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Learn English the African way-with stories, vivid emotions and striking imagery.

We have written, audio, video and graphic content. The material can be used for personal and educational purposes only.

You can purchase stories and worksheets here.

#1: Don’t miss this!

Discover all our new lessons, short stories and worksheets.

Homepage-The Pinnacle of Irresponsibility, Level B1-B2, Learn English With Africa, August 2017

#2: What’s on this month?

You can now buy stories, worksheets and clothes on our new online store:  https://learnenglishwithafrica.selz.com. The payments are done through Paypal and they are safe.

Here are some of the products that you will find:

Zipper Pouch 1, Learn English With Africa, August 2017-Products
Colourful zipper pouch and fabric buttons

 

Refashioned dress, Learn English With Africa, August 2017-Products

#3: Popular posts and pages on Learn English With Africa

Small Kitchen Appliances Vocabulary-Learn English With Africa, May 2016-English worksheets

  • Kitchen Utensils Vocabulary: This is a thorough lesson on different types of objects that we can use in the kitchen. You will find a quiz, a crossword puzzle and a pronunciation guide to add more fun to your learning.
  • Relative Clauses and Relative Pronouns: This is an efficient interactive lesson that will help you understand these important grammatical concepts. You will enjoy reading the witty conversation between Takondwa and Rachel, who are two young students on their first day of secondary school. There is also a video and extra worksheets to complete the lesson!
  • Intermediate short stories (level A2-B1): These are short short stories that are set in Africa. They are relatively easy to read. Each story comes with a Reading Comprehension worksheet and a Vocabulary worksheet. Enjoy!
  • Don’t Go There: This is a heartbreaking story about two women whose lives are about to change in a way that they have never imagined before. It is also a story of tough decisions and haunting memories. You can study different types of Modal Verbs and the Imperative Form with this text.

#4: More vocabulary worksheets!

Adjectives for Describing Africa, Learn English With Africa, December 2016

#5: Inspiring stories from the African continent

William Kamkwamba: The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind-Learn English With Africa, November 2015-English worksheets

#6: More resources!

The Imperative Form (The Imperative Mood)-Learn English With Africa, October 2016-English worksheets

  • Worksheets: You will find many worksheets on this page: Grammar, Vocabulary and Short Stories.
  • Stories: You will read interesting and inspiring stories about Africa on this page.
  • Podcasts: This diverse audio and video material will help you with your learning at all stages.

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