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story (noun)plural stories: an account of imaginary or real people and events; an item of news in a newspaper, broadcast etc

A collection of engaging posts with audio and quiz tests to inspire learners in progressing their English

The Mona Lisa
LISTEN & LEARN in easy English: How the world’s most famous painting became so popular.

The Science of Hand Washing
LISTEN & LEARN in easy English: Learn how hand soap works against bacteria and viruses.

The Moon Landing of 1969
LISTEN & LEARN in easy English: “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.” -Neil Armstrong

Albert Einstein
LISTEN & LEARN in easy English: The man considered to be the greatest scientist of the 20th century.

Summary: Little Women
LISTEN & LEARN in easy English: A classic novel from the mid-19th century.

All About Mardi Gras
LISTEN & LEARN in easy English: Food, parades, dancing, and masks – learn about the Mardi Gras celebration.

The Smartest Animals in the Sea
LISTEN & LEARN in easy English: These sea animals can have conversations, use names, and recognize their reflections.

The Causes of World War I
LISTEN & LEARN in easy English: Learn about the conflict and assassination that caused World War I.

The Life of Martin Luther King, Jr.
LISTEN & LEARN in easy English: One of the most famous leaders of the American civil rights movement.

Summary: To Kill a Mockingbird
LISTEN & LEARN in easy English: A fictional story that covered real issues: especially racism in America.

The Haunted Vending Machine in Seattle, Washington
LISTEN & LEARN in easy English: All about the vending machine that might have been owned by ghosts.

The Causes and Effects of Climate Change
LISTEN & LEARN in easy English: The causes and effects of climate change – and what you can do to help prevent it.

Origin of the New Year’s Celebration
LISTEN & LEARN in easy English: How the world started welcoming the New Year in over 4,000 years ago

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