LISTENING COMPREHENSION. LISTENING. Free public domain audiobooks. BBC Ideas: Short films and videos for curious minds. One-minute World News. Learn British English with Luke Thompson. Inglés en Avilés: LISTENING B2. Páginas Click HERE to listen to some advice on how to learn to listen. 1.
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This page will help you practise for the Cambridge First and PTE exams Education Listen to a radio show about the value of a university education. Choose the statement that best represents the opinions of the callers. Accommodation Listen to a news report about eco-homes. Choose the correct answer. Leisure Listen to a lecture about the History of Leisure in twentieth century America. Tourism A teacher is giving a lesson on the effects of tourism.
Travel Listen to the traffic report. Health Listen to an interview with a health worker about vaccination programmes in less economically developed countries. The Environment Listen to a radio programme in which a presenter is talking to a forester about moths. Describing places Listen to a radio journalist describing the Champs-Elysees in Paris. Advertisements. Spotlight English. ReadListenLearn.
ELT Listening Material – Nathan Hall. Here is a regularly updated collection of authentic and adapted listening material that could be used in an English language classroom or my students for extensive listening.
Click on the title of the website to go to that page, or click on the ‘More Information’ link to get a summary of information on length, accents, transcripts, and more. If you find any links that do not work, please let me know. Also, if you have anything to add to this list, please share it with my using the contact page on this website or send me a message on Twitter (@nathanghall) and I will make sure to give you credit. = Adapted for those who speak English as an additional language Conversational The Listening Project: A BBC weekly podcast from the daily radio program of the same name.
StoryCorps: A radio program from NPR. ELLLO: Short semi-scripted conversations on various topics. New Dubliners: Interviews with immigrants to Ireland. BBC – Great Lives: Discussions on important people from history. Stories. Independent English. Podcast (noun)a recording of a radio broadcast or a video that can be taken from the InternetTo listen to the podcast, click on the link below.I download podcasts of radio shows and listen to them in the car.
[Definition from the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary] Although the word podcast was originally taken from ‘iPod’ and ‘broadcast’, you don’t need an iPod to listen to one. In fact, you don’t even need an mp3 player; a computer with internet access is enough. They are freely available from a wide variety of sources, some designed for native speakers and others for language learners. Why should I use podcasts? This American Life. ESL Listening - Listening lessons for ESL students with audio files.
BBC Radio 4 - Word of Mouth - Downloads. BBC Radio 4 - Today - Clips. Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab - For English as a Second Language. Listen A Minute: Easier English Listening and Activities. Elementary Podcasts. Elementary podcasts. Listening Comprehension, Listening that sparks learning. English Across the PondEnglish Across The Pond Podcast.