Listening Game: Practice Listening with Youtube Videos (Ted Talks, Friends, etc)
Students, this is a game to help you improve your listening skills and English vocabulary with your favourite videos.
First, select a popular Youtube clip below to start the listening challenge.
TV Sitcom “Friends”
[Intermediate] Joey & Chandler become lazy (4:37)
[Intermediate] Joey’s Sister’s Problem Pt.1 (4:05)
[Intermediate] Joey’s Sister’s Problem Pt.2 (4:30)
[Intermediate] The Test Pt. 1 (4:47)
[Intermediate] The Test Pt. 2 (4:48)
TV Sitcom “How I Met Your Mother”
[Upper-Intermed] Pharma Girls (4:33)
[Upper-Intermed] Jennifer Lopez as Anita (5:27)
[Intermediate] Try something new for 30 days (3:20)
[Intermediate] The world’s English mania (4:27)
[Advanced] The danger of silence (4:16)
[Upper-Intermed] Keep your goals to yourself (3:13)
Other Videos (Speeches, Etc)
[Upp-Intermed.] Churchill – Their Finest Hour (End) (1:37)
[Advanced.] Stephen Merchant – Wedding Speech (Comedy/British English) (1:35)
[Upp-Intermed.] Steve Jobs – Graduation Speech Pt. 1 (5:15)
[Upp-Intermed.] Steve Jobs – Graduation Speech Pt. 2 (3:29)
[Upp-Intermed.] Steve Jobs – Graduation Speech Pt. 3 (5:43)
Instructions (Read First)
Click on one of the above videos (Friends, TED, etc). You must do this before the next step.
Press the Start Video button to begin the listening game.
As you listen, type the missing word for each sentence in the [sentence] area below this box.
You do not need to use your mouse to stop and start the video. It will automatically stop so you can type in the answer. To replay a sentence, use the ‘replay‘ button below.
If you enter the correct word, you will gain 100 points and the next sentence will appear. However, you will lose 25 points for replaying a sentence and 100 points for displaying the answer. Good luck!
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Every week, new videos will be added for you to practice. If you have any requests or technical difficulties, please leave a comment below.
— Listening Game designed by Matthew Barton of Englishcurrent.com
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