This exercise practises listening for simple factual information
This activity helps you practice using words to do with time and place
Practice listening with this activity about bank accounts
Can you identify what is really being said in this listening activity?
Listen to people talking and answer questions about their conversation
Can you understand the general idea in these voicemail messages?
Identify the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables
Can you tell the difference between UK and US English?
Listen to an interview and answer some questions
Answer some questions about how people are feeling
Try out a number of activities that will teach you words related to how food tastes
Listen to Amir talking about his trip and answer some questions
Learn how intonation can affect the meaning of certain words
Learn about different exclamations
Listen to descriptions of people and choose the right picture
Listen out for the different vowel sounds
Learn about word stress in short words
Try some more activities about word stress in short words
Try some activities about word stress in three-syllable words
Listen to some descriptions of products and identify them using context clues
Listen to someone talking about dining at a restaurant and answer some questions
Identify the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in these long words
Test whether you can hear unstressed words in the middle of a sentence
Match two halves of a sentence together
Read these phrases about decision making and see if you can understand their meaning
Listen to a voicemail and answer some questions
Listen to a voicemail and pick out the main ideas and details
This exercise will help you with similar but different sounds
Can you hear the difference between these sounds?
Choose the correct word to complete the conversations
Choose whether some sentences are more common in spoken or written English
Identify some elements of spoken English