Biggest Achievements – Esercizio Ascolto Inglese B1/B2
Put your English listening skills to the test with this exercise for levels B1 and B2 for English language learners.
Have you ever gone through a difficult period in your life? How did it feel? How about when the period was over?
Listen to the three speakers, all with US American English accents, and try to fill in the blanks to see how strong your English comprehension is.
Before you get to the exercise, have a listen (or two) to the audio about the three stories and try to extract some information as you learn.
Biggest Achievements - Fill in the Blank English Quiz
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Test your English listening knowledge with the following exercise!
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After listening to the audio above, read the following text and fill in the blanks with the correct answers that you heard.
A: You really have to ((fight)) to get anything in life, those are my ((thoughts)). I studied to be a doctor, and it was the hardest thing I’ve ever done. After the first year, I spent so much time in the library and in class, I was just ((exhausted)) and didn’t think I could ((go on)). However, after all the hard work, I was ((thrilled)) when I finally graduated and became a real doctor! 5 years later, I’m still ((on top of the world))
B: I get ((frustrated)) when I don’t get results immediately, so sometimes I ((quit)) before I reach my goals. When I was a competitive swimmer, it was hard to spend so much time in the pool. I was always ((on edge)) with my coaches because they pushed me so hard, but when I won the state championship, it was easy to ((forget)) about all those problems.
C: I was so ((annoyed)) because I always watched other people ((take credit)) for my ideas. Working in an office is difficult in that way. I was really ((upset)) when they chose someone else for a big promotion instead of me, so I decided to quit and start my own ((company)), and now we’re a successful international corporation! Nothing ((compares)) to that.