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    Listen to the audio track from the film

    I want to write instructions for a listening exercise. The students are to listen to a recorded fragment from a film where the actors both talk and sing (so it isn't just a conversation). How should I give the instructions?
    1) Listen to the fragment from the film "My Fair Lady" and ...
    2) Listen to the audio track from the film "My Fair Lady" and ...

    Could you help?
    If I were a native speaker of English, I would never shut up. :-)

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    Re: Listen to the audio track from the film

    Quote Originally Posted by englishhobby View Post
    I want to write instructions for a listening exercise. The students are to listen to a recorded fragment from a film where the actors both talk and sing (so it isn't just a conversation). How should I give the instructions?
    1) Listen to the fragment from the film "My Fair Lady" and ...
    2) Listen to the audio track from the film "My Fair Lady" and ...

    Could you help?
    "Listen to/watch the clip from the film" is idiomatic.

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