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English exercises  > readings

 


 
CAN
This simple exercise gives practice to young learners in reading and in creating sentences to express ability.

Level: elementary
Age: 6-10
Author:pupa

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Aswan Dam, The (Author-Bouabdellah)
---ASWAN DAM---Egypt, which has very little rainfall, has always depended for its exis¬tence on water brought by the Nile from ... SOURCE: Oxford Junior Encyclopedia (Volume 8)

Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Author:Bouabdellah

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The lion and the mouse
This is an easy reading for young learners to practice reading and comprehension as well as to acquire new vocabulary.

Level: elementary
Age: 7-10
Author:pupa

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Peter and the Wolf
This is the classic story Peter and the Wolf taken to practice reading comprehension. At the same time it is useful to teach values to your children.

Level: elementary
Age: 8-100
Author: Colegio Americano de Tabasco

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I Can Read
Reading exercise with True/false questions based on photos. It can be used with older children, teens and even students preparing for TOEIC or TOEFL.

Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Author: Philip Roeland

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English Around the World (Author-Bouabdellah)
English Around the World. Read the Do the exercises

Level: intermediate
Age: 14-100
Author:Bouabdellah

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About Thanksgiving
This is a reading comprehension practice with fact about Thanksgiving. It was made for fourth graders by her teacher Adriana Esparza.

Level: elementary
Age: 8-100
Author:Aurora Salas Colegio Americano de Tabasco

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personal information
students have to complete an e-mail

Level: elementary
Age: 7-9
Author:squiroz

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Paintballing Weekend
Another logic puzzle.

Level: intermediate
Age: 8-100
Author:frenchfrog

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The Smurfs - Smurfing for (Very) Young Learners
Online reading (cloze) exercise with 15 pictures targeted at (very) young learners and beginners. Vocabulary focuses mainly on action verbs and clothes. Grammar focus on present continuous. Enjoy.

Level: elementary
Age: 5-100
Author: Philip Roeland

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