Here you will find several reading, writing and listening tasks that together with some grammar exercises will help you improve your English. Those of you who have difficulties in English need to do some extra work catch up. In order to do so, you must plan ahead and set sensible goals. During Christmas you should devote some extra time to self study. Keep track of the work you do and show it to your teacher after vacation.
Read the texts, take note of the key words and write a summary. Every story ends up with a question you are expected to answer. Write a paragraph with your answer. Number the stories you read and keep them together with your answers.
- An alternative to team sports
- What is space tourism?
- Life without Wi-Fi
- The Selfie experience
- Giving to charity
- Mountain climbing. Is it as hard as it seems?
- Zoos: Cruel or caring?
- Applying to university
- The History of Graffiti
- Are celebrities bad for you?
- Thanks to the Web, We’re Alone Together and Loving it
- Superfoods: Protect Your Body by Eating Right
- Working Dogs: Becoming Eyes, Ears, Arms and Legs
- The Iditarod Sled Dog Race
In this page of the British council you will find good readings with audio and plenty of activities. You can choose to do the activities on line or to download the pdf format, print them.
Regarding grammar, we recommend Perfect English Grammar In this site you will find grammar tutorials and pdf downloadable exercises. This website is also listed in the useful resources section of this blog.