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Listening exercise 1 - Simple Present - Affirmative (US)

1. She reads a book every evening.

2. He plays soccer on weekends.

3. We watch movies on Fridays.

4. The store opens at 9 AM.

5. She cooks dinner for her family.

6. He drives to work every day.

7. They speak English and Spanish.

8. She always forgets her keys.

9. He enjoys playing the guitar.

10. The dog barks at strangers.

Listening exercise 2 - Simple Present - Negative (US)
  1. She doesn’t like cold weather.
  2. He doesn’t play basketball.
  3. The cat doesn’t eat vegetables.
  4. They don’t watch TV in the morning.
  5. I don’t drink coffee.
  6. The store doesn’t open on Sundays.
  7. We don’t go to school on Saturdays.
  8. He doesn’t speak French.
  9. She doesn’t drive a car.
  10. Birds don’t fly at night.
  11. I don’t eat meat.
  12. They don’t live in the city.
Listening exercise 3 - Simple Present - Interrogative (US)
  1. Does she like ice cream?
  2. Do they play soccer on weekends?
  3. Do you watch movies often?
  4. Does the bus arrive on time?
  5. Do we have homework today?
  6. Does he speak Spanish?
  7. Do birds sing in the morning?
  8. Does the train leave at 8 AM?
  9. Do you drink tea or coffee in the morning?
  10. Do they live in New York?
  11. Do you like spicy food?
  12. Does this computer work?
Listening exercise 4 - There is/are (Ireland)
  1. There is a cat in the garden.
  2. There are three books on the table.
  3. There isn’t any milk in the fridge.
  4. There aren’t any apples in the basket.
  5. Is there a park near your house?
  6. Are there any restaurants in this area?
  7. There is a big tree in front of the school.
  8. There are seven days in a week.
  9. There isn’t a computer in my room.
  10. There aren’t any birds in the sky today.
  11. Is there a supermarket in this town?
  12. Are there any children playing in the park?
  13. There is a picture on the wall.
  14. There are many stars in the sky at night.
  15. There isn’t a television in the living room.
Listening exercise 5 - To be (UK)
    1. I am happy. 

    2. She is a teacher. 

    3. They are friends. 

    4. He is tall. 

    5. It is a cat. 

    6. We are not late. 

    7. You are not a doctor. 

    8. I am not sad. 

    9. It is not a dog. 

    10. They are not students. 

    11. Are you hungry? 

    12. Is she at home? 

    13.Are they coming? 

    1. Is it cold outside? 

    2. Am I right?

Listening exercise 6 - Simple Present and Be (USA)
  1. She reads a book every day.
  2. The class starts at 9.
  3. He likes to play football.
  4. They are always on time.
  5. I am a student.
  6. I don’t like cold weather.
  7. He doesn’t go to school on Sundays.
  8. They’re not in the same class.
  9. She doesn’t drink coffee.
  10. It’s not a cloudy day.
  11. Do you play the piano?
  12. Does he walk to school?
  13. Are they brothers?
  14. Is it warm in summer?
  15. Do we have a test tomorrow?

Listening exercise 7 - Possessive (Australian)
  1. His dog is very friendly.
  2. My favorite color is blue, and I like the sky.
  3. Her cat sleeps all day.
  4. Their garden is beautiful and has many flowers.
  5. Your book is interesting.
  6. Our class starts early tomorrow.
  7. Is his bike new or old?
  8. Do you know her name?
  9. Are their parents teachers?
  10. Why is his phone always off?
  11. Is our meeting today?

Listening exercise 8 - Dates (US)
  1. 12th of June 2023.
  2. April 7th, 1994.
  3. October 31st, 2002.
  4. February 15th ,1987.
  5. September 1st, 1974.
  6. August 20th, 2013.
  7. Christmas is on December 25th.
  8. New Year’s eve is on December 31st.
  9. New Year’s day is on January 1st.
  10. I don’t go to the office on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
  11. She doesn’t work from home on Thursdays.

Listening exercise 9 - Adverbs of frequency (US)
  1. I always eat breakfast at 7 am.
  2. She often reads books in the evening.
  3. He never arrives late to work.
  4. They sometimes play soccer on weekends.
  5. We usually go to bed at 10 pm.
  6. She is always happy in the mornings.
  7. It is rarely cold in July here.
  8. I am never late for my appointments.
  9. They are often busy on Mondays.
  10. You are usually early for meetings.
  11. He is seldom bored at home.
  12. We are frequently early for class.

