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    Hi every one
    I'm to improve some learners listening skill and this via some recordings of English language, but I'm in shortage, ie, I need some links useful to make these learners listen to English native speakers talking about food, study, weather, shoppind......I mean everyday life
    (I'm not really used to the net and this is the problem, each time I try, I get lost)
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    I would be so much grateful
    Thank you in advance

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    Nobody will help. Decide more certaily what you want. Level, British/American. And so on. You don't have a good library in your city? It could save a lot of time.

    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grablevskij View Post
    Nobody will help. Decide more certaily what you want. Level, British/American. And so on. You don't have a good library in your city? It could save a lot of time.

    Michael

    Hello
    Since I joined an English speaking forum, I think it's obvious I mean English
    Talking about level, let's us say intermediate
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    Quote Originally Posted by sum1 View Post
    Hello
    Since I joined an English speaking forum, I think it's obvious I mean English
    Talking about level, let's us say intermediate
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    Not obvious. There is British English, American English, Australian English and others.

    Do you want a specific English or just anything in English? If you can let us know that, we can probably suggest sites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    Not obvious. There is British English, American English, Australian English and others.

    Do you want a specific English or just anything in English? If you can let us know that, we can probably suggest sites.

    British English, That's what I want
    Thanks

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