The ESL meeting someone new listening exercises on this page are designed to help you learn how to greet someone and introduce yourself. By listening to the recordings, as well as the spoken vocabulary and spoken phrases on the ESL meeting someone new vocabulary page, you will learn how they sound. This will mean you will be able to speak and listen to English better.
There are 4 exercises on this page:
Just scroll down to find the exercise you want, or even better, start at the top and do them all. This will defiantly help your English improve.
The following ESL meeting someone new listening exercise has 5 groups of 5 words. You need to identify which option (A-D) in each question has the same order as in the recording. Listen to the recording more than once if you need to.
The following recording has 5 definitions of words from the meeting someone new vocabulary list. You need to decide which option (A-D) in each of the questions matches the corresponding definition.
This meeting someone new listening exercise is a listening comprehension. You need to listen, possibly more than once, to the recorded passage below about ‘My Family’, in which someone describes their family, and then answer the 5 questions that follow it.
At the end of this page, the text of the recorded passage had been included so that you can check your understanding of the spoken passage. Just click on the show passage button.
In this ESL meeting someone new listening exercise you need to listen to the following passage about talking to someone new and try to write down what you hear. The passage is repeated twice in the recording. The first time it is read slowly and the second time it is read even more slowly with pauses, so you can write the words down, and the punctuation spoken out loud. You might need to listen to the recording a couple of times.
At the end of this page there is a link you can click to show the text of the dictation passage so you can check your answer with the original passage.