Listening is a receptive skill. This means that listening is a process in which you do not produce but receive, deal with and understand a language.
Listening is an important skill in our daily life, especially when we talk to someone. We have to understand the person we talk to in order to have a satisfying conversation.
You can practise your listening skills by listening carefully to and extracting information from a text. Then consider the content of what you have just heard. We provide a lot of opportunities to train your listening comprehension.
Our audio library contains many well-known audio books such as "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button". Our audio books are spoken by different English native speakers, so that you can tune your ear to the many English accents and dialects.
All of our audio books are divided into chapters and supported by additional exercises. You may pause the story at any time and listen to a part again. In addition, you can follow the written texts.
Making a speech is seen as an art. Many speeches that have made a difference to the world are well-known from the past. Immerse in the English language and learn aspects of the culture and society of a country by listening to famous speeches.
Listen to the story of the Fernandez family. The audio book is divided into several chapters. There are exercises that test your listening comprehension and enable you to use both grammar and vocabulary. You may also read the story while listening to it.