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Read texts with a UK focus. Learn about UK culture and practise your reading at the same time.
What do you know about Hanukkah? Find out how the Jewish Festival of Lights is celebrated in the UK.
Have a good look around you this November. Do you notice that more men have moustaches? It may be because it's Movember! Read more about this unusual charity event here.
What do you know about Diwali? It's one of the biggest events in the Indian calendar. And that means big celebrations in multicultural cities in Britain, too. Find out all about the festival and how it is celebrated in Britain.
Ramadan is the Muslim holy month. So, what goes on during Ramadan and what does it mean? Young Muslims from the UK tell us why Ramadan is important to them.
How much do you love your mobile phone? Could you live without it? Find out what British teenagers, parents and teachers say about the subject!
Big dresses, huge cars, smart suits and lots of fun ... What exactly is a school prom and how is it taking over from the school disco?
Do people have lots of holidays where you live? Where do they go and what do they do? Read more to find out about holidays in the UK!
It is the most famous sporting competition in the UK and football's oldest competition. It's watched by millions of people. Read more to understand Britain's obsession with the FA Cup final.
Are you good with money? Read the text to find out about British teenagers and their cash!
There are so many ways to discover, buy and listen to music. What's the best way? Read more to find out about the exciting music culture in the UK!
Do you have your lunch at school or do you go home for lunch? School dinners (lunch is also called dinner!) is a hot topic in the UK. Find out why in this article.
In the UK, schools close for about two weeks at Easter time. Read on to find out more about how Easter is celebrated in Britain.
Mmm ... do you fancy a tasty bag of crisps? Or how about a yummy chocolate bar? British people love their snacks. Find out more about some popular British snacks. Don't read if you're hungry!
Wearing a red nose for a day may seem like a strange way to raise money for charity. However, it seems to work in Britain.
Dragon dances, acrobats, fireworks, a parade ... London is buzzing with excitement at Chinese New Year. Find out what you can do to join in the excitement!
There is graffiti in almost every city in the world. Read this article to learn more about Britain's most famous graffiti artist.
Do you want to know what people do on the biggest party night in the UK? Read on to find out.