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manoue16
France

Looking for listening material
 
Dear colleagues,
 
 I m desperately looking for an audio document about travelling back from an English-speaking country. It could be a dialogue in which a person asks questions such as Where did you go...? How did you travel? Who did you travel with? What did you do? etc...
I ve been searching the internet for hours but I haven t found anything suitable for lower intermediate students.
 
So, I would be grateful if someone could send me an mp3 file or any link from the web.
 
Thanks a lot!

26 Mar 2018      



maryse pey
France

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/genres/factual/travel/player/episodes
 
Have you checked in there if there is something that might suit what you are looking for ? 

26 Mar 2018     



FrauSue
France

This is about Vietnam but uses questions and answers in the past tense: http://www.learnglish.net/archives/522
 
This one uses questions and answers too, about a holiday in Greece: http://www.elllo.org/english/1251/1258-Hana_Daniel-Holidays.htm 
 
 

26 Mar 2018     



[email protected]
Morocco

 
 
 YOU MIGHT FIND SOMETHING USEFUL IN THIS WEBSITE:
 Listenaminute.com
 

26 Mar 2018     



HiFly
Austria

Try this:
 
http://www.talkenglish.com/listening/listen.aspx 

26 Mar 2018     



manoue16
France

Unfortunately I had been on these sites...
 
 Thanks for your help anyway!
 
Take care

27 Mar 2018     



cunliffe
United Kingdom

Why don t you write the dialogue yourself and get some English colleagues to record it for you? Or if you send me the dialogue, I ll record it with my son. 
Edit: Although if time is of the essence, this suggestion might be too late. Unhappy

27 Mar 2018     



domif
France

Hello, I ve only found that! Have a nice day
 

28 Mar 2018