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Basic Listening Quizzes

Hobbies

I. Pre-Listening Exercises

Outside of school and work, many people enjoy spending their free time on their hobbies or other recreation activities. Hobbies can provide ways to develop our talents, relieve stress, and even get exercise.

SAMPLE SENTENCES:

What do you do in your free time?
>> I like to go jogging.
Do you have any […]

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Family Relationships

I. Pre-Listening Exercises

People can get to know each other better if they can talk about their families, jobs, hometowns, and even their hobbies. Think of three questions (and possible answers) you might ask someone about his or her family before you do the listening activity (for example, “How many sisters […]

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Directions Around Town (2)

I. Pre-Listening Exercises

Travel and sightseeing are always fun, but if you find yourself lost in a new city on vacation, you will probably have to ask for directions. Understanding directions is a big part of this. Look at the expressions below and be sure to understand the meaning of the places […]

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Clothing and Fashion

I. Pre-Listening Exercises

Shopping for new clothes and the latest fashions is often important to people because they want to look nice, and now, people can shop for clothes online from the comfort of their own homes. Dresses, shirts, coats, shoes. Buying almost anything is possible. Here are some verbs to […]

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Telling Time

I. Pre-Listening Exercises

Telling time is a part of our everyday lives, from opening and closing hours of stores to office schedules and doctor appointments. This activity will help you learn to tell time and understand it in different situations.

SAMPLE SENTENCES:

What are your office hours?
>> We’re open from nine to five. […]

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Shopping and Prices

I. Pre-Listening Exercises

Shopping is much easier when you understand prices and the money system of the country where you live. This listening activity will help you understand dollars and cents in the United States.

SAMPLE SENTENCES:

The shirt costs five dollars and eighty cents ($5.80).
The DVD is on sale for five eighty ($5.80).
Your […]

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Names: Meeting People

I. Pre-Listening Exercises

It is easy to meet and make friends if you understand, and use, their names. Listen and repeat some popular boy and girl names:

Boys Names: Aaron, Adam, Andrew, Brandon, Brian, Chad, Charles, Christopher, Daniel, David, Derek, Dustin, Eric, Jacob, John, Joseph, Joshua, Justin, Kevin, Mark, Matthew, Michael, Nathan, […]

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Introductions and Small Talk

I. Pre-Listening Exercises

Striking up (=starting) conversations and keeping them going is really important to good communication. Think of three questions you might ask a stranger when meeting for the first time. Remember that the questions you ask might depend on the situation.

SAMPLE SENTENCES:

So, where do you live?
>> I live in an […]

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Directions Around Town (1)

I. Pre-Listening Exercises

Whether you are on a sightseeing trip through Europe or backpacking in Australia, finding your way around the city while on vacation can be difficult unless you know what to say. Understanding directions is a big part of this. Look at the expressions below and be sure to […]

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Conversation Starters

I. Pre-Listening Exercises

Learning how to say hello (starting a conversation) and ending a conversation smoothly are very important to making friends. Use this listening activity to help you know what to say at the right time.

SAMPLE SENTENCES:

Nice weather, isn’t it?
>> Yeah, it sure is.
So, how’s your brother doing?
>> He’s doing okay.
Well, […]

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