongue Twisters

Turkish Times
(my life in Turkey)
UFO / ET / Cryptids

Vietnam Vigil
(my life in Vietnam)

What's the best way to increase your vocabulary (of English, of course)?

W Winter Solstice Traditions
Who, Which, Where

(relative clauses)

Words from Other Lingos Written English Exams
X X-mas X-pats
Y Yuletide
Z Zen of Leon


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