Weekly listening practice based on fun and interesting facts in easy English. Try the gap-fill exercises and comprehension quizzes.
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?
Why are psychiatrists called shrinks?
What does this cover have to do with the book?
Why is he eating sand?
Why didn’t I hear that owl fly by?
Is this why we always saw the “fail whale”?
Can you pass the puffer fish?