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An invitation to a party

Listen to some phone messages with directions to practise and improve your listening skills.

Do the preparation task first. Then listen to the audio and do the exercises.

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Pre-intermediate: A2

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Well, I live in Chaclacayo in Lima, Perú. It's a little and nice borough. It's in the countryside. I think it's no easy to get lost in it. For the second question, before pandemic I've given directions to visitors. Now, I don't go out from my house, so I'm not getting to speak with other people.

It is easy to get lost in my town where winding roads are everywhere. ;)

Yes, for my it's easily to get lost in my town because I don't go out very much so when I have to go out I have to take with me google maps app not to get lost.

In my country is unpossible to lost your directions because you have The Google maps.

of cours yes, that is when you're new in the city . I give the instruction to my friends ,when they'er viset my

it is easy to get lost in my town because I live in countryside, there is not many sign and doesn't show street name. I gave directions to my friend when she came home for the first time I must have stood the street a little far from my house so as to show to my friend where to turn the street to my home.

It is easy to get lost in my city, though if you have smartphone you can use e-map, but if no it is very easy get lost. I have given direction to visitors when my wife's parents visit us, they live in small town.

I think everywhere, especially, where we haven't been there before, it is easy to get lost. But Alhamdulillah there are languages, instructions, people.

It's pretty easy to walk in my city even you don't know it. If you have some problems, try to ask someone for directions as soon as you get lost there and you will resume your way.

not really because the signs are clear in my city but yes obviously sometimes I give instructions to visitors who asked.

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