On this ESL baby listening page there are listing tasks for you to do so you can practice listening to spoken English. Trying to understand spoken English is often hard for English learners, and this page will help you practice doing this.
For each of the tasks on this page there is a recording of the baby vocabulary being used by a native English speaker. You need to listen to the recordings and then do the tasks. When you see the answers to the tasks you will then be able to see how well you understood the spoken English. You can listen to the recordings as many times as you need, until you are able to understand them. If you are not sure how any of the baby vocabulary should sound when being spoken you can go to the ESL baby vocabulary page that has a recording of a native English speaker pronouncing the words.
There are four ESL baby listening tasks on this page as follows:
In this ESL baby listening activity you need to listen to the following recording and then decide which option (A-D) in each question has the word in the same order as in the recording. When you have finished you can see the correct answers by using the get score button.
For this ESL baby listening task you again need to listen to the recording and this time decide which option (A-D) has the word that matches the definition form the recording. Then you can use the get score button to see the correct answers.
For this ESL baby listening exercise you need to listen to the recording of the spoken comprehension passage and then answer the questions. You might need to listen a few times to fully understand the passage. Then once you have finished you can check your answers by clicking the get score button.
At the end of this page there is a link you can use to show the full text of the passage so you can check your understanding.
In the final ESL baby listening exercise you need to listen to the recording of a spoken passage and then write it down exactly as it is said. The recording has the passage spoken twice: the first time at a slow speaking speed and the second time with pauses after every few words and the punctuation included.
At the end of the page there is a second link that you can use to show the full text of this passage. You can use this to check your answer and see how much of the passage you wrote down correctly.