Level 3 - news in 3000 words

World’s Oldest Panda – level 3

21-10-2016 15:00 Jia Jia, the oldest panda in captivity, has died at 38 years old, which is around 114 in human years. During her last two...

Cocaine in Panama City – level 3

21-10-2016 07:00 The Panamanian anti-narcotics police found 97 rectangular packs while digging in sand in Panama City, and they found that...

Cat Festival in Tokyo – level 3

20-10-2016 15:00 The annual ghostly cat festival happened in Tokyo. Locals painted their faces, wore masks, or just popped on some cat ears...

Situation in Haiti – level 3

20-10-2016 07:00 Ban Ki-moon, the United Nations Secretary General, visited Haiti after Category 4 Hurricane Matthew devastated it earlier...

Amsterdam in London – level 3

19-10-2016 15:00 EasyJet created a tour, which allows visitors to experience the wonders of Amsterdam without actually leaving London. The...

Lungs Transplant – level 3

19-10-2016 07:00 Imogen Bolton, a baby girl from Britain, was desperately ill in her first month of life. She was tiny and frail, and in...

Starlings in Denmark – level 3

18-10-2016 15:00 Every year in autumn, migrating starlings flock together in the marshes of the Wadden Sea National Park in Denmark looking...

Thai King is Dead – level 3

18-10-2016 07:00 The Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who was the longest reigning monarch, has died. People transferred his body to the...

Shark and Diver in a Cage – level 3

17-10-2016 15:00 Cage diving is a popular tourist attraction in countries with shark-infested waters, such as off the west coast off...

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 – level 3

17-10-2016 07:00 Some of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 phones caught fire, and the US Department of Transport banned the phone on flights to or...
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What is Level 3

Level 3 is for advanced ESL (English as a second language) students. It is not simple English anymore as in Level 1 and Level 2. In this level, we use 3000 most important words in spoken English. We write every word which is from a higher level in bold type. When you practise reading and listening at this level every day, sooner or later you can know 3000 most important words in English and you can be able to understand native speakers.

How to improve your English with News in Levels:



  1. Read all today's articles and translate all words which you don't understand.
  2. Read the articles from the day before and see if you remember all new words.


  1. Listen to all today's news.
  2. Stop the video after every sentence and repeat the sentence.
  3. Repeat point 2 for the news which you listened to the day before.


  1. Answer the questions under today's news and write them into the comments.
  2. Chat in the  Chat room for at least 2 minutes. You can write about today's news.


  1. Choose one person from the SKYPE section.
  2. You can talk about today’s news or you can answer questions from  http://www.newsinlevels.com/questions/
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