List of English exercises for the reading room

      Level 1 - beginner, elementary; L1 and L1-2 exercises are all free
      Level 2 - pre-intermediate, lower intermediate
      Level 3 - intermediate
      Level 4 - higher intermediate, upper intermediate
      Level 5 - advanced

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Reading room - reading comprehension

401 A glass of water or two
    L 2
402 Always look for a challenge
    L 4
403 Always look for a challenge - Part 2
    L 3
404 Bad weather conditions
    L 3-4
405 Bees and mathematicians
    L 4-5
406 Buying a better body
    L 4-5
407 Choosing a mortgage
    L 4
408 Choosing a mortgage - Part 2
    L 4
409 Concentrated beer
    L 4-5
410 Darkest restaurant in Paris
    L 4-5
411 Divers and dangers of the deep
    L 4
412 Doctor of the soul
    L 2-3
413 Doctor of the soul - Part 2
    L 2-3
414 Dogs helping disabled people - Part 1
    L 2-3
415 Dogs helping disabled people - Part 2
    L 3
416 Health issues I - Medical terms
    L 2-3
417 Health issues II - What's good for you?
    L 3-4
418 How to become a gracious queen
    L 4
419 How to do your homework
    L 2-3
420 Inside the Houses of Parliament
    L 5
421 In the theatre
    L 3-4
422 King of the polar frontier
    L 4
423 Legacy of a nuclear reactor
    L 4
424 Living in the past
    L 3-4
425 Long way home
    L 2-3
426 Man with seven children
    L 3-4
427 Memoirs of a film director - Part 1
    L 4
428 Memoirs of a film director - Part 2
    L 4-5
429 Memoirs of a film director - Part 3
    L 4-5
430 Memoirs of a film director - Part 4
    L 4
431 Money into thin air
    L 3
432 Old man enrols in the first year
    L 3-4
433 Salt in history and everyday life
    L 4
434 Serious crime - criminals and police
    L 3
435 Stevie Wonder - Feeding Off The Love Of The Land
    L 3-4
436 Tribute to Jimi Hendrix
    L 4
438 The Voice of A Viper
    L 3-4
My Financial Career - vocabulary exercise
   
The Model Millionaire - vocabulary exercise
   




Reading room - read and think

301 Famous people & nationalities
    L 1
302 A folktale with two morals
    L 2
303 A good night's sleep
    L 3
304 A question of choice
    L 3
305 Buying second-hand car
    L 3
306 Can apes learn human language?
    L 3
307 Church minister - 24 hours with Rachel Lewis
    L 3
308 Conditions of car insurance
    L 4
309 Crime failed
    L 3
309 Conventional and natural medicine (gap-fill)
    L 4
310 Customs and manners around the world
    L 3
311 Daytime or night secretaries (gap-fill)
    L 4
312 Describing characters
    L 3
313 Did I hear you right? (gap-fill)
    L 2
314 Don't be naive (gap-fill)
    L 2
315 Elena's exceptional circumstances
    L 4
316 Ethical business aims
    L 3
317 Faith restored
    L 4
318 Fortune in the will (gap-fill)
    L 3
319 Fortune in the will - Part 2
    L 3
320 Freedom or fatal mistake (gap-fill)
    L 3
321 Fur coat up in smoke
    L 3
322 Gambling it all on roulette (gap-fill)
    L 3
322 Hermit Of The Woods
    L 4
323 I couldn't handle temptation (gap-fill)
    L 4
324 It's your body
    L 5
325 Jobs that make you lie
    L 3
326 Kimani Maruge's true story
    L 3
327 Leadership qualities (gap-fill)
    L 4
328 Man-made islands of plastic rubbish (gap-fill)
    L 3
328 Mind your words
    L 4
329 New technology and new culture (gap-fill)
    L 2
330 Noble act of a professor
    L 3
331 Please call me mother (gap-fill)
    L 2
332 Runner of principles (gap-fill)
    L 3
333 Shark attack
    L 3
334 Solitude cures stress
    L 5
335 The reading mind
    L 2
336 Stay-at-home fathers
    L 3
337 The school I used to go
    L 2
338 The tale of the warrior & the baby (gap-fill)
    L 3
339 The weather report (gap-fill)
    L 3
340 The wise student and the teacher (gap-fill)
    L 3
341 To package or not to package food
    L 3
342 Understanding sharks
    L 3
343 Unspoken rules of career success (gap-fill)
    L 4
344 Water for life (gap-fill)
    L 2
345 Wedding ceremony & marriage vows
    L 4
346 What is your learning style? (gap-fill)
    L 3
347 What qualities do you look for?
    L 3
348 What's in the newspaper?
    L 4
349 When bank manager refuses client
    L 3
350 Why work more (gap-fill)
    L 3
351 You call this success?! (gap-fill)
    L 4
My sister Betty - a poem
    L 3
Pop songs and lyrics with a difference
    L 3
The Gods Must Be Crazy - Task 1 (gap-fill)
    L 4
The Gods Must Be Crazy - Task 2 (gap-fill)
    L 4





     


   

Grammar points

201 Adjectives in comparisons:
Big boys & girls

202 Adjectives & adverbs:
Making the right impression

203 Articles (a, an, the, zero) I:
Can you eat curtains?

204 Articles (a, an, the, zero) II:
Animals and the human race

205 Adverbs:
St. Francis' song

206 Auxiliary verbs:
Bank machine that went crazy

207 Conditionals & wishes (Present&past):
Poor rich Mr Milton

208 Third conditional & should have, shouldn't have:
No regrets

209 Past conditional:
A question of choice

210 Future forms:
Will, Going to, Present Continuous

211 Present Perfect active:
Any more news?

211 Present Perfect & Past Simple:
My grandma's a bank robber

212 Past Simple I:
Marry me and my dog

213 Past Simple II:
Run off with dad's cards

214 Past Simple & Continuous I.:
The uninvited dinner guest

215 Past Simple & Continuous II.:
You've been tricked!

216 Past Perfect & Simple:
The warrior and the baby

217 Present Perfect passive:
Guessing game

218 Passive voice - Present & past I:
How chocolate is made

219 Passive voice - Present & past II:
How paper is made

220 Passive voive - Present & past III:
Gold - the most precious metal

221 Passive voice - Past Simple:
Crime in the news

222 Passive voice - Past & Present:
Three plants and a man-made fibre

223 Phrasal verbs I:
Cat lover ex-model

224 Phrasal verbs II:
I couldn't handle temptation

225 Phrasal verbs III:
My problem needs solution

226 Prepositions I:
A bank robbery

227 Prepositions II:
Study with a smile

228 Pronouns & possessives:
Rain - lyrics of a song

229 Question tags:
I'm mad or are you?

230 Reported speech:
The changes

231 Verbs followed by the infinitive:
Useful tips when you feel lonely at a party

232 Active & passive verbs in the present:
Oil and gold in industry

233 Verb forms I:
The story of diamond

234 Verb forms II:
Moral dilemmas

251 - Present actions - Daily routines:
An interview

252 - Short answers & auxiliary verbs:
What's my job?

253 - Frequency words:
Never on a Sunday

254 - Question & frequency words:
A questionnaire

255 - Past actions - was/were:
Holidays

256 - Past Simple - was/did:
Return from space

257 - Habits & past actions:
Yes, dear!

258 - Present actions - usual & unusual:
The boss and the secretary

259 - Present and past verbs:
An investigation

260 - There is/There was:
Town and country


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