Micro-listening #11

by | Last updated Apr 19, 2019 | Dictation | 5 comments

Micro-listening #11

by | Last updated Apr 19, 2019 | Dictation | 5 comments

Micro-listenings are quick dictations and drills to help you develop your listening skills.

Listen as many times as you need to, and try to fill in as many gaps as you can.

Micro-listenings are quick dictations and drills to help you develop your listening skills.

 

Listen as many times as you need to, and try to fill in as many gaps as you can.

Source

This clip is from an episode of the TED Radio Hour podcast. This is a great podcast which looks in more detail at well known (and not so well known) TED Talks. This episode looks at whether humans naturally want to help others. Photo by youssef naddam on Unsplash

Accent

Australian

Information

For context - the audience has just seen a clip of someone who needed help being ignored by passers-by (people walking past at the time of the incident).

P

More exercises

P

More exercises

5
Practise new language, and feel free to ask any questions!

avatar
2 Comment threads
3 Thread replies
1 Followers
 
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
3 Comment authors
GustavoChrisMarisela Recent comment authors
  Subscribe  
Notify of
Marisela
Member
Marisela

Nice explanation and video. If I had got the opportunity to explain the third conditional, I couldn’t have been able to explain it easier than you’ve done. Good job.

Gustavo
Member
Gustavo

Some few days ago the leader of my team work fired three friends of mine but he had good reasons to do it, by the way I wouldn’t have done that, it was a quite radical decision. I think everyone deserves a second chance.

New! 25 essential idioms for Business English

Learn 25 useful idioms and expressions for professional and business contexts with this micro-listening course.

Access 75 micro-dictations in 5 different accents to improve your listening while learning new vocabulary.

Learn more
P

More exercises

Stay updated!

Receive updates on new exercises, plus get tips and advice from Chris to help you improve your English!

Thank you! Now please check your email for the confirmation link.

Share
Tweet
Pin
WhatsApp
Email