Build your own English reading comprehension skills with these exercises, vocabulary lists, and follow-up quizzes, plus tips and strategies for teachers who want to deploy these resources in the classroom.
Intermediate level English for Medical Purposes dialogue for in-class use and reading comprehension practice focusing on a physical examination.
Learn how to ask for help with this intermediate level English conversation between a doctor and a patient on joint pain, including a knowledge check.
The French language has had an enormous influence on English. Here, briefly, is the intertwined history of the people and their languages.
Business English dialogue focusing on dentistry with follow up multiple choice questions for in-class use and reading comprehension practice.
Interested in studying medicine? Learn about the four medical schools in Tennessee, their strengths, requirements, and opportunities.
If you want to major in English, learn about the courses you'll take and the job opportunities you'll have.
The English language developed in Europe in the middle ages and was named after a Germanic tribe, the Angles, that migrated to England.
This Mandarin Chinese vocabulary list covers common medical terms that might be used when seeing a doctor.
Use this German-English glossary to familiarize yourself with common German abbreviations. Review them and compare them to their English counterparts.
Use this dialogue between a dental receptionist and a patient to practice speaking English at a dentist's office for English learners and students.