ESL Resources for Students & Teachers - Simple English News

2011

 

Christmas

The Cost of Spam

The PIIGS

The Children’s Railway of Budapest

Simple English News Visits Zvolenska Slatina, Slovakia

Fighting in Ice Hockey

Live Longer; Get a Cat

5 Great Apps for Learning English

November 29 Is Pay a Blogger Day

A Man Falls Asleep After Breaking Into a Pub

Promotion and Relegation

Simple English News in the Classroom

The BRIC Countries

£250,000 for the Best Strategy to Exit the Euro

Collecting Stock and Bond Certificates

‘Barack’ Toilet Paper Is Not What You May Think

Doing Well in Hard Times

Making Calls on the Internet

Online Dating

Book Your Flight into Space

Can You Help Simple English News?

The Social Network for Businesspeople

The City of Brides

Gaming Goes Mobile

Saving Money on Heating and Electricity

Tesla Motors

Christmas Gift Ideas

A Memorable Quote from Steve Jobs

Exercising in Winter

Win a Free Trip to Japan

Foods That Fight Colds

The Best Spa in the World

Amazon’s Answer to the iPad

Sam the Cat Finds a Home

Adopt Pets, Don’t Buy Them

Strong Yen Keeps Travel Agents Happy

Japanologist Will Receive Citizenship

The Seventh Hole at Satsuki

Spotlight on Brazil: The Brazilian Economy

Spotlight on Brazil: Japanese Brazilians

Spotlight on Brazil: The World Cup and the Olympics

The Japanese Yen

A Unique Film Promotion

Japan’s Multilingual Unicyclist

Mobile Phone Novels

The Largest Newspapers Are in Japan

The Japanese Work Ethic

The Green Economy

The Art of the Press Release

The World Is Going App*

Writing a Résumé

A Little Bit of Slovakia in London

Catching Baseballs for a Living

The Pet Industry

Which Country Will Leave the Euro First?

Dressing Well for Less, Much Less

Communist Memorabilia

Chasing Madoff

Hungary’s Sugar Problem

Cucumber Season

Real Estate in Vancouver

Twitter Hashtags: A New Form of Marketing

Wines from the Walla Walla Valley

Starting a Business Today

Learning Can Be Fun

Tokyo Is the World’s Most Expensive City

Moneyball

The Dangers of Debt

Unpaid Internships

America’s Toughest Jobs

The Shop Where It Is Christmas All Year

Should You Own or Rent a Home?

The Buy Local Movement

Being Your Own Boss

Old Spice Guy

The Japanese Example

A Green Trabant

Summer Jobs

An Easy Way to Record Skype Calls

In Memoriam: Dusan Klosel (1967 – 2011)

Subway Restaurants

The Apprentice

Canada Has Introduced a 100-Kilogram Coin

The World’s Richest Man

The Amero

An Interview with Charlie Boswell from AMD

Skype for Long Distance

New Apps for Learning English

Old Treats Return to Eastern Europe

Cheep, Chirp, Tweet

The Tech IPO Market Is Back

A City on a Ship

Social Networking Provides New Opportunities for Businesses

Travel Like a King to Europe on a Low Budget

The Key to Success: Positive Thinking

A Wonderful Job

The Next Big Idea

The Rich Are Getting Richer

Buying and Selling Stocks Online

When Products Become Words

Will the Gauswheel Be the Next ‘Must-Have’ Youth Product?

Has Slovakia Found the Solution for the Newspaper Business?

Do You Want to Own a Castle?

Gold and Silver

Finding a Better Job

The Monaco Grand Prix

A Company Is Still Making Barcodes by Hand

The Salt Spring Dollar

Is This the End of the Dollar?

An Open-Source Automobile

Food Prices Rise Sharply

Is Now the Time to Start a Business?

From Garage to Industry Leader

All Seats at El Bulli Are Reserved

Who Will Make Kate’s Dress?

Coke’s Recipe

Search Engine Optimization

Microsoft and Nokia Will Work Together

Recipe: Onion Flowers

February 14 Is Valentine’s Day

Images of the Earth from the Moon

European Airlines Publish Inaccurate Prices

Snoring and the Heart

See the World; Bring Your Baseball Glove

Braille Book Goes on Sale Before Print Copy

Where Are They Now?

Blogs Are Getting Smaller

The World’s Most Popular Sport

How to Get Kids to Like Broccoli

Jail for Using a Mobile While Driving

Sarkozy Gets a Marriage Offer

Cod Liver Oil May Stop Depression

The Soccer Team Wins; The Tragedy Continues

Dinosaur Bones Have Been Found in China

Bush’s Job Approval Has Fallen To 29 Percent