Increase your English vocabulary and work on your listening skills by listening to our short discussion about the London Olympics. Today, English student Zsuzsanna turns the tables and asks Bren Brennan, the English teacher the questions.
Improve listening skills with this free podcast. Learn new English vocabulary and common phrases in short discussion about Olympics and sporting achievement
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Hear what our English language podcasters have to say about the Olympic swimming scandal. Was it a fantastic performance or doping? Listening skills improvement with British English
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This is English conversation as it really happens in the UK - totally natural and not simplified, changed or made artificial to help English students.
This is not the kind of recording that you get in an English textbook (actors reading artificially from a script in an unnatural way).
You can listen to English as if you were living in England and were having a conversation with friends that are native speakers of English.
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Here's another competition to win 2 more excellent, self-study IELTS textbooks from Harper Collins. You can get free IELTS Listening & Speaking self-study material to aid your study and improve your IELTS band score. The winner of the last IELTS competition was Anna Polanska, from Poland. Well done, Anna! She won Writing for IELTS and Reading for IELTS.
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An inspirational speech on video plus the entire transcript from the Apple legend. Use as an English listening exercise.
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There are 3 different ways to say -ed endings. The news about David Beckham's new baby gives us lots of chance to practise saying -ed.
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What is in the IELTS listening and tips to do better at it
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What do you think of Halloween and trick or treating? Do you agree with the speaker that it is an unwelcome addition from American culture?
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Barney talks about the difficulties in understanding spoken English
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Listen and watch as Barney talks about his area of town, interviews a neighbour and shows us something unexpected about both the area and himself.