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LISTENING PRACTICE

 

Listening comprehension requires not only vocabulary and grammar skills but analytical and cultural abilities. This exercise asks you to determine the most appropriate answer for each question you hear. Place the cursor over LISTEN below.  After you hear the question, click on the best possible answer.   To read the question, click the Peek button.  Scroll down for the next question.

1) LISTEN 

Yes, I can.
Of course not.
Because I have to.
I'd rather not.


2) LISTEN  
I'm afraid not.
Yes, they are very nice.
No, thank you.
I hope so.


3) LISTEN   
I bought it yesterday.
As soon as I finish this note.
It wasn't expensive.
I'd be happy to.

4) LISTEN 
I feel OK.
I think you are right.
Yes, it was very funny.
I have too much homework tonight.


5) LISTEN  
Until tomorrow.
So long, see you tomorrow.
I got here yesterday.
Today is Wednesday.

6) LISTEN  
I've been here for two hours.
It usually takes about an hour.
In about half an hour.
This team started playing here last year.


7) LISTEN  
I've been here once before.
We'll be there in about ten minutes.
We used to come here often
It's just the two of us.

8) LISTEN  
Yes, I know.
Not yet.
Please do.
Most of the time.


9) LISTEN  
I haven't talked to her yet.
She isn't able to talk to you now.
I'll tell you what she said.
I have to tell her now.


10) LISTEN  
Thank you for helping.
Do you know where the bus stop is?
I'm sorry, I don't have time now.
It doesn't help me.