Pomaka is a free website supporting English language learners and educators.
This site introduces original content supporting the study of English as a second or foreign language. While a range of topics are covered, there is a particular focus on spoken Engish, including related vocabulary, expressions, strategies, and pronunciation. This site also introduces and reviews other online language-learning resources, websites, and apps. The content is protected by copyright, however permission is given for it to be reproduced in other media provided appropriate citations (and/or links) to the original source are included.
The content of this site is created and maintained by Paul McAleese, a foreign language educator based in Japan. Paul has over 20 years of experience in foreign language education including teaching a range of course and learner types. He has also worked in related fields including curriculum and resource development, language testing, and translation. He is currently working as an Associate Professor in the foreign language program at a Japanese national university. Paul has an MA in Applied Linguistics(distinction) from the University of Birmingham and the Cambridge CELTA(A). His research interests include spoken discourse, corpus linguistics, and phraseology.