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Here you have lots of online listening exercises. Just click on the links below and follow the instructions on each page.


1- Breaking up

Is it better to break up with someone or have them break up with you? Six people give their thoughts.

2- Team vs. Individual Sports

Santi and Todd debate team sports vs. individual sports.

3- Sports on TV

Marion and Todd discuss the various sports they like to watch on TV.

4- Super Bowl Sunday

Melissa and Todd talk about America's secret holiday.

5- More Sports

Santi and Todd talk about alternative sports..

6- Coasteering

Sharron talks about a new sport that is gaining popularity.

7- Aikido

Mark talks with Mike about how he got into the martial art of Aikido.

8- Ron's Favorite Foods

Ron talks about foods that he really loves to eat.

9- Net Ball

Naomi talks about one of her favorite sports.

10- Free Time

Naomi from Wales talks about her free time activities.

11- The Allure of Fishing

Darren tries to convince David why fishing is a fun sport.

12- Deforestation

David talks about deforestation and problems it creates.

13- Thai Tsunami

Tarta talks about her response to the 2004Tsunami.

14- Brothers

Ron talks about growing up with his two brothers.

15- Sisters

Santi talks about how her and her sister are always close.

16- Countryside is Great - Part 1

Britain's countryside is great, rich with lakes, mountains and monuments. Richard goes to the Lake District first, before crossing the border to Wales.

17- Countryside is Great - Part 2

Richard continues his exploration of Britain's great countryside. He sees the lakes and mountains of Scotland and two of the world's natural wonders: the Giant's Causeway in Ireland and the magnificent Durdle Door in Dorset.



They will help you improve your English by listening to real, authentic English


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