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Directions Through Town (2)
Travel and Sightseeing
Basic Level
I. Pre-Listening Exercises
II. Listening Exercises
IIII. Post-Listening Exercises

I. Pre-Listening Exercises [Top]

Travel and sightseeing are always fun, but if you find yourself lost in a new city on vacation, you will probably have to ask for directions. Understanding directions is a big part of this. Look at the expressions below and be sure to understand the meaning of the places on the map before you begin the listening activity:

- across from
- behind
- between
- in front of
- near
- next to
- opposite
City Map

SAMPLE SENTENCES:
  • Excuse me? Could you tell me where the pharmacy is?
    >>> Uh, let's see. I think it's opposite the post office.
citystreet


II. Listening Exercises [Top]
Listen by pressing the "Play Audio" button. Then, choose TRUE or FALSE for each sentence, which may be missing one or more words. Press the "Final Score" button to check your quiz.

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1. The _______________ is between the museum and the supermarket.
A. True
C. False

2. The _________________ is across from _______________.
A. True
C. False

3. The high school _______________________________________.
A. True
C. False

4. The art gallery ______________________ the stadium.
A. True
C. False

City Map

5. ______________________________________________.
A. True
C. False

6. ______________________________________________.
A. True
C. False

7. ______________________________________________.
A. True
C. False

8. ______________________________________________.
A. True
C. False

City Map

9. ______________________________________________.
A. True
C. False

10. ____________________________________________.
A. True
C. False


Score =
Correct answers:

Listen to the sentences again as you read the Quiz Script.

III. Post-Listening Exercises [Top]

Draw a neighborhood map of the area where you live (or a place you know well like a school or your work). Write the names of buildings and stores in the area. Then, talk about the map. Another idea is to find a map of a famous area or place in your city and tell a partner how to get there from other locations (for example, your home).

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