Visting New York

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new yorkVisiting New York listening practice for the Cambridge Assessment English A2 Flyers (YLE) exam where you will hear a teacher talking to her class about visiting New York. Write the correct word in the spaces.

Visiting New YorkTranscriptVocabulary

Listen and look. There is one example.

Teacher: Good morning, children. I’m going to go somewhere very exciting next week. Ask me some questions about what I’m going to do, then write down what I say. OK, who wants to ask me something?
Student: Hey Miss Baker, can I ask a question?
Teacher: Sure, so Daisy what’s your question?
Student: So, where are you going to go, Miss Baker?
Teacher: Well, I’m going to go to my favourite city, New York

Can you see the answer? Now you listen and write.

Teacher: That sounds so cool. What’re you gonna do in New York? 
Student: What shall I colour next then?
Teacher: Good question. There’s a lot to do in New York, I’m going to visit a museum because I love history.
Student: And where are you going to stay?
Teacher: I’m going to stay in a lovely hotel really near to the park.
Student: And what’s the name of the hotel?
Teacher: Well, it’s called the Center Hotel.
Student: Is that spelt C-E-N-T-E-R.
Teacher: That’s right. Did you know it’s quite expensive to stay there?
Student: Really, so, who’s going to go with you?
Teacher: I’m going to go with my sister. I always go on holiday with her. Any more questions?
Student: Yeah, how long are you going to stay in New York Miss Baker?
Teacher: Well, I’m going to go from Monday to Sunday, so that’s six days. Anything else?
Student: And … are you going to drive to New York?
Teacher: No, I don’t have a car, so I’m going to go by train.

Now listen to this part again.

Here are words and phrases from this activity.

  • Ask me some questions?
  • favourite city
  • go by train
  • holiday/vacation
  • lovely hotel
  • near the park
  • quite expensive
  • visit a museum
  • visiting New York
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