Time for Reading Read an African folk tale "Three Hairs of a Lion" which teaches us about the importance of patience and determination to overcome problems in life. It's a good story to read on Mother's Day. God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers. Rudyard Kipling Level A2/B1 Three Hairs of A Lion
Writing Informal Letter: Write a letter to your friend about your reading preferences Dear Sam, It is sad to hear about your parents’ influence on your reading preferences. If they like classical authors, it does not mean that you must be fond of reading them too. Try to talk and persuade them. They must understand
A library is a place for you to read, to know and to grow. The library is the temple of learning and learning has liberated more people than all wars in history. Carl T. Rowan Knowledge is free at the library. Just bring your own container. If you want an education go to the library.
"Thank You, Ma'am" is a American short story written by Langston Hughes. It's one of those important short stories that carries great social value and has the ability to teach and instruct readers.This story helps us to see that we are all the same and that no matter how difficult any one personal situation may be,
Enjoy reading the Christmas tale "The Elves and the Shoemaker" after the Brothers Grimm. Once upon a time, a poor shoemaker had no money to buy food for himself and his wife. All he had was enough leather to make one pair of shoes. He cut out shoes and left the leather on his workbench,
Read the text about BASE jumping to develop your reading skills. Level B1 Reading Comprehension Some decades ago, Carl Boenish took a team of skydivers to Yosemite National Park, USA, and jumped with them from El Captain’s summit. The sport developed into BASE jumping, named after the four types of fixed objects people jump from:
Read for pleasure The snowdrop appears as the first flower in the middle of winter, too impatient to wait for the summer. It must endure the severe cold and tauntings of the wind. The flower’s impatience and untimely appearance become symbolic of a young man’s lost love and a great poet’s fate. The Snowdrop by Hans Christian
Do you know what's the baker's dozen? Enjoy reading this Saint Nicholas tale. In the Dutch colonial town later known as Albany, New York, there lived a baker, Van Amsterdam, who was as honest as he could be. Each morning, he checked and balanced his scales, and he took great care to give his customers