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Hi, everyone!

This is the recording for unit 3A’s listening comprehension exercise. You can find the key below.

track 3.1

http://www.ivoox.com/f2f-intermediate-r3-1_md_2600173_1.mp3″

KEY:

a)

1.- Sam likes his job, but Marcia doesn’t

2.- Sam has to deal with some very difficult people and has to put up with some idiots. Marcia thinks managing a hotel is quite stressful and doesn’t like people complaining all the time. She can’t stand it when people steal things. Also either she or her husband has to be at the hotel and it’s very hard to get a holiday together.

b) & c)

SAM   1e)  2a)  3d)  4g)

MARCIA   5c)  6f)  7h)  8b)

Comments on: "B1 listening comprehension – holidays & work" (2)

  1. Solo me sale una pregunta javier, donde puedo encontrar las otras?
    saludos

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