In this section you will find some sites that use video as their main focus for learning English. I am not including YouTube or Movies here because they have their own sections elsewhere in this guide.
English Attack! — Over 1,000 lessons based on clips from movies, TV series, music videos, and documentaries. You have to sign up to use the site, and you have to pay to access all the videos.
English Central — Register for free to watch over 10,000 videos with subtitles and try two Learn and Speak activities. Full access costs a minimum of €15/month.
engVid — Learn English for free with 1,120 video lessons at 3 levels (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced) by experienced native-speaker teachers. Classes cover English grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, IELTS, TOEFL, and more.
ESL Video — Video-based resources allowing students to improve their listening, speaking, grammar, and vocabulary skills. The quiz activities and lessons are created by teachers.
FluentU — Features authentic videos (movie trailers, music videos, news, talks) with interactive and quizzes. From €10/month for a basic subscription. Sign up for free trial. Also available as a iOS app.
LingoRank — Short lessons around great talks (TED, Google,...) to improve your English listening skills, vocabulary and grammar.
SpeakingFrog — This site features videos of famous speeches side-by-side with transcripts of the speeches.
TED Talks — Short (18-minutes or less) presentations that address a wide range of topics within the research and practice of science and culture. Over 2,400 talks are available on the website, many with multilingual subtitles and transcripts.
TED-Ed —Original animated videos, paired with questions and resources.