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Hi, everyone!

This is the listening comprehension audio track from unit 1A, the one about speed dating. The KEY is included at the end of the post, below the text, the picture and the audio buttons.

track 1.3

http://www.ivoox.com/nef-upper-intermediate-1-3_mn_1515234_1.mp3″

KEY

Speed dating was successful for Alex — he married his second date, but Emily didn’t have any successful dates.

1. B  2. B  3. E  4. A  5. E  6. E  7. A  8. A  9. E

Comments on: "B2 listening comprehension – SPEED DATING" (2)

  1. Hello Javier, Firstly, thank you for the listenings and thank you for the video of the autist girl and Katy Perry. I enjoyed it a lot, although Ive obviously had many problems to understand it completly . I will continue trying it. Anyway, tomorrow I cant attend your class because I have a exciting meeting with my pupils parent. So, I would like you gave me some information about the class of tomorrow. If it was possible I would like to have the exercices who people are going to do . On the other hand, I sent you a composition about a person who commented a film to a friend. Have you corrected it ? If so, could you give back it, please? Thank you in advance. I see you next Thursday. Cheers! ngel Santiago

  2. Reblogueó esto en english 4 ally comentado:

    Find below the recording and the KEY to the listening comprehension exercise from unit 1A.

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