Intermediate

Intermediate Listening Lesson #24

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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. What is this person looking for today?
a) Ring, necklace, and bracelet
b) Ring and necklace
c) Bracelet and necklace
d) Engagement ring


2. What size ring is this person looking for?
a) Size 6
b) Size 6.5
c) Size 7
d) Size 7.5

3. What was the problem with the first necklace?
a) It was too expensive
b) It didn’t match the ring
c) It was too long
d) It was too short


4. What happened after looking at all the items?
a) The person bought them all
b) The person will wait for a sale
c) The person wants to think about it
d) The person bought only the ring

1. b        2.a      3. d       4. с
    
1. Ring and necklace
2. Size 6
3. It was too short
4. The person wants to think about it

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: “Hi. Can I help you with anything?”
B: “Yeah. Can I look at this ring?”
A: “Sure. Let me get it out for you. What is your size?”
B: “I believe I am a six.”
A: “Here you go.”
B: “Would you have any necklace that would go well with this?”
A: “Actually, we have a few to choose from. They are over here.”
B: “There’s no price tag on this necklace.”
A: “Oh. I’m sorry. I’ll check the price for you. It is $199.”
B: “This necklace is a little short. Do you have one that is longer?”
A: “Yes. Why don’t you try this one on.”
B: “This one is much better. Can I try on the ring with this necklace?”
A: “Sure. Here you go.”
B: “Let me think about it.”
A: “Sure. Take your time.”
B: “Thank you for all the help.”
A: “No problem at all.”

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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