Five new websites for students of languages – level 3


Are you a language student looking for resources to improve your skills? If you learn Spanish, French, German, Chinese, or Indonesian, here are five new websites specifically designed to help you practice reading and listening.

The websites offer news articles in three levels of difficulty. The articles cover various topics, such as politics, technology, sports, and nature.

Level 1 is suitable for beginners who are just starting in the language. The articles are written using simple vocabulary and sentence structures, making it easier for learners to understand the content.

Level 2 is ideal for pre-intermediate learners who want to challenge themselves with more complex sentence structures and vocabulary. The articles are slightly longer and more detailed than those in Level 1.

Level 3 is for intermediate learners. The articles are written using more advanced vocabulary and sentence structures, making it a great way to practice reading and comprehension skills at a higher level.

The articles are not only a great tool for language learners but also for teachers who want to use current events as a way to engage their students. Teachers can use the articles as a basis for class discussions or as a way to assign homework.

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

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

How to improve your English with News in Levels: 


  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.


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


  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.


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


  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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