Colleen's Day


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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 did the speaker eat for breakfast?
What did the speaker do at about noon?
She had lunch.
She studied.
She ate pasta.
She went shopping.
Where did the speaker go last night?
She went to a party.
She went to class.
She visited a friend.
She stayed home.
What is this talk about?
What the speaker likes to do
The speaker's favorite foods
What the speaker did yesterday
The speaker's friend
Hi, my name is Colleen. 
And I'm going to tell you about what I did yesterday. 
When I woke up in the morning, I had a bowl of cereal. Then I did then I... Then I went to class. 
About noon my friend and I went shopping. 
And after that we went out to a late lunch
I ordered a salad, and my friend had a cheeseburger
Then I came home and did some studying. 
I had, some pasta for dinner
And then I went to a party last night, and had a lot of fun. 
And that was yesterday.