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*Lesson 1 – 100*
1. Louis Pasteur – 00:03
2. Psychology – 03:06
3. Corruption – 06:29
4. Canada : Provinces and Territories – 09:15
5. Two Great Artists : Leonardo and Michelangelo – 13:29
6. The Viking – 16:46
7. William Shakespeare – 19:52
8. Ice Hockey – 22:54
9. Chinese People in North America – 25:23
10. The History of the English Language – 28:34
11. African Slavery in the Americas – 31:24
12. Worries About Physical Appearance – 34:28
13. Physical Fitness – 37:10
14. The History of Trial By July – 40:38
15. Benjamin Franklin – 43:44
16. Preservation of Forests – 46:57
17. Violence on Television – 50:06
18. The Inuit – 53:07
19. Kings and Queens of England – 56:18
20. Alcohol – 59:46
21. The Origins of Canada and The United States – 1:02:48
22. Hawaii – 1:06:08
23. Charles Darwin – 1:09:33
24. Jazz – 1:12:55
25. Australia : Nature – 1:16:18
26. Australia : People – 1:19:36
27. The Earth Revolves Around the Sun – 1:22:54
28. George Washington Carver – 1:26:07
29. The Rights of the Accused – 1:29:15
30. New York City – 1:32:50
31. California – 1:36:02
32. Drug Use Among Athletes – 1:39:11
33. Scotland – 1:42:12
34. London – 1:45:13
35. Soccer – 1:47:43
36. Extinctions – 1:50:20
37. Obesity and Nutrition – 1:53:29
38. Sexual Harassment – 1:56:16
39. Cultural Differences : Individualism and Collectivism – 1:59:18
40. The Protestant Reformation – 2:02:10
41. Modern Engineering Wonders – 2:04:49
42. Anne Sullivan and Helen Keller – 2:08:03
43. The Automobile, or Car – 2:11:00
44. Sexual Attitude and Behavior – 2:14:28
45. The Mississippi River – 2:17:37
46. Doctors Without Borders – 2:20:45
47. Chicago – 2:23:58
48. Women and the Right to Vote – 2:26:56
49. Charles Dickens – 2:30:28
50. Samuel Clemens, or Mark Twain – 2:33:59
51. The Islands of the Caribbean – 2:37:18
52. North American Indians – 2:40:09
53. How the First World War Started – 2:43:34
54. Abraham Lincoln – 2:46:11
55. Two Great Musicians : Mozart and Beethoven – 2:49:43
56. Amelia Earhart – 2:53:16
57. Life in Academia – 2:56:52
58. Education Systems in Canada – 2:59:04
59. Business Education – 3:02:05
60. Strategic Uses of Information Technology – 3:05:18
61. E-Commerce – 3:08:11
62. The First Five Years of My Life in Canada – 3:11:28
63. Great Lakes – 3:14:24
64. Canadian Rocky Mountains – 3:16:56
65. For the Record – 3:19:34
66. Canadian Universities – 3:22:10
67. Banff National Park – 3:25:00
68. Sport Canada – 3:27:31
69. The National Hockey League – 3:30:05
70. Drug Use in Sport – 3:33:01
71. Participation – 3:35:44
72. The Olympic Games – 3:37:51
73. Sport in Canada – 3:40:27
74. Professional Sport in Canada – 3:43:40
75. Ned Hanlan – 3:46:39
76. Rowing – 3:49:09
77. Tiger Woods – 3:52:03
78. Globalization and Sport – 3:55:04
79. Women in Sport – 3:57:55
80. Sport and Television – 4:00:49
81. Nike – 4:03:33
82. Arthur Ashe – 4:06:24
83. Bjorn Borg – 4:08:59
84. “Babe” Didrikson – 4:11:29
85. The Dubin Inquiry – 4:13:56
86. FIFA – 4:17:01
87. International Olympic Committee – 4:19:37
88. Earvin “Magic” Johnson – 4:22:38
89. Michael Jordan – 4:24:55
90. Billie Jean King – 4:27:46
91. Marathon – 4:30:28
92. National Football League – 4:33:18
93. Jackie Robinson – 4:36:02
94. Title IX – 4:38:52
95. O. J. Simpson – 4:41:56
96. Fosbury Flop – 4:44:59
97. Free Agency – 4:46:59
98. New Zealand – 4:50:00
99. Track and Field – 4:53:06
100. Thomas Edison – 4:56:16

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39 thoughts on “English Listening Practice Level 3 – Listening English Comprehension with Subtitle

  1. [[ TOPICS ]]

    1. Greeting – 00:08

    2. Saying Goodbye – 01:40

    3. Making apologies – 02:32

    4. Introducing yourself and others – 03:37

    5. Thank you – 04:39

    6. Talking about time – 05:51

    7. Do you speak English? – 07:00

    8. Giving compliments – 08:12

    9. Making Complaints – 09:34

    10. Likes and dislikes – 10:58

    11. Certainty and Uncertainty – 11:31

    12. Making Invitations – 12:48

    13. Making Requests – 14:17

    14. Making Offers – 15:20

    15. Asking and Giving Permission – 16:25

    16. Making suggestions and giving advice – 17:37

    17. Expressing Sympathy – 18:55

    18. Asking for information – 19:55

    19. Guessing – 20:34

    20. Demanding explanations – 21:16

    21. Hopes and desires – 21:42

    22. Asking for Opinions – 22:20

    23. Giving Opinions – 23:01

    24. Making an Appointment – 24:10

    25. Fear and Anxiety – 25:22

    26. Making promises – 26:05

    27. Admitting mistakes – 26:54

    28. Expressing preferences – 27:53

    29. Expressing Cause and Effect – 28:49

    30. Talking about feelings – 29:53

    31. Making and Answering Phone Call – 30:44

    32. Making friends – 32:07

    33. Asking and giving directions – 32:58

    34. Talking about jobs and occupations – 34:07

    35. Agreeing and Disagreeing – 34:49

    36. Checking for Understanding-Asking for Clarification – 36:20

    37. Expressing Regret – 37:46

    38. Congratulations and Best Wishes – 38:31

    39. Expressing Obligation – 39:49

    40. Expressing Indifference – 40:55

    41. Interrupting people – 41:39

    42. Talking about health and Illness – 42:51

    43. Ability – 43:43

    44. Giving good news – 44:32

    45. Giving bad news – 45:22

    46. Expressing Disappointment – 46:18

    47. Asking and Giving Instructions – 47:02

    48. Expressing Prohibition – 48:12

    49. Expressing Shock – 48:57

    50. Blaming and Accusing – 49:25

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  3. Thanks for the lesson. Until now I found that I got better. But I could not capture some meaning with the along sentence and long speaking when I require to translate. So pleas kindly help me in this matter.

  4. my engish is actually well the only think that i listen to this conversation was to learn new think i do actually learn a lot of thinks about canada and also vikings i didnt knew how did chinse came in canada from many years ago and how now i know thankfulness

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