– The Cambridge Evening News
– The Daily Record (Glasgow)
– Guardian Unlimited
– The Huddersfield Daily
– Independent Digital
– The Observer
– The Telegraph
– The Times
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If you have little time to spend to improve your English, the BBC “General and Business English” website is a must.
Here you have a variety of interactive activities to choose from:
‘Welcome to London’ is an intermediate English language course allowing users to practise their reading, listening and pronunciation skills.
It follows two characters, John and Fiona, through a series of situations as they arrive and settle down in the city.
So, if you are coming to visit, or live, in London or you want to find out more about what the city has to offer – then this course may be for you.
VOA (The Voice Of America) is a great Website (you can also follow VOA on Facebook) to learn American English.VOA uses “Special English”… But what is so “special” about it?
Three Elements Make Special English Unique.It has a core vocabulary of 1500 words. Most are simple words that describe objects, actions or emotions. Some words are more difficult. They are used for reporting world events and describing discoveries in medicine and science.
Special English writers use short, simple sentences that contain only one idea. They use active voice. They do not use idioms.
Special English broadcasters read at a slower pace, about two-thirds the speed of standard English. This helps people learning English hear each word clearly. It also helps people who are fluent English speakers understand complex subjects.
You can now catch the ENGLiSH CiRCLE on our Facebok page at www.facebook.com/english.circle !
You'll find there a range of web links that might just help you to improve your English.
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Travel adventure 11 English Dialogs with Exercises plus Q&A
«A travel adventure» is an exciting book for learners of the English language. It was written by Sandra Marttinen, an experienced ESL professional who has created a large number of ESL materials. “A Travel Adventure” consists of 11 episodes, each of which contains dialogues, a glossary, open questions and a cloze test. Take the journey of a lifetime!
A day in the life of 6 Reading Comprehension Lessons with Exercises plus Q&A
«A day in the life of…» was specially written for intermediate students of English as a second language, and each story contains passages in dialogue which are suitable for acting out. Words and expressions that may present difficulty are listed in a glossary at the end of each story. There is a wide range of exercise material and answers are provided at the end of the book.
English Next was commissioned by the British Council and written by researcher David Graddol a British applied linguist, well known as a writer, broadcaster, researcher and consultant on issues relating to global English.
The report draws attention to the extraordinary speed of change to issues affecting English identified in the 1997 publication: The Future of English?
The new report argues that we are already in a very new kind of environment and a new phase in the global development of English. What are the new rules and who will be the winners and who will be the losers? In this new study David Graddol suggests some of the answers by analysing demographic and economic trends in the Twenty First Century which affect Global English and the language policies worldwide and will influence its future.
Read English Next (1.89MB – PDF) and find out why global English may mean the end of English as a foreign language.