Home > London Marathon Listening ExerciseLondon Marathon Listening ExerciseShare this 3.3 (4)A2 Listening ExerciseLondon Marathon Listening Exercise at an A2 Pre-Intermediate Level. Listening practice to talk about a sports event.The vocabulary for the London Marathon Listening Exercise is taken from the recommended word list for Cambridge Assessment English A2 Key examination.Play the video and answer the question when prompted.More activities associated with education:Teen HobbiesSports Word SearchSport CrosswordLondon Marathon Listening ExerciseA2 Leisure Word PuzzleEspecially helpful are exercises that are focussed on a theme or topic as these provide word retention practice so you can be confident to read, write, speak and listen successfully.A2 Listening ExercisesThese exercises providing word retention focussing on the English that you need to use to communicate successfully in your world.London Marathon Listening ExerciseDoing puzzles like the ones we have on this website will be useful for you as you try to remember new words in a different language.A2 Word PuzzleThese exercise will help you to retain new words in a different language.A2 Documents and Texts Word PuzzleA2 Health Word PuzzleRemember that the more words you use and understand, the better your day-to-day vocabulary will become.A2 Word SearchesFor this reason, word searches provide an excellent way to help to reinforce spellings in your mind.Body Word SearchNationality Word SearchGeography Word SearchEntertainment Word SearchWord puzzles require not just a good vocabulary and a knack for spelling, but the ability to think logically and strategically, particularly in the case of crossword puzzles.A2 Crossword PuzzlesThis means that these crossword puzzles give you a way to think about how to spell and link words correctly to complete the task.Halloween CrosswordTravel CrosswordHealth CrosswordLeisure CrosswordLearning English requires not just a good vocabulary, but a basic foundation of English grammar to communicate well.A2 Grammar ExercisesSo why not try our grammar exercises, these give you the practice to be confident in communicating in English at this level.Feelings ExercisesArticle ExercisesAdverbs Word SearchA2 Phrasal Verbs Word PuzzleIt is important once you have a basic level of English that you can combine your knowledge of vocabulary and grammar to understand and produce pieces of text.A2 Text TypesHere we provide you with types of text that you are expected to read and write at this level of English.Surprised Teacher Short StorySchool Work EmailThings have Changed EmailFacebook News Article How useful were these activities? Click on a trophy to rate them! Submit Rating Average rating 3.3 / 5. Vote count: 4 No votes so far! Be the first to rate this post.