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LISTENING COMPREHENSION (SPOKEN ENGLISH) ESL/MP3
topic: TEST # 8

Here's another pronunciation practice exercise - it's designed to test your listening comprehension of (American) English pronunciation, and can be done by students of all levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced). Here's what you do:

1. Click on the button to the right of each number.
2. Listen to the word(s).
3. Choose the word(s) that you heard from the three choices.
4. Click on "CHECK ANSWERS" to see how you did.

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1.
Which word do you hear?
  fan
  fun
  phone

2.
Which word do you hear?
  fun
  phone
  fan

3.
Which word do you hear?
  bother
  batter
  better

4.
Which word do you hear?
  bother
  better
  batter

5.
Which word do you hear?
  bother
  better
  batter

6.
Which word do you hear?
  beehive
  behalf
  behave

7.
Which word do you hear?
  beehive
  behave
  behalf

8.
Which word do you hear?
  behalf
  behave
  beehive

9.
Which word do you hear?
  Steve
  stiff
  staff

10.
Which word do you hear?
  stiff
  staff
  Steve

CHECK ANSWERS


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