Listening exercise 10 - Mary (Australian)

Mary is a teacher. She teaches English. She loves her job. Mary lives in a small town. She has a cat. Her cat’s name is Bobby. Mary often reads books. She always drinks tea in the morning. Mary is kind and friendly. She helps her students a lot. Mary and Bobby are happy.

Listening exercise 11 - Present Continuous (US)
  1. I’m reading a book now.

  2. She’s cooking dinner at the moment.

  3. He’s playing soccer right now.

  4. They’re watching a movie.

  5. We’re studying for our exam.

  6. I’m not feeling tired today.

  7. She isn’t using the computer currently.

  8. He is not working this weekend.

  9. They’re not going to the park today.

  10. We’re not eating out tonight.

  11. Are you learning English now?

  12. Is she sleeping at the moment?

  13. Is he driving to work today?

  14. Are they visiting their grandparents?

  15. Is it raining outside right now?

Listening 1 - Simple Present Wh? (US)
  1. What do you do for fun?

  2. Where does he live?

  3. When does she go to bed?

  4. How does it work?

  5. What time do they usually eat dinner?

  6. What sports do you play?

  7. Where does he work?

  8. When does she have her dance class?

  9. How do you make coffee?

  10. What time does he wake up?

  11. What books does she read?

  12. Where do they go on vacation?

  13. When do you do your homework?

  14. How does she travel to school?

  15. What time does it usually rain here?

Listening 2 - Simple Present x Present Continuous (US)
  1. I always walk to work, but today I’m taking the bus.

  2. She usually reads in the evening, but now she’s watching TV.

  3. He plays football on Saturdays and is playing right now.

  4. You often study late, are you studying tonight?

  5. They have a cat, and it’s sleeping on the sofa now.

  6. We usually eat out on Fridays, but we’re cooking at home tonight.

  7. I’m not feeling well today, so I’m not going to school.

  8. She doesn’t like coffee, but she’s drinking tea now.

  9. Are you meeting your friends later?

  10. He works in an office, but today he’s working from home.

  11. It often rains here, but it’s not raining at the moment.

  12. They usually play basketball, but they’re playing soccer today.

  13. We’re not going to the movies tonight; we’re staying in.

  14. Is she usually this busy, or is it just today?

  15. You’re always on time, are you running late today?

Listening 3 - Simple Past (Australian)
  1. I visited my grandmother last weekend.

  2. She cooked a delicious meal yesterday.

  3. He played soccer with his friends.

  4. We watched a movie last night.

  5. You finished your homework on time.

  6. The cat slept on the sofa all afternoon.

  7. They went to the beach last summer.

  8. It rained yesterday evening.

  9. The bus arrived late yesterday.

  10. She wrote a letter to her friend.

  11. He cleaned his room last Saturday.

  12. We ate pizza for dinner last night.

  13. You called me in the morning.

  14. The dog barked at the mailman.

  15. They danced at the party.

Listening 4 - Simple Past (US)
  1. I visited my aunt last Sunday.
  2. She cooked a big dinner.
  3. He finished his homework early.
  4. We watched a funny movie.
  5. The dog slept under the tree.
  6. They arrived on time for the meeting.
  7. The train left at 5 pm.
  8. She found her lost keys.
  9. He painted a picture.
  10. I didn’t go to the market yesterday.
  11. She didn’t like the movie.
  12. He didn’t play outside because it was raining.
  13. We didn’t eat at the restaurant.
  14. They didn’t study for the test.
  15. Did you see my book?
  16. Did he walk to school?
  17. Did she call her friend?
  18. Did he meet them at the park?
  19. Did they enjoy the concert?

Listening 5 - Can (US)
  1. I can swim very well.
  2. She can play the guitar.
  3. They can speak three languages.
  4. He can cook delicious meals.
  5. We can see the stars tonight.
  6. I can’t run very fast.
  7. He can’t come to the party tomorrow.
  8. She can’t eat peanuts because she’s allergic.
  9. We can’t stay up late tonight.
  10. Can you help me with my homework?
  11. He can’t find his keys.
  12. We can’t go to the beach today because it’s raining.
  13. Can you swim?
  14. Can she speak Spanish?
  15. Can they finish the project by Friday?
  16. Can he drive a car?
  17. Can we meet at 3 pm?

