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Connected Speech radio programme (BBC Learning English)

Link it All Together (exercises)


In a dictionary, words are given in isolation. In natural speech, however, words are connected into sound groups:

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My dear students, here you can find different websites where you can practise listening on your own. Some of the websites include exam practice exercises. Others, however, only provide the videos but you can read the script at the same time, which, as you all know, it's good practice for your learning. Just click on the words TRANSCRIPT, SCRIPT, TEXT or something similar and get ready to improve your listening skill!


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