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Welcome to our reading comprehension section for ESL students!

Click on one of the links below to start. We've prepared a diverse list of topics to help you to develop better reading comprehension skills. Anyone studying English will find these exercises useful, especially those who are preparing for an English exam with a reading comprehension section. These particular exercises are designed for intermediate/advanced students.

Robert and Armen
- co-founders of LearnEnglishFeelGood.com



LIST OF TOPICS:

01: Airlines cut flights, routes
02: Banks increase overdraft charges
03: Making the United States a less bilingual place
04: New regulations for illegal immigrants in the EU
05: Missing hikers found in Alaska
06: Sweden's new eavesdropping law
07: Outdoor activity injury statistics
08: Are some shower curtains dangerous?
09: Public tax returns in Scandinavia
10: Rembrandt self portrait
11: Picasso prints stolen in Brazil
12: Can a healthy lifestyle alter your genes?
13: Latvian prime minister gets in an accident
14: Japan's convenience stores - not 24/7?
15: Harsh interrogation methods by the US
16: Cracking down on illegal hiring in the UK
17: Gas stations - No more credit cards?
18: France and NATO
19: Global warming
20: Dr. Pathak and India's untouchables
21: Fake funeral scam
22: Jurors upset about post-trial arrest
23: Louisiana - surviving the recession well
24: A White House dog's best friend
25: Obamas made $2.7 million in 2008
26: Governor Richardson honored in Rome
27: Reviving the "National Meatless Program"
28: US foreclosures up 24 percent in 1st quarter
29: US eases regulations on traveling to Cuba
30: French fishermen block ports in protest
31: The sad fate of Japan's shelter dogs
32: The conservative "tea party movement" in the United States
33: American veterinarians helping animals abroad
34: San Francisco International airport doing well, unlike others
35: Koch Industries funding the 'climate denial machine'?
36: Perry says he doesn't believe in global warming
37: Lenovo says quarterly profit nearly doubles
38: Was Coco Chanel a Nazi spy?
39: Using real animals in movies
40: The Pope's visit to Spain
41: The U.S. Army's broken disability system
42: Tough sentences for UK rioters
43: Serious drought in West Texas
44: Cats helping prisoners
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