Listening 6 - Future (UK)
  1. I will visit my grandparents next weekend.
  2. She will start a new job tomorrow.
  3. He will buy a new car next month.
  4. We will celebrate my birthday at the park.
  5. They will travel to France in the summer.
  6. I will not stay up late tonight.
  7. He will not go to the gym tomorrow.
  8. She will not eat ice cream because she’s on a diet.
  9. We will not watch the movie if it rains.
  10. They will not attend the meeting on Friday.
  11. Will you join us for dinner?
  12. Will she finish her project on time?
  13. Will he come to the party?
  14. Will we meet at the usual place?
  15. Will they play soccer next Sunday?
  16. I’m going to make a cake for her birthday.
  17. She’s going to study for her exams tonight.
  18. He’s going to fix the bicycle this afternoon.
  19. We’re going to plant flowers in the garden.
  20. They’re going to watch a new series this weekend.
  21. I’m not going to work late tonight.
  22. She’s not going to buy that expensive dress.
  23. He’s not going to play football because of the rain.
  24. We’re not going to travel this holiday season.
  25. They’re not going to attend the concert next week.
  26. Are you going to join the gym?
  27. Is she going to cook dinner tonight?
  28. Is he going to study for his exam?
  29. Are we going to see the new movie tomorrow?
  30. Are they going to move to a new city next year?

Listening 7 - Comparative and Superlative (US)
  1. My house is bigger than hers.

  2. He is taller than his brother.

  3. This book is more interesting than that one.

  4. She is smarter than her classmate.

  5. This cake is sweeter than the other one.

  6. Cats are quieter than dogs.

  7. He runs faster than I do.

  8. Her car is newer than mine.

  9. This movie is more exciting than the last one we watched.

  10. She sings better than he does.

  11. He is the tallest in his family.

  12. She is the smartest student in her class.

  13. This is the most delicious cake I’ve ever tasted.

  14. That is the oldest building in the city.

  15. He is the best soccer player on the team.

  16. She’s as tall as her sister.

  17. This book is as interesting as that movie.

  18. He runs as fast as his friend.

Listening 1 - Modal Verbs (US)
  1. You can play outside after homework.
  2. She could speak three languages when she was young.
  3. He might go to the cinema tonight.
  4. May I borrow your pen, please?
  5. We must finish our project by tomorrow.
  6. I have to visit the dentist next week.
  7. Shall we go for a walk in the park?
  8. They will travel to Spain next year.
  9. Would you like some coffee?
  10. You cannot stay up too late.
  11. She could not find her keys yesterday.
  12. Might it rain tomorrow?
  13. May I use your phone?
  14. You must not forget your passport.
  15. He doesn’t have to work on Sundays.
  16. Shall I open the window?
  17. They will not be able to come to the party.
  18. Would you help me with this?
  19. Can she swim?
  20. Could you tell me the time?

Listening 2 - Questions with prepositions (Ireland)
  1. What are you looking for?
  2. Who are you going with?
  3. What did he ask you about?
  4. Where did she come from?
  5. Which school do you go to?
  6. Who is this present for?
  7. What is he thinking about?
  8. Where are we heading to?
  9. What is she interested in?
  10. Who did you speak to?

Listening 3 - Possessive (US)
  1. This book is mine.
  2. The blue car over there is his.
  3. That bicycle with the red frame is hers.
  4. The house at the end of the street is theirs.
  5. Is this computer yours?
  6. The idea to go hiking was ours.
  7. These notebooks are mine, but the pencils are yours.
  8. The backpack next to the desk is his.
  9. The scarf on the chair is hers.
  10. The garden with the beautiful flowers is theirs.
  11. Whose jacket is this? It’s Bob’s.
  12. I spent the weekend at my parents’ house at the beach.

