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    audio files of international English

    Hello,

    I teach business English in an international company. My clients are struggling with conference calls primarily with colleagues who are not native English speakers. I would like to find audio files, with scripts (preferably business topics) that I can download or buy, in order to help train them to understand English accents.

    Do you know of any websites or sources to help me?

    Thank you!

    Dunda

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    #2

    Re: audio files of international English

    What are their levels?

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    #3

    Re: audio files of international English

    Listening - ESL Web Directory - UsingEnglish.com - have a look at sites like ELLLO.


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    Re: audio files of international English

    They are mainly upper-intermediate to advanced students, so the listening recordings should be of non-native English speakers with strong/heavy accents (preferably from India, Japan and Korea.

    The EOLLL site mentioned would be too easy for them and they are not in a business context.

    Any ideas would be great!


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    Re: audio files of international English

    They are mainly upper-intermediate to advanced students, so the listening recordings should be of non-native English speakers with strong/heavy accents (preferably from India, Japan and Korea.

    The EOLLL site mentioned would be too easy for them and they are not in a business context.

    Any ideas would be great!


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    Re: audio files of international English

    They are mainly upper-intermediate to advanced students, so the listening recordings should be of non-native English speakers with strong/heavy accents (preferably from India, Japan and Korea.

    The ELLLO site mentioned would be too easy for them and they are not in a business context.

    Any ideas would be great!

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