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Reading classic literature is a great way to improve your English language skills. Not only will you be exposed to a wide range of vocabulary, but you'll also gain a deeper understanding of English culture and history. The Britlish Library offers a variety of activities that are designed to help students understand and appreciate classic literature in English. Whether you prefer to sit back and listen to an audiobook or dive into the text itself, these activities will provide a fun and engaging way to improve your listening and reading skills. So, if you're looking to take your English language skills to the next level, consider exploring the world of classic literature with the Britlish Library.

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The Bat and the Weasels

This lesson, The Bat and the Weasels, advises us to be clever enough to analyse a situation and adapt ourselve to it in the most advantageous way in order to survive, or briefly, to be adaptable if you want to survive. These phonetic Aesop English language lessons will help you to master the 44 British English IPA symbols, and hopefully learn some new vocabulary.

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The Dog and His Reflection

This lesson, The Dog and His Reflection, is a warning against greed and lack of thought. These phonetic Aesop English language lessons will help you to master the 44 British English IPA symbols, and hopefully learn some new vocabulary.

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Visited 18 hrs, 11 mins, 33 secs ago

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The Hare and the Tortoise

This lesson, The Hare and the Tortoise, is a message telling us that we need not always be rushing to get things done, as slow and steady often wins the race. These phonetic Aesop English language lessons will help you to master the 44 British English IPA symbols, and hopefully learn some new vocabulary.

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Visited 12 hrs, 25 mins, 40 secs ago

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The Dog in the Manger

This lesson, The Dog in the Manger, shows what can happen when we spitefully deprive others of something that we ourselves cannot or do not want to make use of. These phonetic Aesop English language lessons will help you to master the 44 British English IPA symbols, and hopefully learn some new vocabulary.

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Visited 13 hrs, 59 mins, 33 secs ago

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The Boy and the Hazelnuts

This lesson, The Boy and the Hazelnuts, warns us not to be too greedy or to try to do too much at one time. These Phonetic Aesop English language lessons will help you to master the 44 British English IPA symbols, and hopefully learn some new vocabulary.

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Visited 6 hrs, 35 mins, 2 secs ago

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