What would you do if you woke up and didn’t know where you were?
The Escape’ by Lynda La Plante is a true story about a man who tries to escape from prison. Read and listen to a short passage from the book and complete the interactive activities.
Sadaqat, an ESOL student from London, recently attended an event at the British Council where he met Prince Charles. Read and listen to his story and complete the exercises about the text.
Sarah wrote about a day she will never forget. Read her story and complete the activities about the text.
Many young people in the UK don’t show much interest in politics and don’t vote in elections. Read on to find out why, and to find out more about the UK political system too.
Is fashion important to you? Do you like to wear the same as other people or stand out in a crowd? Read this article and find out how young people in Britain create their own style.
Graffiti is very common in British cities. Do you like it or think it should be removed? Read about a world-famous graffiti artist from Britain.
Football is the most popular sport in the UK, but who actually goes to watch the live games? In the past, most fans were young, white and male, but is this situation changing?
Do you need help to fill in forms? Here you can learn useful words for filling in forms and practise your reading skills. Some children in Britain
Read about Joanna's new flat and complete the activities.