148 Free Oxford Graded Readings

Reading is among some of the most useful way of improving one’s vocabulary and overall language skill. Due to COVID-19, Oxford University Press has made available 148 graded readers for free until August 31. Graded readers are really nice entryways to a language: they are organized according to different levels. In this case, this range is from A1 to B2 in this case. All you have to do is register, and then you get access to all of these books. We handpicked some of our favorites (click on the titles to open the books – registration required):

Kidnap! – Starter Level

DOMINOES STARTER: KIDNAP by ESCOTT: Oxford University Press ...

One cold winter morning, a famous movie star and her teenage daughter are driving along a country road… A blue van is waiting for them… Complete interactive activities, listen to audio at different speeds, and improve your pronunciation.

Sherlock Holmes and the Duke’s Son – Level 1

Sherlock Holmes and Duke's Son - Obw Library 1 3rd. Ed. With Audio ...

Why does Dr Huxtable need the help of the famous detective Sherlock Holmes? Because someone has kidnapped the Duke of Holdernesse’s son… Complete interactive activities, listen to audio at different speeds, and improve your English.

Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime & Other Stories – Level 2

Dominoes, New Edition: Level 2: 700-Word Vocabulary Lord Arthur ...

Arthur Savile learns something terrible… Hughie Erskine helps a beggar – who isn’t what he seems… Lord Murchison loves a woman – but what’s her secret? Complete interactive activities, listen to audio at different speeds, and improve your pronunciation.

Skyjack! – Level 3

Skyjack! - Oxford Bookworms Library Level 3 | Nyelvkönyv ...

When a large plane is hijacked, the Prime Minister looks at the list of passengers and suddenly becomes very, very frightened. Complete interactive activities, listen to audio at different speeds, and improve your pronunciation.

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