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New reading articles in graded English - fact or fiction.
Short papers on teaching English and classroom activities, or on questions of  English language or linguistics.
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To be accepted for publication, contributions must meet the Linguapress.com quality guidelines. They must also be original work, not work copied from an outside source.
Articles :  Reading articles must provide factual, objective information about events/people/places of interest in the English-speaking world, and must be original texts that have not been published elsewhere.
Short stories should be your own © original work, and suitable for learners of English at intermediate or advanced levels.
Linguapress is also interested in publishing good short stories by established writers whose works are in the public domain.

While accompanying worksheets or teaching ideas are welcome, they are not a prerequisite for acceptance.
Papers on teaching English online or in the classroom or on language or linguistics should be written in a style that is clear and concise. They should not normally exceed 1000 words.

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Short stories must be your own ©  original work.
Linguapress is also interested in publishing good short stories by established writers whose works are in the public domain, and welcomes suggestions. To be in the public domain, works must be by a writer who died over 70 years ago.

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Reading resources in graded English
from Linguapress
A choice of other pages from Linguapress.
Intermediate resources :
Charlie Chaplin & the Little Tramp
The men who guard the Queen
Discussion : Are you a brand slave?
The Beatles, in easy English
Who is James Bond ?
USA: Who was Buffalo Bill?
USA: Close encounters with a Twister  
More: More intermediate reading texts  
Advanced level reading :
Charles Babbage, the father of the computer
Agatha Christie - the world's best-selling author
Who killed Martin Luther King?
The story of the jet plane
Tolkien - the man who gave us the Hobbit
More: More advanced reading texts  
Selected grammar pages
Verbs in English
Noun groups in English
Word order in English
Reported questions in English
Miscellaneous
Language and style 
Word stress in English
The short story of English
Ideas for teachers



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