As you are beginning to learn English literature you will need to become familiar with several different well known authors and classic English literature books. Finding easy versions of every day classics will help you read and understand the book and the related literature English grammar. Once you begin reading these interesting stories it will help you gain a better understanding of how English grammar is used in both every day life and literature.
One of the first authors that a new English speaker will learn about is Charles Dickens. Even if you have not read the story A Christmas Carol – you probably know the plot line from television or movies. Other English literature books you may want to read include Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll and even Shooting an Elephant by George Orwell. Once you have accomplished reading these types of English literature books you are well on your way to becoming fluent in the English language.
Another great skill you can practice with related literature and English grammar is oral reading. Listening to yourself read out loud these classic English literature stories will help not only your grammar reading skills but also pronunciation and vocabulary. Learning to read and write English grammar through related literature will help with reading comprehension and benefit the student overall.
Reading English literature will help you understand the language and grammar people use every day. You will probably want to begin by reading short stories like Jack London's Call of the Wild or Edgar Allan Poe's The Pit and the Pendulum. These are easy to read stories that also have a high level of interest and suspense. To develop a love for reading English literature books – you will need to find an area of interest and then find stories that will make you excited to practice your reading. You can find many lists specifically for ESL readers that may give you some choices to consider. Most of all – just have fun with English literature and learning grammar with real stories.