Reading is not only a pleasure but also a wonderful way of improving your vocabulary. So choosing carefully what you read might help you to have the vocabulary you want.
I simply love reading the news on the web. It is instant, always updated, and a way to travel far. You decide when you start, what news you want and you can easily avoid commercials!
I’d like to share with you a few links to read news from Britain and the United States. It is an interesting exercise to read the same piece of news published on both sides of the Atlantic and compare. You will see how different British and American English can be.
BBC NEWS | News Front Page
World, UK and Business news and comment from The Times and The Sunday Times, Times Online
Guardian Unlimited | UK Latest
The Daily Telegraph
USATODAY.com - News & Information Homepage
WSJ.com - U.S. Home
The Washington Post
The New York Times - Breaking News, World News & Multimedia
Herald.com : Miami & Ft. Lauderdale News, Weather, Dolphins & More
There are sites publishing news from Argentina in English. When it comes to economy, we need words to describe what is going on and they are not easily found in a dictionary.
Buenos Aires Herald
On another posting... we can discuss magazines on the web.
Are you reading anything that you would like to recommend?
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