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CALFNES Lesson 62b

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CALFNES Exercise in Listening to English


  1. Mark the first of the following three sections of text (number 3) and copy it to the clipboard.
  2. Minimize Microsoft Word.
  3. Open TALK IT ( EXE ).
  4. Paste the text to the TALK IT window.
  5. Listen for a while to the text.
  6. Reopen Microsoft Word.
  7. Mark the second section of text (number 4) and copy it to the clipboard.
  8. Reopen TALK IT.
  9. Paste the text to the TALK IT window.
  10. Listen for a while to the text.
  11. Reopen Microsoft Word.
  12. Mark the third section of text (number 5) and copy it to the clipboard.
  13. Reopen TALK IT.
  14. Paste the text to the TALK IT window.
  15. Listen for a while to the text.
  16. Close TALK IT.
  17. Reopen Microsoft Word and print the page.


You spoke to your friend.

You did not speak to your friend.

Did you speak to your friend?

He spoke English very well.

He did not speak English very well.

Did he speak English very well?


La tarea

He spoke both English and Spanish.

I spoke with her whenever I could.

They spoke about their grand children often.

You spoke to the teacher every class.

Juan spoke to his girl friend by telephone.

Maria and I did not speak loudly.

We did not speak to the children.

He didn’t speak English.

Did he speak to the students?

Did they speak often with their friends in Mexico?

Did Gabriela speak to her sister?



Did you speak to the other students? Yes, I spoke to them before the class.

Did the teacher speak clearly when he taught the class? Yes, he spoke very clearly.

We understood him when he spoke .

Did the other students speak to you? No, they didn’t speak to me unless I spoke to them.


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Copyright 2008, by the Contributing Authors. Cite/attribute Resource . admin. (2005, February 11). CALFNES Lesson 62b. Retrieved January 08, 2011, from Free Online Course Materials — USU OpenCourseWare Web site: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License Creative Commons License