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Future Jobs Listening Exercise. You will hear Matt talking to his mom about the jobs his friends want to do when they leave school, you have to listen and choose the correct answers to the questions. This provides practice for Listening Part 5 of the A2 Key examination.

About 5-10 minutes.Listening to a conversation about future jobs.Developing stages of learning English.
Listen to the recording twice.
Listening ExerciseTranscript

Matt: Mom, we talked about different jobs in class today, and I’m surprised about the jobs some of my friends want to do.
Mom: So Matt, what do you want to do?
Matt: You know I love cooking, so I’d like to work in a famous hotel or have my own restaurant one day.
Mom: Great idea. What job does Maria want to do?
Matt: She wants to work at the hospital. Her mum’s a nurse there, but she wants to take care of people’s teeth.
Mom: That’s a good job. Mateo wants to be an engineer, doesn’t he?
Matt: Not now, he wants to show tourists around different places in Spain.
Mom: Oh! And Emma?
Matt: She’s always helping her mom out. Remember, her mom’s got a clothes shop in town? And, she wants to do something in fashion and create new styles for people to wear.
Mom: She’ll be good at that. Does Amy still want to work in theatre?
Matt: Not right now. She told me she wants to write articles for the local newspaper first.
Mom: What about Harry? I heard he’s moving to Los Angeles next year.
Harry: Yes, he wants to be a big Hollywood star one day.
Mom: Wow! That’s exciting for him.
Harry: Yes, maybe he’ll come to my restaurant when he’s famous.

More exercises available:

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Part 2 - Listen to a monologue and complete gaps in a page of notes.

Part 3 - Listen to a conversation and choose the correct answer.

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Part 5 - Listen to a conversation and choose the correct answer.

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