The United States government offers public English as a Second Language programs in a variety of modalities.
English as a Second Language programs (English as a Second LanguageESL) provide care to people who live in the United States and seek to specialize in the language to continue their studies or get a better job.
Some of the options that you can consider to learn English are the following:
Some of the options that you can consider to learn English are the following: Community College. You can search for these types of programs in the National Literacy Directory entering your zip code: https://www.nld.org/
Another option offers an online learning modality through the site USA Learns a Department of Education program that allows users to learn English from home. It is only necessary to have an internet connection or a cell phone with a mobile data plan. In addition, the site has a downloadable application for phones and tablets. The content of the courses includes audios and videos.
USA Learns is a free platform and includes various English courses from beginner to intermediate level.
Another type of free content that is also found online is that of Share America, offering explanatory audios on everyday conversations about food, travel, tourism, music, history, and more.
Another face-to-face option can be found in public libraries, some offer English class programs and learning materials. Find the library closest to you at the following link: https://www.careeronestop.org/LocalHelp/CommunityServices/find-libraries.aspx?lang=es