Weekly listening practice based on fun and interesting facts in easy English. Try the gap-fill exercises and comprehension quizzes.
What’s wrong with the old TV?
Did she say fourteen or forty kilometres west?
Which directions should I follow, Mom’s or Dad’s?
Did anything happen while I was grabbing a drink?
Which planet spins the wrong way?
Are you ready to talk?
What’s the difference between these reptiles?
Is this a one dollar bill or a one-hundred dollar bill?
Why did that man call me a deer?
Did you really look all the way from here to Timbuktu?
Would spell check have come in handy in 1787?
Why would someone abandon a Ferrari?
What inspired Lamborghini to switch to sports cars?
It’s a bit gaudy, isn’t it?
How can they be so close, yet so far away?
What are the ramparts in The Star Spangled Banner?
Am I pregnant? Let’s ask the frog.
Will Homer Simpson’s dream come true?
What makes this chicken taste so good?
Why can’t I understand the locals in Jamaica?
What should we call this adorable creature?
What’s the second biggest country?
Why is she getting a ticket for using a crosswalk?
What do ambulances have to do with ambling?
What are all of those people taking pictures of?
Why wasn’t it called the Big Orange?
Why can’t I remember all of that?
Why did they dig so far down?
How did that tree survive that windstorm?
What can I spell with the letter Q?
Why are there armed men near that rhino?
Why does she have a spring in her step?
Why pay more for brown eggs?
What did he really mean when he said I had nice hair?
Where did that red spot go?