Habla mejor inlgés, libro II

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Hola a todos,

¡”Habla mejor inglés, libro II” ya está disponible!

Puedes descargarte el pdf aquí en el blog, o comprar libro impreso en la librería Booksellers de Madrid.

Hoy os ofrezco un audio en el que repaso algunos ejercicios del libro sobre la diferencia entre listen y hear.

Podéis leer mi entrega original sobre este tema aquí.

También os recomiendo repasar mi entrega sobre sentence stress antes de escuchar el audio, y que os fijéis en este aspecto de la pronunciación de los ejercicios.

Aquí tenéis el audio, y también los ejercicios tal como aparecen en la unidad 22 del nuevo libro:

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(Descarga el mp3 con el botón derecho de tu ratón en este link.)

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Rellena los huecos con la forma correcta de hear o listen más una preposición cuando sea necesario.

1. Have you ever ________________ the writer Chinua Achebe? He’s very famous in my country.

2. I have to ________________ a word in different contexts before I can really remember it.

3. You have a lot in common with her. For example, you both ________________ the same kind of music.

4. This is the kind of group you never ________________ on the radio.

5. ________________ me: if we don’t leave now, we’re going to miss our plane!

6. My grandfather is in great health, but he can hardly ________________ anymore.

7. A lot of people who go to concerts don’t really ________________ the music.

8. Don’t ________________ what they say; I think they’re lying.

9. The announcement was made late at night, so most people haven’t ________________ the news.

10. This shop had a big sale last weekend, but we didn’t ________________ it until it was too late.

 

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Posted by Zac on Mar 31, 2015 in Posts with audio, Uncategorized |

6 Comments

Alejandro
Mar 31, 2015 at 8:32 pm

Nice page, and nice audio ¿Where can i get the book? i’m from Vezuela


 
sam
Apr 1, 2015 at 11:36 pm

cuanto cuesta el volumen 1 y tiene audio ?
cuanto cuesta el volumen 2 y tiene audio?


 
Diego
Apr 1, 2015 at 11:48 pm

Los libros son virtuales, recorran esta parte de la web

http://www.hablamejoringles.com/tienda-3/


 
Miguel
May 21, 2015 at 4:45 am

Hola Zac! Muchas gracias por tu blog.

A ver cuando pones un post de “pep guardiola” entrenador Español (catalan) del Bayern de Munich.

Gracias!


 
Pau
Sep 5, 2015 at 1:57 pm

Hi, Zac!

I think your blog is really useful.

I have a question about pronunciation. It is about the letter O pronunciation. I think I have noticed that speakers without the cot-caught merger pronounce NOT and LONG (for exampe) with a different vowel. In NOT, they pronounce the O like an open A (as in fAther), but in LONG, they pronounce an open O (as in lAW). Is that right? If it is, I wanted to ask you if there is any rule to know either to pronounce the letter O as in NOT or as in LONG.

I hope you can answer, and thank you very much!


 
Zac
Sep 15, 2015 at 10:13 pm

Hi Pau,

Sorry for the delay. I really have no idea about your question! Some of my English friends make fun of me because of the way I say “long”; I think I picked up a kind of east coast pronunciation of it when I lived in Philadelphia during my childhood and adolescence. But I really don’t know anything about the phonetics of that. If you find anything out, let me know. See you. Zac


 

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