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English Dictation Practice Exercise #3: Transportation

English Learners,

Are you interested in learning more about transportation? Now you can improve your comprehension and writing accuracy with this dictation activity:

English Dictation Practice #3 – Transportation

Step 1: Get a pencil and paper ready, and prepare to write 10 sentences in English.
Step 2: Click on the “Play” button on the audio-player below, and write down each sentence as clearly and as correctly as possible. Remember, you only hear each sentence 3-times, so pay close attention to the audio recording, and write as quickly and as correctly as possible.

Step 3: Review the sentences you just wrote for proper spelling, punctuation, and capitalization.
Step 4: Click here to review the answers: English Dictation Practice Review #3 – Transportation
Step 5: If you made many mistakes, remember that you can learn from your mistakes. You can always do this activity again to check your progress.

English Dictation Practice Review #3: Transportation

Now you can check your English listening and writing accuracy. Check your answers for English Dictation Practice #3 – “Transportation” with the answer key below. You’re also encouraged to listen to the audio recording: English Dictation Practice Review #3 – “Transportation” shared below.

This English Dictation Practice is actually more difficult than the previous activities because the sentences are longer:
— Average of 16 words per sentence.
— The shortest sentence is 10 words.
— The longest sentence is 24 words.
(Remember, students in American high-schools are asked to write sentences that are an average of 10 words or more.)

English Dictation Practice Exercise #3: Transportation

  1. Driving your car to and from work during traffic time is quite stressful. (13 words)
  2. It costs a lot of money to own and maintain a car. (12 words)
  3. Some people prefer to spend more money on a luxury car. (11 words)
  4. Some people prefer economy cars because they cost less to own and maintain. (13 words)
  5. Many people take the train for short and long distances. (10 words)
  6. People who don’t own cars often take public transportation to go to work and do their shopping. (17 words)
  7. Traveling by bus can be quite comfortable when you can find a seat and it’s not crowded. (17 words)
  8. A few lucky people live close to work and school, so they don’t need to drive or use public transportation. (20 words)
  9. Some people who live on islands or near rivers and lakes have to take a ferry to get to work. (20 words)
  10. When you ride your bicycle to do your shopping and go to work, you help solve the pollution problem and help improve your health. (24 words)

How well did you do on this activity? Did you enjoy this activity? Which other topics would you like us to share here? Would you like us to include longer (more words) or shorter (less words) during future activities? Would you like us to share words that are longer (more letters) or shorter (less letters)? Let us know your constructive thoughts by adding a comment in the “Comments Section” below.

English Dictation Practice Review #2: At the Doctor

Now you can check your English listening and writing accuracy. Check your answers for English Dictation Practice #2 – “At the Doctor” with the answer key below. You’re also encouraged to listen to the audio recording: English Dictation Practice Review #2 – “At the Doctor” shared below.

Dictation Practice Exercise #2: At the Doctor

  1. The doctor will see you now. (6 words)
  2. When I feel sick, I don’t want to go to work. (11 words)
  3. If you don’t feel well, you need to take care of yourself. (12 words)
  4. How often do you get sick? (6 words)
  5. Some people only go see a doctor when they’re sick. (10 words)
  6. It’s important to schedule regular medical check-ups. (7 words)
  7. You can prevent illness by eating healthy foods often and exercising regularly. (12 words)
  8. It’s important to follow the doctor’s orders. (7 words)
  9. Doctors prescribe medicine to patients who are sick. (8 words)
  10. If you get a prescription from your doctor, you need to take it to the pharmacist to get the medicine that you need. (23 words)

How well did you do on this activity? Did you enjoy this activity? Which other topics would you like us to share here? Would you like us to include longer (more words) or shorter (less words) during future activities? Would you like us to share words that are longer (more letters) or shorter (less letters)? Let us know your constructive thoughts by adding a comment in the “Comments Section” below.

English Dictation Practice #2: At the Doctor

Do you have a favorite doctor you visit on an ongoing basis? Now you can improve your comprehension and writing accuracy with this dictation activity:

English Dictation Practice #2 – At the Doctor

Step 1: Get a pencil and paper ready, and prepare to write 10 sentences in English.
Step 2: Click on the “Play” button on the audio-player below, and write down each sentence as clearly and as correctly as possible. Remember, you only hear each sentence 3-times, so pay close attention to the audio recording, and write as quickly and as correctly as possible.

Step 3: Review the sentences you just wrote for proper spelling, punctuation, and capitalization.
Step 4: Click here to review the answers: English Dictation Practice Review #2 – At the Doctor
Step 5: If you made many mistakes, remember that you can learn from your mistakes. You can always do this activity again to check your progress.

English Dictation Practice #1 – “I Love Music”

People judge you by how you write. You need to write clear and complete sentences, using proper spelling, capitalization, and punctuation. Each day we will share a different learning opportunity to help you improve your writing.

Do you love music? Now you can improve your comprehension and writing accuracy with this dictation activity:

English Dictation Practice #1 – “I Love Music”

Step 1: Get a pencil and paper ready, and prepare to write 10 sentences in English.
Step 2: Click on the “Play” button on the audio-player below, and write down each sentence as clearly and as correctly as possible. Remember, you only hear each sentence 3-times, so pay close attention to the audio recording, and write as quickly and as correctly as possible.

Step 3: Review the sentences you just wrote for proper spelling, punctuation, and capitalization.
Step 4: Click here to review the answers: English Dictation Practice Review #1 – “I Love Music”
Step 5: If you made many mistakes, remember that you can learn from your mistakes. You can always do this activity again to check your progress.

English Dictation Practice Review #1 – “I Love Music”

Now you can check your English listening and writing accuracy. Check your answers for English Dictation Practice #1 – “I Love Music” with the answer key below. You’re also encouraged to listen to the audio recording: English Dictation Practice Review #1 – “I Love Music” shared below.

English Dictation Practice #1 – “I Love Music”
1. I enjoy listening to music. (5 words)
2. I love singing along with my favorite songs. (8 words)
3. My favorite American singer is Elvis Presley. (7 words)
4. I love dancing and listening to Turkish music. (8 words)
5. When I was much younger, I used to listen to heavy metal. (12 words)
6. Sometimes I like to whistle along with my favorite songs. (10 words)
7. One of my favorite male singers is Enrico Macias. (9 words)
8. One of my favorite female singers is Alicia Keys. (9 words)
9. One of my favorite songs is “Love Me Tender” by Elvis Presley. (12 words)
10. I like music videos with English lyrics because I can understand the songs better and improve my pronunciation as well. (20 words)

How well did you do on this activity? Did you enjoy this activity? Which other topics would you like us to share here? Would you like us to include longer (more words) or shorter (less words) during future activities? Would you like us to share words that are longer (more letters) or shorter (less letters)? Let us know your constructive thoughts by adding a comment in the “Comments Section” below.

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