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Intermediate Listening Lesson #20

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Intermediate Listening Lesson #20
Step 1:   Listen to Dialog

Do not view the questions until after you have listened to the audio file. Reading the questions first will not help you improve your English listening skills. 

Step 2:  

1. When do they plan on golfing together?
a) This Saturday after lunch
b) This Wednesday after work
c) Sunday early morning
d) Monday afternoon

2. How much does it cost to play?
a) Fifteen dollars
b) Twenty one dollars
c) Thirty dollars
d) Forty five dollars

3. What time will they play together?
a) At 8:0apm
b) At 8:15am
c) At 4:00pm
d) At 4:15pm

4. Where do they plan on playing?
a) Somewhere close to home
b) Somewhere close to work
c) At the new golf course
d) The golf course by the lake

  
1. b    2. b   3. d   4. c
  

1. This Wednesday after work
2. Twenty one dollars
3. At 4:15pm
4. Somewhere close to work

If you are uncertain about the answers to the questions, listen to the audio file again after having read the questions. After you have made all your selections, you may view the answers to see how you did. 

Step 3:   

A: “Hey Steve. When’s the next time you’re going to play golf?”
B: “I’m going out this Saturday.”
A: “Do you already have a foursome?”
B: “Unfortunately, we do. Let’s plan for something together for Wednesday. We can go right after work.”
A: “That sounds good. Where do you want to play?”
B: “We won’t have much time, so let’s play somewhere close to work.”
A: “How about Bellevue? It’s pretty close.”
B: “How much does it cost over there?”
A: “Twilight rates are 21 dollars.”
B: “That’s pretty good. Let’s do it.”
A: “Aright. I’ll get a tee time for Wednesday at about 4:00.”
B: “Make it 4:15. I won’t get off until 4:00.”
A: “Ok. I’ll call you later when I get a tee time.”
B: “Sounds good. I’ll see you on Wednesday then.”
A: “Aright. Have fun on Saturday.”
B: “Will do.” 

You should read the Conversation Dialog to help you study after going through the listening lesson. Do not view the Conversation Dialog prior to listening to the audio, or prior to answering all the questions. 

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