Randall’s Listening Lab

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Listen to Easy, Medium and Difficult level everyday conversations with adult and children’s voices. Listening usually includes:

1. Pre-Listening Exercises
2. Listening Exercises
3. Vocabulary and Grammar
4. Post-Listening Exercises
5. Online Investigations

Randall’s Listening Lab


francia blanco

September 2, 2020at 9:27 pm

hi. I’m an English teacher from Colombia. my students love your exercises but we don’t have internet all the time. i wuould like to know if we can download the audios. thank you so much.

    Darlene Brown

    September 2, 2020at 10:19 pm

    Hi! We only provide a link to Randall’s Listening Lab. You would have to follow the copyright rules of his site.

    These are the Terms Of Use (https://www.esl-lab.com/copyright_terms/):

    Legal Use:

    Individual Users:

    the contents of this site may be used online for personal use either at home, at an educational institution, or at a company;
    the listening activities and transcripts may be printed for personal use offline. In other words, the quiz questions and a transcript can be printed and then reviewed in a student’s free time away from the computer.

    the materials may be used online at educational institutions, either for individual or teacher-guided instruction;
    teachers are permitted to make copies of a limited number of pages for students for incidental use (not as part of a textbook, etc.), and the following copyright notice must appear on each copy:
    Copyright (c) 1998-2019 by Randall’s ESL Cyber Listening Lab (https://www.esl-lab.com). All rights reserved.

    copying and distributing the FREE handouts for individual and classroom use;
    making your own listening exercises based on the recordings;
    making reference to the site and its activities in workshops or other presentations may be done without permission (I always encourage people to get the word out about my sites); however, permission to do so is requested if original graphics, screen shots, quizzes, or transcripts are used as part of that presentation (which I usually grant).

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