To improve my English, I read novels, but, sometimes, I think there is a better way of spending my time studying English, but also other branches of knowledge.
"Expliqué à" is a very good collection of books written in French. This collection is about major themes of society, politics, civic education, philosophy and history, in the form of questions and answers between a specialist, recognized in his field, and a child.
Is there anything similar written in English?
- angelopaganiniW zeszłym miesiącu
|AussieInBgW zeszłym miesiącu|
The basic question of ”what to read to improve your English” is all about what level your language is, your knowledge of specialised vocabulary for specific topics and so on.
AussieInBg4 tygodnie temuIf the level of what you are reading feels a bit too ”easy”, then you can try something a little more difficult.
There’s no rule stopping you from reading something ”easy” - after all, it’s not just about improving your English, but enjoying what you are doing!
What was missing from my first post was ”The most important criterion when choosing a book is that it is enjoyable!!!”.
angelopaganiniW zeszłym miesiącuThank you!
I will look for GCSEs books.
I have already read ”GCSE modern world history” by Ben Walsh and I have found it easy and interesting.
vincentW zeszłym miesiącuTHANKS ! !!