Reading Newspapers

       

The Guardian home

http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/series/learning-english+series/class-report

 

BBC

http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/language/wordsinthenews/

6 Responses to Reading Newspapers

  1. malak says:

    BBC Learning English/ words in the news

    Rejecting letter
    I really enjoyed reading that story and learnt new words while listening and reading.
    I will try to visit that site daily to get more and more information.

  2. Najwa says:

    BBC Learning English/ words in the news

    It’s really an intersting and good chance to increase my vocabularies . I promise that I’ll read one report every day insha Allah.
    My report in class was about “new face new future”.

  3. Reem Almarwani says:

    BBC Learning English/ words in the news

    It is a very interesting website.
    I promise you ,I will read from this site every night insha Allah .
    (Colourful but Dangerous)…..I enjoyed reading my report 🙂

  4. Reham says:

    BBC Learning English/ words in the news

    I read “Bad manners in British Cafes” this is an interesting topic , short report with a mini dictionary
    and I found this idea beneficial .
    I promise “in shaa ALLAH ” to do this every day before I sleep 🙂

  5. Alaa says:

    BBC Learning English/ words in the news

    What a nice website! Thank you so much. I really enjoyed reading words in the news stories. They are sweet and light! I will try to do that regularly. It’s a good idea to improve my reading speed.

  6. Great! Continue to enjoy your extensive reading.

    All the very best,

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