Listening 4 - Either / Neither (UK)
  1. I don’t like coffee, and she doesn’t either.
  2. Neither of us knows how to play chess.
  3. You can choose either the chocolate cake or the vanilla ice cream.
  4. Neither the red shirt nor the blue shirt fits me.
  5. He doesn’t want to go out tonight, and I don’t either.
  6. We have neither apples nor oranges in the fruit bowl.
  7. Either you or your brother needs to clean up the room.
  8. She speaks neither Spanish nor French.
  9. You can sit either next to me or across from me.
  10. Neither the movie nor the book was interesting.

Listening 5 - Mixed tenses (USA)
  1. She can play the piano beautifully.

  2. He is reading a book right now.

  3. They went to the park yesterday.

  4. I usually wake up early in the morning.

  5. Are you coming to the movie tonight?

  6. We were at the beach last weekend.

  7. She doesn’t like spicy food.

  8. He can’t find his keys.

  9. Do they play soccer every Thursday?

  10. Was it sunny yesterday?

  11. I am learning how to cook Italian dishes.

  12. You must finish your assignment by tomorrow.

  13. They don’t usually stay up late.

  14. Can she speak French?

  15. He is not feeling well today.

  16. Did you see my dog this morning?

  17. We are planning a holiday for next summer.

  18. She was a teacher before she retired.

  19. Are you listening to music right now?

  20. He plays guitar in a band.

Listening 6 - About Kim (USA)

Kim is a photographer. She loves her job. Kim often travels to take beautiful photos. Yesterday, she went to the mountains. The pictures were amazing. Today, she is working from her studio. She is editing photos on her computer. Kim has a family. She has two children. They either play in the garden or read books while Kim works.

Kim’s husband is a teacher. He teaches at a school nearby. He can’t take photos like Kim, but he loves her work. They sometimes go on trips together. Last summer, they visited the beach. Neither Kim nor her husband can swim well, but they love the ocean.

Kim doesn’t work on Sundays. She spends time with her family. They often go to the park or watch movies. Next weekend, they are planning to visit Kim’s parents. Kim might take her camera. She always finds something new to photograph.

Listening 7 - Questions about you and your job (USA)

In this exercise, you will only have to write down the answers to these questions. Let’s start:

  1. What do you do for a living?
  2. Where do you work?
  3. What time do you start work?
  4. How do you get to your job?
  5. What do you usually do at work?
  6. Do you enjoy your job?
  7. What time do you finish work?
  8. What do you do after work?
  9. How do you relax in the evenings?
  10. What do you do on the weekends?

Listening 8 - Simple past questions (USA)

In this exercise, you will only have to write down the answers to these questions. Let’s start:

  1. What did you do for a living in the year 2010?
  2. Where did you work in 2019?
  3. What time did you start work last Monday?
  4. How did you get to your job last Friday?
  5. What did you usually do at your first job?
  6. Did you enjoy your previous job?
  7. What time did you finish work yesterday?
  8. What did you do after work yesterday?
  9. How did you relax yesterday evening?
  10. What did you do on the weekends when you were a teenager?

Listening 9 - How much or How many? (USA)

In this exercise, you’ll listen to answers. Your job is to write questions for each answer. Let’s start!

  1. I have 20 dollars in my wallet.
  2. She has 3 siblings.
  3. We have 7 macbook pros in our office.
  4. We don’t have much milk left.
  5. I’ll have 3 spoons of sugar, please.
  6. There are 2 white cars on my street right now.
  7. She has only one child.
  8. I didn’t drink much water yesterday.
  9. I have 2 iphones with me, one is personal and one is for work.
  10. My parents have a lot of money.

Listening 1 - Present Perfect - Ever (UK)

In this exercise, you’ll have to write down the questions and also answer each one of them. Let’s start:

  1. Have you ever traveled abroad?
  2. Has your best friend ever tried sushi?
  3. Have you ever seen a live concert?
  4. Have you and your boss ever worked together on a project?
  5. Has Tom Cruise ever written a book?
  6. Have you ever climbed a mountain?
  7. Has your best friend ever run a marathon?
  8. Have you ever visited a tropical island?
  9. Have you ever driven a sports car?
  10. Has your favorite neighbor ever met a famous person?

