So what should you do now?

I have divided the stories into three main groups: Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced. Simply choose a story and try reading it. Start easy. If you find a lot of new words that you don't know, try an easier story.

Each story has activities to teach vocabulary, as well as the story itself. You can start with becoming familiar with the new vocabulary, and then read the story. But if you prefer to start with the story, you can go over the vocabulary after reading. Several stories have a Self Study - this is a great tool for you. The Self Study gives you examples using the new words. You can use the sentences to guess the meaning of the new words. This is faster and more useful than using a dictionary. I recommend that you read the stories more than once. The more you read, the better you will remember the words and phrases and how to use them.

Try to learn the vocabulary from each story. The stories build from easier to harder. Harder stories will repeat words from the easier stories as well as use additional vocabulary. However, you don't have to read the stories in the order I have put them. You can read them in any order you want. All of the stories will help you better understand the others.

Beginning Stories

Intermediate Stories

Advanced Stories

Facebook Twitter email

Starting Off

Fun Extras

More Info

Teachers' Lounge

"You live a new life for every new language you speak."

- Czech Proverb

Do you want to help translate these stories into other languages? Visit our Story Translation Project