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Study English: Intermediate ESL Stories

Study English by reading each story and answering the questions. If you are a parent, these stories may also provide reading practice for your kids. Go to Advanced ESL for more difficult reading.

Do you need a translator? Here is a free translation site. Open this in a new window and use it to help you read the stories:
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Fixing the House
After the Rains
Stage at Sea World

Snoqualmie Pass
Pike Place
Reading Labels

The Park in Spring
The Man in the Blue Car
Shillong, India

The Camel
Klipspringer
The Bird Room

Penguins
Capybaras
Goethe and Poetry

The Walrus
Bactrian Camel
The Takin

Small Turtle
Sea Lion Asleep
The Suricate

Tourists in India
Cherrapunji
Farmer in India

Cat in India
Baby Canary
Crater Lake

Rabbit Gathering

Monkeys
The Visayan Pig

Remember: If you are learning English, don't forget pronunciation! You want to be able to speak and have people understand you. Try practicing one word list every day from 500 Words Practice. These are common words which will be useful at any English level.






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