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oCoder Education - English listening Audios are suitable for learners with different levels of English. Here are some ways to make them easier (if you have a lower level of English) or more difficult (if you have a higher level of English).
You can choose one or two of these suggestions – you don't have to follow all of them!

Making it easier

Read all the exercises before you listen to the audio.
Look up the words in the exercises that you don't know or don't understand in a dictionary.
Play the audio as many times as you need.
Play each part of the audio separately.
Answer all questions in the exercise.
Read the transcript after you have listened to the audio.

Making it harder

Listen to the audio before you read the exercises.
Only play the audio once before answering the questions.
Play the whole audio without a break.
Don't read the transcript.
Now, listen to the audio and do the exercises on the following tabs.
If you do not complete all the question, you can play the audio again. After that, read the dialog to make sure that you understand all word in the audio.
What hours does the speaker work on Monday?
7 AM to 12 PM
8:15 AM to 5 PM
Noon to 6 PM
5 PM to 9 PM
On which two days does the speaker have the same schedule?
Tuesday and Thursday
Wednesday and Thursday
Monday and Tuesday
Thursday and Friday
What is the main purpose of the speaker's talk?
To discuss the importance of the job
To describe a typical week at work
To explain the details of a day at work
To compare the work of doctors and dentists
What does the speaker think of her work?
It is difficult to describe her schedule.
She enjoys helping the patients.
She enjoys sleeping late every morning.
It is too complicated to remember.
My daily schedule as a dental hygienist is a little complicated.
That's because it's different everyday. Monday, I don't go into work until late in the afternoon.
So I have time to spend, most of the day, doing washing of clothes, shopping, and my banking.
I leave for work around four o'clock in the afternoon. I work from five to nine PM.
Tuesday, I wake up at six thirty AM and leave for work at seven thirty. My first patient is scheduled for eight fifteen.
Each patient is allotted forty-five minutes. Lunch break is twelve-thirty to one-thirty. I finish up at five PM and get home, at around six PM. Wednesday starts an hour earlier.
I wake up at five-thirty AM, leave for work at six-thirty, and see my first patient at seven AM, I also finish early on Wednesday, at twelve-noon.
Thursday is the same schedule as Tuesday... Getting up at six-thirty AM, leaving for work at seven-thirty, and seeing my first patient at eight-fifteen.
I get home about six PM in the evening. Friday is another early start.
I wake up at five-thirty AM, leave the house at six thirty and finish up my last patient at three o'clock in the afternoon.
I like to get finished early on Friday. That is a typical work week for me.