Graded reading, in the form of comprehension questions and answers, can help students learning English to put the grammar lessons they’ve learned into practice.
Find free graded reading examples here for all three levels of English: elementary, intermediate and advanced.
Queen opens record-breaking new Forth Bridge in Edinburgh. Do this upper intermediate reading comprehension exercise about the Queensferry Crossing including questions and answers.
From the invention of television to the world wide web, British inventors have been at the forefront of innovation. Read more in this advanced level reading comprehension with questions and answers.
What makes a Full English Breakfast so good? A brief look at traditional foods in Britain. Do this elementary reading comprehension exercise including questions and answers.
Lively British seaside towns - fun times and English skills all in one holiday! Do this pre-intermediate reading comprehension exercise including questions and answers.
How much do you know about the Beatles? Find out in this pre-intermediate reading comprehension.
Have you ever wondered why bunny rabbits are associated with Easter? Read this graded reader at a pre-intermediate level to find out.
St. Patrick's Day fun fills London around 17th March each year for a spectacular festival and parade. Intermediate reading comprehension exercise with questions and answers.
Speaking two languages rather than just one has many practical benefits. Let's see four of the most important advantages in this graded reader at an upper intermediate level.
When it's Movember, men grow moustaches for charity. Read why in our graded comprehension reading at an intermediate level.
Have you ever wondered how to make your own Halloween outfit in a cost-effective way? Find out more with this reading comprehension at an intermediate level.