With real news stories available nearly every day, there are a lot of different topics to choose from. There are also seven different levels of difficulty, although some stories are limited to a few options. Stories come with a ton of great material to check comprehension and study the vocabulary.
There is more than reading to this resource, but they have a helpful library of reading exercises as well. Choose from elementary, pre-intermediate, intermediate and advanced exercises. Then, choose from a list of different readings and types of questions to answer to check your understanding.
- English Newspapers: These are a great way to keep up-to-date about news from around the world, and get exposed to different types of English.
- New York Times – An American newspaper, featuring world and American news.
- Wall Street Journal – An American newspaper with a focus on financial news.
- Washington Post – An American newspaper, featuring world and American news.
- BBC – A British newspaper, featuring world and British news.
- The Australian – An Australian newspaper, featuring world and British news.