These ESL Halloween listening exercises on this page will help you learn vocabulary related to the Halloween celebration.
On the ESL Halloween vocabulary page there is a spoken list of the Halloween vocabulary so you can use that to learn how the words sound before starting the exercises on this page. There are 4 exercises for you to do on this page as follows:
Just scroll down the page to find the part that you want to do.
In this Halloween listening exercise you need to listen to the recording of 5 groups of 5 words each and then identify the correct option (A-D) from the following questions that has the words in the same order as in the recording. If you need to, listen to the recording several times.
This exercise has a recording of 5 definitions of words from the Halloween vocabulary list. You need to identify the option (A-D) in each question that matches the recorded definition.
In this ESL Halloween listening exercise you have to answer the following questions after listening to the recorded passage. The passage is about children going trick-or-treating at Halloween.
The text of the listening passage has been included at the end of this page (click on the link to show it) so you can see it and check that you were able to understand the listening properly.
This exercise has a recording of a passage and you need to write it down. The passage is about someone who is going to a Halloween party at the weekend and they describe what they are going to do. The recording has the passage read slowly and then after that the passage read for a second time, but this has plenty of pauses in it so you have time to write. Also the punctuation has been spoken.
The text of this passage is also included at the end of this page so you can check how well you did when doing the ESL Halloween listening dictation exercise. Just click on the link to show the text.