On this page there are ESL clothes listening exercise and tasks for you to do that will help you get better at using English. It is important to be able to understand spoken English when you visit an English speaking country.
This page has 4 exercises that you can do. In each of them you need to listen to clothes vocabulary being spoken by a native English speaker. You need to be able to understand each recording well enough to answer the questions. The 4 exercises are as follows:
If you need any help with the vocabulary used in these ESL clothes listening exercise you can go to the ESL clothes vocabulary page where there is a vocabulary list and recording of the vocabulary items being spoken and pronounced by a native speaker.
In this first ESL clothes listening exercise you need to identify the correct order of the words being spoken in the recording. There are 5 groups of words that go with questions 1 to 5 and in each question you need to decide which option (A-D) has the words in the same order as in the recording. When you have finished just click the get score button to see how you did.
The second ESL clothes listening task is about understanding a spoken definition. Listen to the recordings of the definition and decide which word (options A-D) in each question matches the spoken definition. Once you have finished click the button at the end to see the correct answers and your score.
In this exercise you need to listen to the recording of the passage being spoken and then answer the following 5 questions. Listen to the passage a few times if you need to. Once you have finished you can click the button to see your score.
At the end of the page there is a link to click that will reveal the text of the passage so you can read it and check your understanding of the whole passage.
For this ESL clothes listening activity you need to listen to the following recording and write it down exactly as it is. The recording has the passage spoken twice; the first time at a slow speaking speed and then with pauses after every few words and the punctuation spoken as well. Listen to the recording a few times if you need to. There is a link at the end of the page to reveal the text so you can compare what you wrote to the original.