“Not only is reading newspaper or website articles important for being informed, but it can also help you improve your language skills.”

by ucclangcent

Salman

Salman from Saudi Arabia talks about how reading articles from newspapers, in your free time, can help you to improve your English.

Top German academics on Tuesday rushed to defend the country’s education minister, Annette Schavan, who has been accused of having plagiarized her Ph.D. thesis. The recent leaking of a report outlining her dissertation’s shortcomings is “scandalous” and “vexing,”.

I found this article interesting because of two reasons first of all ,its from Germane website ,and second of all  as far as I know in Germany the plagiarism is unusual especially if someone well known did it. this story just pop up last weekend and made worse is that the man  who plagiarized was the country’s education minister , Annette Schavan. 

I chose my website article because of my affection for plagiarism.

Not only is reading newspaper or website articles important for being informed, but it can also help you improve your language skills. By reading on a daily basis, you will learn a lot of new words without much effort. Furthermore , your “guessing” abilities will get better and better. Alongside  that, newspaper articles can be exploited for many exercises. For example is to predict the story by only looking at the headline. In consequence, it primes your ability to write in that you speculate about a “made up” story. It extends, in the same time, your  vocabulary will improve .basically you start make your own “dictionary”.by the way we should spend more time studying and looking for phrasal verbs.

CHECK OUT THE LINK BELOW

http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/top-academics-defend-german-minister-against-plagiarism-charge-a-861552.html

 

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