Online learning can be just as good, or even better, than traditional classroom learning. Recent research, especially after the Covid-19 crisis, has shown that students in online learning performed better than those who received in-person instruction, but it must be done well. The best online learning combines elements where students go with their teacher, with the only difference being the classroom, as the platform replaces the physical classroom, allowing students and teachers to meet in real-time and live. Teachers' methodologies should be configured to encourage deep and critical thinking about the subject, combining elements where students connect online simultaneously and interact with other students, their teacher, and content. An example is the zonilive.com platform, which is designed for learning English from anywhere in the world with live teachers following a set schedule and curriculum.