Book reviews for English learners

Improve your English skills with Becoming

Improve your English skills with ‘Becoming’

Genre: Biography; Level B2 Have you already read Michelle Obama’s autobiography “Becoming”? Personally, I think it is a very impressive book and if you read it in English, Michelle Obama can help you improve your English skills. What is the book about? As the genre “Biography” already tells us, in this book Michelle Obama writes …

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How to expand your English vocabulary with Pride and Prejudice

Genre: Classics; Level B1+ Jane Austen is one of the most famous British authors. Even today, 200 years after her death her books are still known by many people in the UK, as well as abroad. That’s why I thought today we should look at how Jane Austen can help you improve your English vocabulary. …

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How to learn English with Harry Potter

I would like to answer the following questions that I often get about whether or not to read Harry Potter in English.
#1 Is Harry Potter the right book for learning English?
#2 Which book should I start with?
#3 Isn’t Harry Potter only for children?
#4 How do Harry and his friends help me improve my English?
#5 What do I need to improve my English skills with these truly magical books?
#6 Isn’t Harry Potter too magical for me to understand?
#7 Are The Film Versions Also Good For Learning English?

Spying on a different English world – A review of “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy” (1974)

Level B2; Genre: Spy/Thriller It is time to dive straight into the deep, dark world of this wonderfully written spy thriller. This classic has everything in it from deceit and treachery all the way to adultery and espionage. With this book, John Le Carré not only made a legacy for himself as one of the …

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