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Dear ESL All subscribers from all around
Do you find it difficult to find good reading
comprehension resources on the Web? If you are like many of our ESL
students, you probably think so. As a matter of fact, while finding
English reading material on the Web might be the easiest thing on
earth, reading comprehension resources accompanied by graded exercises
that can truly help you improve your reading comprehension level
are hard to come by.
This month, we have selected
ten of our favourite online English reading comprehension resources,
in order to help those of you who would like to sharpen their reading
not know what to do or where to turn.
These resources will allow you to determine your current reading
level as well as explore new topics, broaden your vocabulary, and
your overall understanding of English texts.
Do not hesitate to send us your comments
or questions if you have any.
Happy reading and our very best wishes to
you and your loved ones for the Holiday Season!
The ESL All Team
Reading Tests: Would
you like to find out what your reading level is in English
prior to trying reading comprehension exercises? Take the
English Club test to find out how well you understand what
you read in English. You have 15 minutes to do this test.
You must stop after 15 minutes and press the "Your
Score Is..." button. There are 20 questions.
Reading Comprehension Exercises: News
stories accompanied by audio files. Stories in original,
abridged or outline form. Many exercises to check reading
comprehension (vocabulary, word selection, multiple choice,
sequencing, and conclusions).
interesting series of short ESL intermediate reading lessons focusing
on vocabulary, grammar, and reading comprehension.
Texts with Questions: All the passages are adapted
from South China Morning Post. These texts are Active
Dictionary pages, that is, you can see the dictionary entry for
any word in the text by placing your cursor above it and double-clicking
on it with your mouse. The texts are accompanied by multiple-choice
comprehension questions. For upper intermediate and advanced
English Works: Traditional
Reading Practice (main idea, details, and inference) with vocabulary
and content comprehension questions. Texts are adapted from Interesting
Deaf Americans. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University. For intermediate
Language Training for Business: A
collection of 26 business-related reading comprehension texts dealing
with topics such as: business communication, insurance, finance,
technology, quality control, legal English, technology, banking,
management and retailing. Vocabulary and reading comprehension
questions for intermediate level students.
Beginning English Reading Comprehension: English
reading comprehension skills and multiple-choice quizzes for beginning
level learners, classes and teachers.
Internet TESL Journal's
The Internet TESL Journal's: An
impressive collection of reading comprehension resources for second
Reading Resource List: A
list of interactive Web reading exercises and sources for easy,
intermediate and advanced ESL students.
Study Zone (University of Victoria)
English Language Center Study Zone: An
interesting selection of free grammar explanations and interactive
reading exercises for beginner to advanced students.