Listening 2 - Present Perfect - Already, Just, Yet (US)
  1. I’ve just finished my homework.
  2. She has already seen that movie.
  3. They haven’t arrived yet.
  4. Have you just called me?
  5. He’s already eaten lunch.
  6. We haven’t started the project yet.
  7. Has she already left the office?
  8. I’ve just realized I forgot my keys.
  9. They’ve already completed the task.
  10. Have you read the book yet?
  11. She hasn’t called me back yet.
  12. He’s just got home from work.
  13. Have they already booked the tickets?
  14. I haven’t seen her just yet.
  15. They’ve just announced the results.

Listening 3 - Present Perfect - Since, For (US)
  1. I have lived here for five years.
  2. She has worked at that company since 2018.
  3. They haven’t seen each other since last month.
  4. Have you been waiting for me for a long time?
  5. He has been studying English since he was a child.
  6. We haven’t gone on vacation for two years.
  7. Has she been a teacher since she graduated?
  8. I haven’t seen that movie since I was a teenager.
  9. They have been friends for over a decade.
  10. Have you known him since you were kids?

Listening 4 - Simple Past x Present Perfect (Australian)
  1. I went to the park yesterday.
  2. Have you ever visited London?
  3. She has never tried sushi.
  4. They played soccer last weekend.
  5. We have finished our work for today.
  6. Did he call you this morning?
  7. I haven’t seen that movie yet.
  8. She cooked a delicious meal last night.
  9. Have they read the book you lent them?
  10. He didn’t understand the question in the exam.
  11. We’ve planned our vacation for next month.
  12. Did you eat breakfast today?
  13. She has been feeling unwell since last night.
  14. They didn’t go to the concert yesterday.
  15. Have you completed your project?

Listening 5 - Past Continuous (US)
  1. I was reading a book when you called.
  2. She was cooking dinner around 6 pm last night.
  3. Were they playing soccer when it started to rain?
  4. He was not watching TV when I arrived.
  5. The birds were singing early in the morning.
  6. We were walking in the park all afternoon.
  7. Was she studying for her exam yesterday?
  8. I wasn’t feeling well last night.
  9. They were laughing at a joke when I entered the room.
  10. Was he driving to work when you saw him?
  11. She wasn’t paying attention during the meeting.
  12. The kids were playing in the garden when it got dark.
  13. Were you listening to music while doing homework?
  14. The dog was barking loudly at the strangers.
  15. I was waiting for the bus when I saw my friend.

Listening 6 - Usage of Like and Get (US)
  1. She’s like the best singer I’ve ever heard.
  2. It was so crowded, I didn’t get to see the stage.
  3. He’s like really smart, always knows the answers.
  4. I didn’t get to eat lunch because I was so busy.
  5. The movie was like super long but so good.
  6. I tried to call you, but I didn’t get through.
  7. It’s like incredibly hot outside today.
  8. I didn’t get to finish my homework last night.
  9. The concert was like really amazing, you should have been there.
  10. I was going to ask her, but I didn’t get the chance.

Listening 7 - Verbs followed by -ing (UK)
  1. I enjoy playing tennis on weekends.
  2. She avoids eating spicy food.
  3. Are they thinking of moving to a new city?
  4. He kept talking during the movie.
  5. We finished studying around midnight.
  6. I don’t mind waiting for a few minutes.
  7. Does she like traveling to different countries?
  8. He considered applying for the job.
  9. They risked getting lost in the forest.
  10. We can’t imagine living anywhere else.

Listening 8 - Used to (US)
  1. I used to play basketball in high school.
  2. She used to live in New York.
  3. Did he use to work here?
  4. We used to go camping every summer.
  5. They used to watch that show all the time.
  6. I didn’t use to like coffee, but now I love it.
  7. Did she use to ride her bike to work?
  8. He used to have a dog when he was a child.
  9. We didn’t use to have a car.
  10. You used to be a vegetarian, right?
  11. Did they use to play music together?
  12. She didn’t use to be afraid of spiders.
  13. I used to read a lot more before smartphones.
  14. Did you use to live in this neighborhood?
  15. He used to be much more outgoing.

Listening 9 - There to be (US)
  1. There is a cat in the garden.
  2. There are many books on the shelf.
  3. Is there a meeting today?
  4. There isn’t any milk in the fridge.
  5. Are there any messages for me?
  6. There was a storm last night.
  7. Were there any calls for me yesterday?
  8. There were no mistakes in the report.
  9. There wasn’t a bus available at that time.
  10. Were there many people at the event?
  11. There will be a concert next weekend.
  12. Will there be enough food for everyone?
  13. There won’t be any classes tomorrow.
  14. Will there be a test next week?
  15. There is going to be a meeting tomorrow.

