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Free IELTS Listening tests - IELTS-up

Free IELTS Listening tests - IELTS-up
Here you can find full IELTS Listening Tests and answers to them. All tests are constantly being renewed and correspond to the real exam sections. To get your IELTS Listening score calculated, just follow this procedure: Choose one of the tests below and click on the first section of it. Play the audio and answer the questions. After you finish the section, press "check" and you will see the correct and wrong answers, and get your result. Learn more about IELTS Listening test IELTS Listening test 1 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 2 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 3 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 4 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 5 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 6 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 7 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 8 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 9 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 10 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 11 (40 questions)

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Ereading Worksheets The term sentence structure refers to the conventions governing the construction of sentences. These rules may vary across languages and regions; this page is specifically concerned with the rules governing sentence construction or structure in standard English. What Is a Sentence? A sentence is a subject and a predicate working together to convey meaning. That is to say, every sentence contains something (a person, place, thing, or idea) and that thing must act in some way (even if the action is merely existing). Randall's Video Snapshots: For ESL/EFL Students The movie clips called Video Snapshots are designed to provide additional learning content related to other listening activities on my site. To learn more about this project, read the Frequently Asked Questions below: Current Videos (Click the picture to watch the video - Click the link below the picture to visit a related listening activity). You can also search by title below: Why did you create this section of your Website?

English Listening - Listening lessons ESL students with audio files and fun questions Basic Listening Lessons Listen to inspirational quotes from famous people while improving your English listening. Answer the question to make sure you understand what you hear. Level: Beginner# of Lessons: 30Suggestion: 3 min per lessonCost: FREE Man eats iron nails Meet Long Yunsheng, a man from China with a penchant for iron nails. Apart from Long doesn't collect the iron nails, he eats them. Yes, you heard correctly.

Life aboard a pirate ship - Q-files Encyclopedia The pirate code Before they could join a pirate band, new recruits had to promise to follow a strict code of conduct. This included fighting bravely in battle and keeping weapons in good working order. There were penalties for disobeying these rules.

ESL Listening Comprehension Exercises: Movie clips to practice English SECTION 1: Movie Clips Learning through media (movies, music, etc.) is one of the best ways to learn a new language. The exercises below use movie clips to help you to better understand spoken English. The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe Today we present the short story "The Tell-Tale Heart" by Edgar Allan Poe. Here is Shep O'Neal with the story.

Dragons in New York The world’s largest lizard species returns to New York’s Bronx Zoo where an exhibit called “Amazing Monitors” opens on Saturday. The zoo’s three Komodo dragons, two female and one male, will roam through the indoor space throughout the day, one at a time. The trio is still just teenagers and are just over five feet long (1.5 metres). Cooking in Britain Today Introduction This lesson consists of a series of activities to help students talk about food and cooking. The main focus of the lesson is a text based on a recent survey in the UK indicating that British people are becoming more adventurous and experimental in their cooking and eating habits due to the growing popularity of cooking programmes.

“You’re Lying”: a Game to Practise Present Perfect Simple and Past Simple Today I’m really happy to introduce a guest writer to you. Angeles Jimenez is a friend and fellow teacher from EOI Oviedo and, in this blog post, she will be sharing with us an excellent communicative game to consolidate the use of present perfect simple and past simple. Ready for a lot of fun! Teach English With This Week in History This Week in History is a fun and interesting reading that is updated every Monday at English Club. You will find it from the English Club homepage. ESL learners can read about a different event that occured in history each week. These short readings can also be printed out and used to inspire a wide range of activities in the ESL classroom. Below you will see one example of "This Week in History", along with a number of ideas on how to use this resource as a basis for various games and skill-building lessons.

Standardized Tests 14 September, 2014 Photo Credit: Alberto G., via Flickr Voice 1 Welcome to Spotlight. I’m Ryan Geertsma.

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