The material on this ESL taking a trip listening page will help you become better at understanding spoken taking a trip vocabulary. This will be useful as it will mean that you will be able to understand people speaking English when you have a conversation with them.
To help you get better at understanding spoken English, there are several exercises on this page in which you have to listen to recordings of spoken English. Each recoding has been made by a native English speaker so you can listen to a person with a native accent. For each task you can listen to the recording as often as you need to so that you can understand it fully.
If you need help understanding any of the vocabulary, then you can go to the ESL taking a trip vocabulary page that has a recording of the vocabulary list also being spoken by a native English speaker.
There are four exercises for you to do as follows:
In the first ESL taking a trip listening exercise you need to listen to the following recording of five groups of five spoken words each and decide which option (A-D) in each question has the words in the same order. When you have finished you can click the get score button to see the correct answers.
In the second ESL taking a trip listening task you need to listen to the following recording that has the definitions of five words being spoken. Then in each question you need to decide which option (A-D) has the word that matches the spoken definition. Again you can see the correct answers by using the get score button.
For the third ESL taking a trip listening activity you need to listen to the recording of a spoken passage and then answer the following questions that are about the information contained in the passage. Then you can use the get score button to see how many you got correct.
At the end of the page there is a link that you can click that will show you the full text of the passage so you can read it and see if you understood the listening fully.
In the fourth ESL taking a trip listening exercise you need to listen to the following recording of a passage and then write it down exactly as it is spoken. The passage is spoken twice: the first time at a slow speaking speed and then the second time with pauses after every few words and the punctuation included. You can listen as many times as you need to, but try to listen the fewest amount of times possible.
Again at the end of the page there is a link that you can click to see the full text of the passage so you can check your answer.