Listening 10 - First conditional (US)
  1. If it rains tomorrow, we will cancel the picnic.
  2. If you study hard, you will pass the exam.
  3. Will you go to the party if I go with you?
  4. If she doesn’t hurry, she will miss the train.
  5. If they don’t call us by tonight, we won’t go.
  6. If you help me with this, I will help you with your project.
  7. What will you do if you win the lottery?
  8. If it’s sunny this weekend, we will go to the beach.
  9. If he doesn’t apologize, I won’t speak to him again.
  10. Will they be surprised if we arrive early?

Listening 11 - Second conditional (US)
  1. If I were rich, I would travel around the world.
  2. If she spoke Spanish, she could live in Spain.
  3. Would you buy a house if you had the money?
  4. If he were taller, he would join the basketball team.
  5. If they knew how to cook, they wouldn’t eat out so much.
  6. If you loved horror movies, you would enjoy this one.
  7. What would you do if you could fly?
  8. If it were sunny, we could have a picnic.
  9. If I knew her phone number, I would call her.
  10. Would they be happier if they moved to a different city?

Listening 1 - Past Perfect (UK)
  1. By the time we arrived, the movie had already started.
  2. She had finished her homework before going to the party.
  3. Had they left the office when you called?
  4. I hadn’t seen that documentary before last night.
  5. The train had departed when we reached the station.
  6. He had never visited Paris before his last trip.
  7. Had you ever tried sushi before that dinner?
  8. They hadn’t met each other before the conference.
  9. She had completed the project before the deadline.
  10. Had it stopped raining when you decided to go out?

Listening 2 - Third conditional (US)
  1. If I had known about the meeting, I would have attended.
  2. She would have been happier if she had gone to the party.
  3. If he had studied harder, he would have passed the exam.
  4. They would have missed the flight if they hadn’t left early.
  5. If we had taken the map, we wouldn’t have gotten lost.
  6. Would you have gone to the concert if you had known about it?
  7. If she hadn’t been sick, she would have joined us.
  8. He wouldn’t have been tired if he had slept earlier.
  9. What would you have done if you had won the lottery?
  10. They would have bought the house if they had had enough money.
  11. If I hadn’t seen the sign, I would have missed the turn.
  12. Would they have called us if they had arrived safely?

Listening 3 - Present Perfect Continuous (Ireland)
  1. I have been studying English for three years.
  2. She has been working at that company since June.
  3. Have they been waiting long for the bus?
  4. He hasn’t been feeling well lately.
  5. We have been planning our vacation for the last two months.
  6. Has she been practicing piano every day?
  7. The dog has been barking for over an hour now.
  8. I haven’t been sleeping well these past few nights.
  9. Have you been exercising regularly?
  10. They haven’t been getting along well recently.
  11. What have you been doing all afternoon?
  12. She hasn’t been attending her dance classes for a while.

Listening 4 - Phrasal Verbs 1 (US)
  1. I always wake up early in the morning.
  2. She is looking after her younger brother today.
  3. Did you turn off the lights before leaving?
  4. We will pick up the groceries on our way home.
  5. He didn’t show up to the meeting yesterday.
  6. They are getting along well with their new neighbors.
  7. Can you put away your toys after playing?
  8. She has been carrying on with her work despite the difficulties.
  9. Will you take out the trash tonight?
  10. I didn’t run into anyone I knew at the party.
  11. He’s thinking of moving to a new city.
  12. They called off the event due to bad weather.
  13. Are you looking forward to the weekend?
  14. She passed out because of the heat.
  15. We will work out at the gym tomorrow.
  16. I can’t put up with his behavior anymore.
  17. Did you find out the reason for the delay?
  18. He’s been going over his notes for the exam.
  19. She turned down the job offer.
  20. Are they coming back from their vacation soon?

