Learn English with Short Stories: Science Fiction - Section 9

  • by Zhanna Hamilton
  • Narrated by Sam Scholl
  • 0 hrs and 57 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Learn English with Short Stories series does not need to be listened to in order, as all of the stories are independent from one another. This ninth section includes two thrilling science-fiction stories. Each unique story comes with highlighted vocabulary and definitions before and during the tale. This guide also offers two multiple-choice vocabulary exercises after each story, allowing you to practice your newly learned terms and idioms. It is suitable for intermediate to advanced English learners.
The Last Underwater City
As the earth's land becomes completely flooded, humans must find a way to live underwater. The last standing city that has managed to survive the floods and find shelter underwater is now being attacked by an intelligent - and deadly - alien species. Is the human race doomed to become a food source for these aliens? Join Brock, the captain leading his squadron into the depths of the ocean, as they find out exactly what they are up against.
The Invisible Scientist
Peter knows he was only a few formulas away from discovering the next big scientific breakthrough…how to become invisible. As he uncovers the ingredients for invisibility, his experiments take an unexpected turn, leaving Peter alone in a world where only his lab rat can see him.


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Makes you think about humanity

If you could sum up Learn English with Short Stories: Science Fiction - Section 9 in three words, what would they be?

This is great for English tutors who want teaching material during their lessons. English students can also use this by themselves. Some great stories here.

What other book might you compare Learn English with Short Stories: Science Fiction - Section 9 to and why?

I'd compare it to the other few science fiction sections in the "learn English with short stories series."

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I used these during a private English tutoring session. It took us two lessons to get through them. It led to some great discussions about humanity, morality and loneliness. My student was very happy with my teaching materials.

Any additional comments?

Great for English tutors and self-study for English learners.

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- Anandra

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-17-2013
  • Publisher: InspiredByEnglish.com