This page has ESL weather listening exercises and tasks to give you some authentic examples of weather vocabulary being used in spoken material.
When you visit another country, most of the time you will need to be able to speak and listen. This page has four exercises to help you get better at listening to spoken weather vocabulary. The exercises are as follows:
If you need any help with the vocabulary you can go to the ESL weather vocabulary page that has a recording of all the weather vocabulary items being spoken by a native English speaker.
The first weather listening exercise on this page is one where you need to listen to the recording of five groups of words and decide which option (A-D) in the following questions has the words written in the same order as in the recording. Listen to the recording first, and then look at the questions while listening again and try to answer the questions.
The definitions of five words have been spoken and recorded so you can listen to them and decide which option (A-D) has the word that matches the definition given in the listening passage.
This ESL weather listening activity is a listening comprehension. You need to listen to the recorded passage below and then answer the five questions that follow it.
The text of the passage has been included at the end of the page so you can check your understanding with the actual passage. Just click the link to show the text.
Listen to the recording of the following dictation passage and write it down while listening. The passage is spoken twice. The first time at a slow speaking rate and then with long pauses after every few words as well as the punctuation being spoken. You can listen several times if you need to.
The text of the passage is included at the end of the page so you can check your answer. Just click the link to show the text.