Listening 5 - Phrasal Verbs 2 (US)
  1. Can you look up the word in the dictionary?
  2. He always speaks up in meetings.
  3. They are setting up the room for the party.
  4. I will catch up with you later.
  5. She didn’t give back the book she borrowed.
  6. We are running out of milk.
  7. Did you hang up the phone?
  8. They will be moving in next week.
  9. I haven’t figured out the solution yet.
  10. He is holding back his true feelings.
  11. She looks after her plants carefully.
  12. Are you going to fill out the application form?
  13. He cut down on sugar for his health.
  14. We need to pay back the money by next month.
  15. Did they get over their argument?
  16. I can’t make out what the sign says.
  17. She is trying out for the school play.
  18. They have put off the meeting until tomorrow.
  19. Can you take down these notes?
  20. I was washed out after the long hike.

Listening 6 - Passive voice (UK)
  1. The book was written by a famous author.
  2. Dinner is being prepared by the chef right now.
  3. Was the message delivered to you yesterday?
  4. The windows have not been cleaned this week.
  5. The project will be completed by the team by next month.
  6. The cake was eaten by the children at the party.
  7. Is the car being repaired at the garage?
  8. The new policy has been implemented by the company.
  9. The house was built in the 19th century.
  10. The documents have not been signed yet.
  11. Were the invitations sent out by the secretary?
  12. The song was sung beautifully by her.
  13. The test results will be announced next week.
  14. The meeting has been canceled due to unforeseen circumstances.
  15. Is the homework being checked by the teacher?

Listening 7 - Reported Speech (US)
  1. She said that she was going to the store.
  2. He told me he had finished his homework.
  3. Did she mention if she was coming to the party?
  4. They said they hadn’t seen the movie.
  5. He asked if I had ever been to New York.
  6. She wondered why the meeting was canceled.
  7. They informed us that the concert had been postponed.
  8. He didn’t tell me he was leaving early.
  9. She asked if we could meet tomorrow.
  10. He explained that he had lost his phone.
  11. She said that she didn’t like sushi.
  12. The teacher announced that the exam would be next Friday.
  13. He denied having taken the book.
  14. They asked why the flight was delayed.
  15. She inquired whether the package had arrived.

Listening 8 - Supposed to (US)
  1. The train is supposed to arrive at 10 AM.
  2. You’re not supposed to eat in the classroom.
  3. Is she supposed to be here by now?
  4. He was supposed to call me yesterday.
  5. We are supposed to finish the project by next week.
  6. They aren’t supposed to park their car here.
  7. Are we supposed to attend the meeting in person?
  8. The movie was supposed to start at 8 PM.
  9. You’re supposed to turn off your phone in the cinema.
  10. Was he supposed to bring the documents?
  11. I’m not supposed to tell anyone the secret.
  12. She’s supposed to be the best in her field.
  13. Are they supposed to be working together on this?
  14. The guests were supposed to arrive an hour ago.
  15. This machine is supposed to make life easier.

Listening 9 - Would rather (Australian)
  1. I’d rather stay home than go out tonight.
  2. She’d rather read a book than watch TV.
  3. Would he rather drive than take the train?
  4. They’d rather not attend the party.
  5. I’d rather not discuss this matter right now.
  6. Would you rather have coffee or tea?
  7. He would rather play soccer than basketball.
  8. We’d rather not work overtime this weekend.
  9. Would she rather travel abroad or stay local for vacation?
  10. They’d rather cook at home than eat out.

Listening 10 - Be used to - Get used to (Ireland)
  1. I am used to waking up early for work.
  2. She isn’t used to the cold weather here.
  3. Are they used to living in a big city?
  4. He got used to driving on the left side of the road.
  5. We are not used to eating spicy food.
  6. Did you get used to the new software at work?
  7. She’s getting used to her new job responsibilities.
  8. They have never been used to such loud noise.
  9. Will he get used to the long commute?
  10. I’m used to having a cup of coffee in the morning.

Listening 11 - Relative clause (US)
  1. The book that you gave me is fascinating.
  2. She knows a person who speaks six languages.
  3. Is this the house which was built in the 1800s?
  4. He didn’t pass the test, which was a big surprise.
  5. We visited a city that is famous for its historical monuments.
  6. She bought a dress that wasn’t very expensive.
  7. Do you know the man who just walked in?
  8. The movie, which we saw last night, was really exciting.

