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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  
Sorry, I don't have any money with me.
That's good news.
No, thank you.
Movies are expensive in the US.

2) LISTEN   
Because I got here early.
In about fifteen minutes.
I usually arrive on time.
I have to go now, too.

3) LISTEN 
I can't afford a car now.
No, let's take a bus.
It runs very well..
It won't start.

4) LISTEN  
No, I'm too tired.
Yes, if you want me to.
It was easy.
Because it's interesting.

5) LISTEN  
As long as possible.
I will go home in April.
About three months.
Two months from now.

6) LISTEN  
The weather is all right.
I love to go swimming.
I've been here for more than an hour.
I don't have any money.

7) LISTEN  
It's a good idea.
Yes, I'm pretty sure.
No, it doesn't matter.
Not yet.

8) LISTEN  
Absolutely.
I hope so.
Usually.
Never.

9) LISTEN  
That's what he said.
Quite a bit.
I'm afraid so.
Not again!

10) LISTEN 
I think I can.
I read about it.
I need to know.
I found it very interesting.