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Intermediate Listening

Intermediate Listening
Two friends meet after not seeing each other for a long time. Listen to the mp3 file and put the correct question in the spaces below. Then listen again to check. Use your mouse to drag the questions into the empty boxes! Right click here for the mp3 listening file. Where did Peter and Anna last see each other?

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Teenagers and UK culture Why bring UK culture to the teen classroom? We can introduce UK culture into the English classroom to help our students improve their English and at the same time learn about values and ways of doing things which may be different to theirs. Learning about life and culture in the UK can be very motivating as it brings the language alive for learners and creates a link between language and real life. See if you agree with these comments from teachers on teaching UK culture to their teenage learners:

Roar – Katy Perry – ESL lesson plan The song “Roar” perfectly fits the topic of gender roles/stereotypes, feminism. Besides, it’s a great source of idioms, set expressions and phrasal verbs. That’s how I would use it in class. 1. Tell the students that we’re going to study 7 new expressions (slides 2-4). Having introduced them, I’d ask some questions to use them in speech. IELTS listening sample test 1 from the British Council This is the first section of your Listening test. Listen to the audio and answer questions 1-10. Listen to the instructions for each part of this section carefully. Answer all the questions. You can download the questions for the entire Listening practice test from the Listening practice test 1 page. Alphabetical podcast channel list From this page you can display an alphabetical list of the podcast channels featured in our directory. Just select the appropriate link from the alphabet list. Podcasts listed in our directory are in the following formats: MP3, M4A, M4B, M4V, MOV and MP4.

I'll tell you a story - Audio Written by Anonymous "The Story of the Three Bears" (sometimes known as "The Three Bears", "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" or, simply, "Goldilocks") is a fairy talefirst recorded in narrative form by British author and poet Robert Southey, and first published anonymously in a volume of his writings in 1837. The same year, British writer George Nicol published a version in rhyme based upon Southey's prose tale, with Southey approving the attempt to bring the story more exposure. Both versions tell of three bears and an old woman who trespasses upon their property. "The Story of the Three Bears" was in circulation before the publication of Southey's 1837 version.

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