viernes, 28 de noviembre de 2008


You will find here links to episodes of three different series. If you haven't tried watching a series yet because you think it's too difficult, maybe you will find Bewitched easier than others. So, why don't give it atry a watch it for this Listening Practice?
However, if you feel more confident listening to something easier you will also find links to audio recordings below.

Deadline: December 11


Monica invites an old friend from high school over for Thanksgiving dinner, unaware that Will started a "We Hate Rachel" club with Ross. Meanwhile, Joey vows to eat an entire turkey by himself, and Chandler and Phoebe pretend to watch football to avoid helping in the kitchen.


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Keeping up Appearances

In this series premiere, we are introduced to the infamous prim and proper Hyacinth Bucket (pronounced Bouquet), her less-than-socially-acceptable extended family, and Hyacinth's long-suffering husband, Richard
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Drinking laws (6.00)

Has a change in drinking laws in England and Wales affected people's attitudes to alcohol? We'll be hearing from a medical worker as Jackie and Elena talk about the language of drinks and going out.

Untied Nations (7.50)

It was the house at the end of the street; the one where nobody wanted to live. Seeing as people from the city didn’t want to live there, the landlord asked people from other countries to live there. At first everything went well, but then the neighbours began falling out. Fortunately, one of them had an idea ...

Food (5.31)

"When I was at school, our teacher told the class “You are what you eat.” My friends and I would laugh and call each other ‘hamburger’ and ‘biscuits’. Our teacher was trying to show us the importance of eating the right food to stay healthy."

Cooking for all! (6.09)

Food and eating habits are a big issue in Britain at the moment - everyone seems to be worrying that the nation is getting too fat and people don't know how to feed themselves properly. The latest plan is to make all teenagers do cooking classes. Find out more as you practise your listening comprehension skills!

High school actors (Video) (7.49)

Go behind the stage at an important theatre event.

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