It is important to be able to understand work vocabulary, and this ESL work listening page will help you understand it when it is being spoken and you need to listen to it. Use the tasks on this page to get used to listening to the spoken vocabulary.
This page has a range of listening tasks for you to do. In each of them you will need to listen to a recording and then either answer some questions or write something. The recordings are of a native English speaker so you can learn to listen to a voice similar to that you would hear when in another country. If you need any help you can go to the ESL work vocabulary page where there is a recording of the vocabulary list also being spoken by a native English speaker.
The 4 exercises are as follows:
For this ESL work listening exercise you need to listen to the following recording that has 5 groups of words with each group made up of 5 words. You need to decide which option (A-D) in each question has the words in the same order as in the recording. When you have finished you can click the get score button to see how many you got right.
In this ESL work listening task you need to listen to the spoken definitions in the following recording and then decide which word (A-D) in each question matches the definition. To see the correct answers and your score just click the get score button.
This ESL work listening task is a comprehension activity in which you need to listen to the spoken passage in the following recording and then answer the 5 following questions. Listen to the passage a few times if you need to. Then use the get score button to see how many answers you got correct.
At the end of this page there is a link for you to use that will show you a transcript of the passage so you can use it to make sure you understood it properly.
For this ESL work listening task you need to listen to the following recording and then write down exactly what is said. You can listen several times. The recording has the passage spoken twice: the first time at a slow speed and the second time with pauses after every few words and the punctuation included.
At the end of the page there is a link to click that will show you the full text so you can check your answer.