Graded Articles for Learners of English as a Foreign Language


EnglishZine is an online magazine for learners of English as a foreign language. It has graded articles about British language, life and culture.

Each article has definitions of words and expressions. There are audio recordings which will help you improve your pronunciation. Some articles have videos.

You can download and print activity worksheets which will help you with your grammar and vocabulary. There are also vocabulary quizzes, study tips and book reviews.


If you want to improve your writing, you can write an article for EnglishZine. Your writing will be corrected and you will receive feedback on your work. Write about your home town and your article might be published on the website for other students to read. To find out about other writing challenges, join the mailing list at the bottom of the page.


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My name’s Wyn. I’m a British teacher of English as a foreign language. I have worked at schools in Japan, Poland and South Korea. I now teach at a language school in Oxford.


Keep on learning English.

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online, adjective, available through the Internet
graded, adjective, designed to suit different levels of learning
article, noun [C], a piece of writing in a newspaper or magazine
definition, noun [C], a phrase or sentence that says exactly what a word, phrase, or idea means
expression, noun [C], a word or group of words with a particular meaning
audio, adjective, relating to sound that is recorded or broadcast
pronunciation, noun, [U, C] the way in which words are said
download, verb, to move information or programs from the internet to a computer
worksheet, noun [C], a piece of paper with questions and exercises for students
keep on, phrasal verb, continue