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.
Where did the speaker grow up?
What does the speaker do?
She works for a publishing company.
She works for a university.
She goes to graduate school.
She helps her parents.
What does the speaker want to do after about a year or so?
She wants to go to Bristol.
She wants to get a new job.
She wants to live with her parents.
She wants to go to graduate school.
What is the speaker's main purpose?
To describe her home
To discuss her daily life
To introduce herself
To tell about her family
My name is Debra Liese.
I am from Bristol Pennsylvania originally.
And right now, I'm living in Princeton, New Jersey.
I am twenty-three years old and... I come from a small family.
I have one sister and, i, lived at home with my sister and both of my parents until recently.
Right now I am working at a publishing company, and I plan to work there for, the rest of the year at least, or at least until I can pay my bills.
And, once I am finished doing that, I hope to go to onto a graduate school.
And I am hoping it won't take me more than about a year to get to that point.