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Listening

Listening is probably the most difficult skill to develop, mainly because we have to follow the rhythm of the speakers without the possibility of going back.

However, practice makes perfect (or so the English say!): what really matters is that you practise regularly.

Below you have some websites for online practice, classified into different categories. I hoe you find them useful! :)

GENERAL
  • Agendaweb: Advanced level. You can choose the type of exercise you want to do (multiple choice or fill-in the gaps), and you can also have the complete transcription to check afterwards.

VIDEOS

  • ESL Basics: free English videos for both students and teachers.
  • Elllo.org: video lessons about everyday topics and life.
  • Consulting videos: extremely interesting videos on business and consulting issues. Upper-intermediate to Advanced.

FILMS
  • Cuevana 2: check this entry to know how it works.

PODCASTS

What are podcasts and how to download them using iTunes.

Click here for 225 BBC recommended podcasts for Advanced learners.

NEWS

SONGS
  • Subinglés: musical videos with lyrics. Click here to know how it works.
  • Lyrics Gaps: a very updated website to listen to songs and fill in the missing gaps.

DICTATIONS

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