TOEFL® Listening : free practice exercises from Exam English Academic Listening Skills The Listening section measures test takers’ ability to understand spoken English from North America and other English-speaking countries. In academic environments students need to listen to lectures and conversations.
The ESL Commando: Best English Listening Websites Here is a quick run down of all of my favorite listening websites for English learners. Please be sure to check out my top ESL listening activities here on the ESL Commando too! Enjoy! ELLLO - English Listening Lab Online. Randall's Lab - Great Main Ideas and cloze exercisesLyrics Training - Learn English through songsESL Video - Learn English through TV and movie clips.Cambridge Arcade - Listening for details and discrete sounds.Many Things - Great for pronunciation and listening for vowels and consonants.Movie Segments for Warm Ups Follow Ups - Great classroom listening for a group.Movie Segments for Assessing Grammar Goals - Listening for grammar points in a classroom. Listen and Write - Full and Partial Cloze Exercises based on interviews, music, movies, etc.VOA Special English - Modified English Listening for different levels based on interesting news stories.BBC Learning English - A great resource with listening, grammar, pronunciation, and classroom exercises.
Pernilla's English Classroom: About Hi there! My name is Pernilla Elander Malmqvist and I'm a teacher of English and History with a huge interest in ICT (information and communication technology), MIL (media and information literacy), digital tools and bringing the world into the classroom. Through the years I've tried to bring down the walls in the classroom by making global connections for the students. Early on my students wrote hand-written letters and e-mails to students in New York State and the exchange lasted for a few years with the occasional treat being sent through the mail too. :) A few years back I went to the European parliament in Strasbourg, France with my students.
the bank robbery, ed Past Tense Pronunciation, regular verbs. Read the story and write the –ed ending to the following past tense regular verbs. Write /t/ , /d/ , /id/ when corresponds. The Bank Robbery. It was 80 degrees in the shade. A man wearing a heavy army jacket, a pullover wool cap, and dark sunglasses walked // into the First American Bank at the corner of Maple and Main streets in downtown Short Beach. The man walked// up to the teller and held up a hand grenade for all to see.
Listen to English - learn English! - The podcast website for people learning English A special steam train at Farringdon station, to celebrate 150 years of the London Underground. Photo by diamond geezer/flickr. Here in Britain, we have been celebrating a birthday. Grammar Rules: How to Sound Smarter Think you know how to talk real good? Test yourself: These grammar rules will surprise even the experts. Illustration by Timothy Goodman In this world of OMG and autocorrect, does grammar stand a chance? Below, our guide to the most confounding rules will restore your love of language. You never mean: preventative You always mean: preventive Why: Grammar sovereign H. Listening Listening Lessons Dogs, Dogs, Dogs - Idioms and phrases using the word 'Dog'. Get the phone!