Category Archives: Listening (exam format)

Listening: people talking about changes in their lifestyles

People talking about changes in their lifestyles (multiple matching) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ukW8eCKjulU&index=4&list=PLCF1dW6rNPXUvOUU9-oiUckzvB2tcDTai Advertisements

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Tourism (listening)

An interesting listening on tourism with different speakers (multiple matching)

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Garden experts and guerrilla gardening

An interesting multiple choice listening with an interview with two gardening experts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obhXlHtw3Hk&index=3&list=PLCF1dW6rNPXXSWN-GiTCFSxeoWaMHdK0D How about some examples of guerrilla gardeners: How to green the world’s deserts and reverse climate change | Allan Savory. Slow, clear English:

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Celebrities and exotic food

What would you do when meeting a celebrity? Listen to some people talking about it. Would you invite them to have Thai food? Have you ever tried it? Read this text about this exotic cuisine and fill in the gaps.

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FORMS OF ENTERTAINMENT… Dancing!!

Feel like dancing? Listen to some people talking about how they feel when dancing. How long does it take to practise this listening? On the whole? Just 10 minutes!!      

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Certificate exam models (GVA)

You can download a complete exam from here. If that link does not work try this one.

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Listening (training courses) plus a cloze

Let’s spend 30 minutes practising for the test! First you can listen to some people talking about training courses (multiple matching listening) Now you can do a cloze (a text with gaps) based on recent events.

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