Learn English at the Library
From getting a better job to being able to communicate with your children’s teacher, passing the citizenship test to attending college and beyond, learning English is a valuable skill and Arlington Reads is here to help!
The library offers English as a Second Language classes that are led by volunteers. Students take an assessment test and are placed into classes based on level of English knowledge, which range from beginning to advanced.
Classes are first-come, first-served with limited enrollment. All new students must attend registration before joining the program.
There fall and spring registrations. The classes typically last between 12 – 15 weeks.
Need classes right away? Call the Tarrant County Adult Education call center at (817) 402-7555.
¿Necesita clases de inmediato? Llame al centro de llamadas de Tarrant County Adult Education al (817) 402-7555.
This is registration for a formal English language learning class.
At registration, you will be given an assessment. Class placement is based on your level. Classes will start in January.
For more information call 817-460-2727 or stop by the Literacy House, located at 101 E. North Street.
Este es el registro de una clase formal de aprendizaje de idiomas Inglés.
En el registro, se le dará una evaluación. La colocación de clase se basa en su nivel de conocimiento del idioma Inglés. Las clases comenzarán en enero.
Para más información llame 817-460-2727 o pase por la Casa de la Alfabetización, que se encuentra en el 101 E. North Street.
English Conversation Circles
Talk with or listen to other English learners and native English speakers to improve your English speaking skills and learn useful life skills. This is a great way to practice English while waiting for classes to start, or complement what you are currently learning in classes. We encourage you to come to as many Circles as you can.
No registration or fee required.
Mondays, 10 a.m. to noon at the Lake Arlington Branch
Tuesdays, 6-7 p.m. at the Literacy House
Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Epworth United Methodist Church
Thursdays, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Literacy House
Saturdays, 2-4 p.m. at East Branch
Learn on Your Own
If you prefer to study on your own, check out our collection of online language learning resources. Log in using your library card and PIN/password and explore all the languages you can learn!