Five new websites for students of languages – level 2

30-09-2023

Are you a language student? Do you want to improve your skills? If you want to learn Spanish, French, German, Chinese, or Indonesian, here are five new websites which can help you practice reading and listening.

The websites offer news articles in three levels of difficulty. The articles are about politics, technology, sports, and nature.

Level 1 is for beginners. The articles are written in simple words. They are quite easy to understand.

Level 2 is ideal for pre-intermediate learners. The articles are longer and more detailed than those in Level 1.

Level 3 is for intermediate learners. The articles are written with more advanced vocabulary and grammar.

The articles are not only a great tool for language learners but also for teachers who want to use the news as a way to teach their students. Teachers can use the articles as a basis for class discussions.

Best of all, the websites are completely free to use. So, what are you waiting for? Improve your reading and listening skills with the help of these websites.

www.spanishinlevels.com

www.frenchinlevels.com

www.germaninlevels.com

www.chineseinlevels.com

www.beritabahasainggris.id

What do you think about our new websites?

LEARN 3000 WORDS with NEWS IN LEVELS

News in Levels is designed to teach you 3000 words in English. Please follow the instructions
below.

How to improve your English with News in Levels: 

Test

  1. Do the test at Test Languages.
  2. Go to your level. Go to Level 1 if you know 1-1000 words. Go to Level 2 if you know 1000-2000 words. Go to Level 3 if you know 2000-3000 words.

Reading

  1. Read two news articles every day.
  2. Read the news articles from the day before and check if you remember all new words.

Listening

  1. Listen to the news from today and read the text at the same time.
  2. Listen to the news from today without reading the text.

Writing

  1. Answer the question under today’s news and write the answer in the comments.

Speaking

  1. Choose one person from the Skype section.
  2. Talk with this person. You can answer questions from Speak in Levels.

 

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