English Listening Exercises Book: Listening Extra Book

English Listening Exercises Book Listening Extra Book - A Resource Book of Multi-level Skills Activities

English Listening Exercises Book: Listening Extra Book

This book provides original and stimulating listening practice across a range of levels and topics. The activities are designed around authentic scenarios and help students develop specific listening skills, such as listening for details, identifying emotions or listening for opinions.

The book is suitable for A2-B2 level students and is an ideal supplement in mixed ability as well as mixed level classes. Spiral binding maximises the longevity of the book and accompanying Audio CDs include recordings for all listening tasks from the book.

The recordings expose students to a variety of native and non-native accents and cover a range of genres from radio and television to academic lectures, presentations and conversational dialogues

Listening Extra Book Content

Contents

Unit 1               Personal information
Unit 2               The family
Unit 3               Daily activities
Unit 4               Homes
Unit 5               Town and country
Unit 6               Travel and tourism
Unit 7               Food and drink
Unit 8               Describing people
Unit 9               Describing things
Unit 10              Friends and relationships
Unit 11              Health and fitness
Unit 12              Leisure time
Unit 13              Education
Unit 14              The world of work
Unit 15              Money
Unit 16              Past experiences and stories
Unit 17              Science and technology
Unit 18              Social and environmental issues

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The recordings expose students to a variety of native and non-native accents and cover a range of genres from radio and television to academic lectures, presentations and conversational dialogues

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