English reading is more of a favorite hobby than practice for many. They say that books and stories take you to places where you physically cannot visit. It is known that you know the best of a language only if you have read enough of it. Habits like reading bring innumerable benefits, including great command over the language, mental peace, and a better perception of things and the world around you.
There are certain people who complain that they find it pretty difficult to stick with a book for a long period of time. Well, you must know that books are not the only thing to read. If you do read books, there’s nothing better; but there are quite a number of alternatives for not-so-big fans of books.
We live in a time when everything, literally EVERYTHING is available online. Whether you are interested in history, science, romance, lifestyle, or politics- the internet has it for you. Millions of blogs and articles are published on the internet, every day, and having access to the internet is all you need to be able to read them. Find your interest and start reading, whatever you like, today.
For more tips on how to stick yourself to English reading and some suggestions on what you should begin with, follow our blog.
Additionally, if you are a beginner in the language learning process or are preparing for any of your entrance exams, we have a number of reading comprehension exercises for you. We advise you to practice at least 2 passages each day and assess your improvement alongside.
Take this little test and know how far you have to go!
If you need any further assistance on how you should practice or where you are lagging behind, feel free to connect with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“There is more treasure in books than in all pirate’s loot on treasure island.”