In the last post, I talked about sentence stress. Here's a nice example of a short listening with nice and clearly stressed content words.
Ok, I admit I do have a soft spot for Leo and I think his Oscar acceptance speech where he talks about climate change was great.
Here's what to do: Listen and try to note down all the important information. You can repeat this as many times as you like. (There might be some vocabulary you don't know, just leave that out or write what you think you heard.)
Then download the transcript I've written and check.
My blog has changed! If you're looking for my English-practice exercises, they're all still here, just look in the archives.
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