---Daily Life.School Life.Transportation.Health.Entertainment.Dating.At the Restaurant.Sports.Safety.Travel.Jobs.Food.Shopping.Housing.Elections: within these categories the very good beginner pluswill find numerous conversations to listen to.
---"English Listening Lesson Library Online - Learn English Naturally - Videos : Audio : Quizzes : Vocabulary"; still a great ESL multimedia site, flawed through lacking a searchable menu, yet how can you ignore a site that provides thousands of videos with attendant workpages? Intermediate.
With a paid subscription you log in anytime, anywhere to listen to
the audio you choose. We have over 550 recordings at many levels with
many different speakers and speeds. We have recordings with American,
British and International accents. All recordings have transcripts and
scored tests. You can use filters to find the recording that you will
enjoy at the level that is right for you."
Choose one of the 12 passages shown in Explore---you can pay to get more---& the passage will appear in the yellowish LISTEN window. Do not select anything in Topics or in Change the list, for that will take you into the paying(subscription area). Very ambitious material for intermediate plus.
is the button to push to navigate this site. Once you are aware of
this, esl-lab.com, although large, will be very easy to use. And stick to the central menu. This is one of the best listening sites which has improved with age.There are 6 different types of quiz; for very good beginners plus.
levels, 4 listening passages in each level, almost all passages are
conversations/dialogs. Navigation is puzzling & Elementary means
very good beginners. If
you can get past the rampant advertising, you'll find a very solid site
with comprehension exercises; & stick to
---"Speak English! offers a wide range of materials to help you learn English. Pick up some basic phrases, expand your vocabulary." Any student wanting to listen to brief snatches of English will benefit from this site arranged by topic, although intermediate plus will benefit most. Unfortunately, this is a barebones site in that there is no glossary of terms & no activities. Recommended as a quick listening refresher only.
---living issues, magazine format, heavily focused on work. An excellent Canadian literacy resource. It qualifies as a listening site because every word, sentence, paragraph is read for you; intermediate plus will benefit most from this series---a pity as its dynamism should be experienced by all.
---based on the Total Physical Response language teaching method. The author would like " to emphasise...that all the actions in the exercises should be physically DONE first. (There is no sense in letting a student click-click-click with a computer mouse without the experience of the physical action... the exercises should not be a surprise of something new, but a surprise of recognition!" " ) The five lessons are basic commands, for very good beginners on, plus for anyone interested in this method.