Tess & Ravi

Tess and Ravi talk about pop music and Jo and Adam look at the difference between the verbs 'hear' and 'listen'.

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Exercise

Leave a comment below!

  • What about you – which British singers or bands are your favourites?
  • Do songs help you learn English?

Leave a comment and we'll discuss some of your answers in the next podcast.

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Language level

Intermediate: B1
Pre-intermediate: A2

Comments

Interesting podcast as always!
I like The Beatles. The music is easy listening and I remember that Yesterday had ever been used by my lecturer as a media for her teaching.
I live in Indonesia, and because my first language is not English, English songs help me much in learning the language.

Hi, I was looking forward to LISTEN TO episode 11 (Now It is clear for me the diference between "listen to" and "hear". Thank). I'm baptist and love to listen to christians Hymns as "How Great thou art". It is fantastic because I can worship the Lord and also help me to learning english.

Hi Everyone, please could you help me differentiate these sentences:
Past perfect continues , I woul like to know which one is correct...?
1_ I was having lost my ticket..
2_ I lost my ticket.

Hello again Domach,

2 is correct and 1 is not. I'd suggest you read our talking about the past and past tense pages – I think the explanations there will help you understand this.

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

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