Intermediate

Homophones

Homophones

Homophone: each of two or more words having the same pronounciation but different meanings. Learn about homophones with the funniest illustrations.

Homophones part II

Homophones part II

Homophone: each of two or more words having the same pronounciation but different meanings. Learn about homophones with the funniest illustrations.

Lord Bao and the Stone

Lord Bao and the Stone

Lord Bao is the fairest judge in South China. One day he sees a small boy crying. Can he find out what happened?

Promises like Pie-Crust

Promises like Pie-Crust

Christina Rossetti’s poem raises an important issue to do with relationships: promises. Make them or not? Keep them or not?

The Little Prince I.

The Little Prince I.

The first 6 chapters of the world-famous French classic of Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince.
The Little Prince II.

The Little Prince II.

Get to know the Prince’s flower, meet the businessman, the tippler and the lamplighter.

The Little Prince III.

The Little Prince III.

Continue exploring some other planets with the curious little prince.

The Sheep

The Sheep

Learn about a sheep – not in a general sense, but spiced up with Ellis Parker Butler’s humour.

The Tyger

The Tyger

The Tyger is the most well-known poem by William Blake. Read this literary masterpiece and think about its meaning.

The Yellow Wallpaper

The Yellow Wallpaper

One of the earliest work of feminist American literature by Charlotte Perkins Gilman.

U.S. Roadtrip

U.S. Roadtrip

Take a road trip around the US with Jeff, Rose, Eric, Finn and Aisha. I’m sure you’ll enjoy it!

UK Architecture

UK Architecture

Ed and Marge imagined travelling around the United Kingdom and talked about the architectural marvels you can see around the country.