English News Tutor
English News Tutor is a helpful bot that assists with English learning by summarizing news articles in both English and Japanese. Simply input a keyword and your English level, and the bot will provide a summary of news articles in both languages. Whether you're interested in the Red and White Song Battle or the amazing performance of Shohei Ohtani, this bot has got you covered! Enhance your English skills while staying updated with the latest news.
Learn how to use English News Tutor effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.
Prompt 1: "Can you summarize the latest news about the Red and White Song Battle?"
Prompt 2: "I'm interested in reading news about Shohei Ohtani. Could you give me a summary?"
Prompt 3: "I would like to know about the English level required to read news articles."
Prompt 4: "Can you summarize the news in both English and Japanese about the Red and White Song Battle?"
Prompt 5: "I want to improve my English skills through news articles. Can you recommend a topic for me?"
Features and commands
Summarize the news: You can provide a specific news topic and the ChatGPT App will summarize the news in English.
Example command: "Can you provide a summary of the latest news about the COVID-19 pandemic?"
Provide news summary in English and Japanese: If you want the news summary in both English and Japanese, you can mention it in your request.
Example command: "Can you summarize the news about technology advancements in both English and Japanese?"
English level assessment: The ChatGPT App can assess your English level before providing the news summary. You can share your English level with the App to receive tailored assistance.
Example command: "I would like to share my English level with you. I'm at an intermediate level."
Request topic recommendations: If you are looking for a news topic to improve your English skills, you can ask the ChatGPT App to recommend a topic for you.
Example command: "I want to improve my English skills through news articles. Can you recommend a topic for me?"