Listening 12 - So and Such (US)
  1. It was so cold that we couldn’t stay outside.
  2. She is such a talented artist that everyone admires her work.
  3. I’ve never seen so many people in one place.
  4. Why is he always so late?
  5. They didn’t have such a good time at the party.
  6. It’s such a beautiful day that we should go for a walk.
  7. Have you ever seen so much snow?
  8. I didn’t know it could be so difficult to learn a new language.

Listening 13 - Though, tough, although, through, thorough (US)
  1. Although it was raining, we went for a walk.
  2. The test was tough, but I managed to pass.
  3. She smiled, though she was feeling sad.
  4. He’s going through a difficult time right now.
  5. I need to make a thorough review of the report.
  6. She completed the race, tough as it was.
  7. Though he was late, he didn’t miss any important information.
  8. Have you read through the document carefully?
  9. Although she’s young, she’s very mature for her age.
  10. The material is tough to understand at first.
  11. He was thorough in his research.
  12. Is it tough being a new student in school?
  13. She went through all the chapters before the exam.
  14. Although it’s expensive, it’s worth the investment.
  15. Though the weather was bad, the event was still successful.

Listening 14 - Past modals (US)
  1. He should have called yesterday.
  2. They could have won the game if they had played better.
  3. Shouldn’t you have finished the report by now?
  4. I would have gone to the party, but I was too tired.
  5. She might have taken the wrong train.
  6. They couldn’t have seen us from that distance.
  7. Would you have helped me if I had asked?
  8. He must have forgotten about our meeting.
  9. She wouldn’t have missed the concert unless something important came up.
  10. Could they have made a mistake in the calculation?
  11. You shouldn’t have said that to her.
  12. Might he have misunderstood the instructions?
  13. They wouldn’t have left early if they had enjoyed the movie.
  14. I could have been a contender.
  15. He may have been the best in his class.

Listening 1 - Future Continuous (UK)
  1. This time next week, I will be lying on the beach.
  2. Will she be working on the project tomorrow?
  3. They won’t be coming to the party tonight.
  4. At 5 PM, I will be meeting with my new client.
  5. Will you be staying at the hotel during your visit?
  6. He will not be using the car on Saturday, so you can borrow it.
  7. What will you be doing this weekend?
  8. Tomorrow at noon, we will be flying to New York.
  9. She won’t be attending the meeting, as she is on vacation.
  10. Will they be watching the game at your house?

Listening 2 - Future Perfect (US)
  1. By next year, I will have completed my degree.
  2. She will have left the office by 6 PM.
  3. Will they have finished the project by tomorrow?
  4. We will not have arrived by the time the concert starts.
  5. He will have lived in Paris for ten years by 2025.
  6. By the end of this month, I won’t have received the package.
  7. Will she have learned enough Spanish to communicate before her trip?
  8. They will have painted the whole house by next week.
  9. By tomorrow, we will have been together for three years.
  10. How many books will you have read by the end of the year?

Listening 3 - Prefix (self) and Suffix (able, ible) (US)


  1. She has a strong sense of self-confidence.
  2. The system is designed for self-learning.
  3. He wrote an autobiography about his self-discovery.
  4. Can self-driving cars really be safe?
  5. The book focuses on self-improvement.
  6. They installed a self-cleaning oven in their kitchen.
  7. She practices self-care every weekend.
  8. Is it a self-sustaining ecosystem?
  9. He admires her for her self-reliance.
  10. They’re discussing the importance of self-respect.
  11. This material is washable.
  12. The document is readable even in low light.
  13. Are these glasses breakable?
  14. The problem is solvable with more research.
  15. His handwriting isn’t legible.
  16. The new model is more affordable than the previous one.
  17. Is this software compatible with my computer?
  18. She found an incredible deal at the store.
  19. That attitude is not acceptable here.
  20. The task seems impossible under the current conditions.

Listening 4 - Would for past habits (UK)
  1. When we were kids, we would play hide and seek for hours.

  2. She would always bring homemade cookies to class.

  3. Would he often tell stories about his travels?

  4. I wouldn’t eat vegetables when I was younger.

  5. Every summer, they would go camping in the mountains.

  6. He wouldn’t miss a single football match of his favorite team.

  7. Would you walk to school every day?

  8. My grandmother would tell me stories before bed.