Welcome to the Liget English suggested reading list. The following list is organized by level of difficulty, with the easiest readings at the top and the hardest at the bottom. TEST!!!!
Children of all ages love Dr. Seuss's imaginative books. So do their parents. The official Dr. Seuss website offers a variety of learning activities, some of which are printable in PDF format.
You are not a child, but you can not read text for adults in English. What to do? You have three choices: 1. Read text for language learners 2. Read text written for English-speaking children 3. Read text that you already know.
You probably already have lots of readings in your textbooks. Comics: Here's a great website that helps you with a few vocab words in every strip of Garfield the Cat
You are good, but there are holes in your vocabulary that make reading frustrating. You understand everything in English class, but somehow you can't read stuff in English that you can read in your own language. Here are some suggestions for entertaining reading at your level: News: The most readable news source is USA Today - www.usatoday.com - with one-third of its content considered highly readable. (Tip: avoid sports news, which is written in a language all its own) Comics: Here's a great website that helps you with a few vocab words in every strip of Garfield the Cat