This page has ESL pets listening exercises that you can use to get better at understanding and listening to spoken English vocabulary about pets.
There are four exercises for you to try as follows:
If you need any help understanding the vocabulary used in these pets listening exercises then go to the ESL pets vocabulary page. That page also has a recording of the vocabulary spoken by a native speaker that you can listen to so you are familiar with the pronunciation. Possibly listen to the spoken vocabulary while also looking at the flashcards. This will be a good way to learn the vocabulary before doing the exercises on this page.
In the first ESL pets listening exercise you need to listen to the recoding of five sets of words with five words in each set and then decide which option (A-D) has the same order in the following questions. Try to answer the questions after listening to the recording only once or twice, but if you need to listen more that is ok.
In this exercise the recording has the definition of five words recorded. You need to choose the correct word (options A-D) in each of the five questions that matches the spoken definition.
Listen to the following passage about pets and then answer the five questions that follow it.
At the end of this page there is a link to click that will show the text of the passage so you can check your understanding.
In this pets listening exercise you have to listen to the following passage and write it down. The passage is spoken twice in the recording. The first time at a slow speaking speed and for the second with pauses after every few words and the punctuation spoken.
Once you have finished the dictation exercise you can go to the bottom of the page where there is a link to show the text of the passage so you can check your answer.