Zapp! English Listening 2.7 – In Town


Zapp! English Listening 2.7 - In Town - Download eBooksIn this listening podcast you’re going to hear a variety of native English speakers from the UK as they describe towns & cities they know, and how they imagine the perfect town. You’ll study and revise English words and phrases we use to describe towns, and listen to both unscripted conversations, and monologues – people speaking individually.

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Antonio March 1, 2014 at 1:32 am

I couldn´t downloud the free welcome pack, I tried many times to enter by my e-mail but I couldn´t do you know why? thanks.

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Tom March 1, 2014 at 11:30 am

Hi Antonio, I’m sorry but without a bit more information I’m not sure what the problem was. I do know that this week our service provider was upgrading (improving) their servers and perhaps they were doing some maintenance when you were trying? I tried just now and it seems to be working fine.

Tom

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ali mohammad heirani May 10, 2014 at 9:34 am

hi.your podcasts are the best but the british accent is a little hard espacially when the speakers speak quick and freely.sometimes it’s hard to detect every single detail of their sentences

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Tom May 12, 2014 at 12:56 pm

Thanks for the kind comment Ali Mohammad – yes, it always takes some time to get used to new accents, but you will find that when you have listened to the conversations a few times, you do start to get used to them! When you listen to real conversations, you also don’t have to understand every single detail. Even native speakers sometimes don’t understand every word. The important thing is understanding the meaning, and this is why we often include tasks to focus people on understanding the overall meaning of the different conversations.

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