LISTENING PRACTICE FOR LEVELS A1-A2-B1-B2 (and even C1)

Many of you have difficulty with GAP-FILLING exercises. The BRITISH COUNCIL has a fabulous page of listening activities. They are supposed to be for teenagers, but I think they are great for adults, too. Most of the audios have a gap-filling activity, so NO EXCUSES – GET PRACTISING!!!  CLICK ON THE IMAGE BELOW TO GO TO THE WEBSITE AND CHOOSE YOUR LEVEL.

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LEARN ENGLISH through TV SERIES…

I know many of you are hooked on TV series, but have difficulty choosing which ones to watch in English according to your level.

Here is a classification of some of the most popular series.

You can find more information about series with different accents and so on HERE

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1A2 – MODULE 1 – SHOPPING

WATCH THIS SCENE FROM “PRETTY WOMAN”

pretty woman

NOW WATCH THE VIDEO AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS

SCENE 1 What is the man looking for?

How much is the shirt?

How much are the pants (trousers)?

SCENE 2 How much is the first dress?

How much is the second dress?

Does she want something more formal?

CLOTHES VOCABULARY

(Remember: pants (American English) = trousers (British English)

 

1A2 – MODULE 1 – DICTATION – FRANK’S DAY

CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO GO TO THE ACTIVITY

DAILY ROUTINESWHEN YOU FINISH YOU CAN CHECK THE TEXT HERE. CLICK ON THE IMAGE

dictation frank's day

1A2 – MODULE 1 – “PLEASE DON’T GO” (KC and the Sunshine Band)

A SONG FOR YOU TO SING IN THE SHOWER!

2A2 – MODULE 3 – GOING TO FUTURE – SONGS

LENNON/McCARTNEY – YOU’RE GONNA LOSE THAT GIRL

CLICK HERE

JAMIE CULLUM – NEXT YEAR

CLICK HERE

ORORO….

Have you tried ORORO TV?

ororo tv

A fabulous website with dozens of online series and films with subtitles. FREE!!! NO WAITING!!!

And a great feature is that if you hold the mouse over any word you don’t understand, you’ll see the translation.

click on this image to go there…
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