tutorStudy Options
Improve your vocabulary, listening or reading skills with the quizzes below.
Vocabulary Quiz
in poverty • disease • resolve
priority • budget
  1. We have to a few issues with this product before we try to sell it.
  2. Before we make a plan I need to know which your biggest is; money or fame.
  3. A vacation isn't really in my right now.
  4. I can't wait to graduate from school and get a real job. I'm tired of living .
  5. He has a very rare that causes his teeth to fall out.
Comprehension Quiz
Answer the following questions about the interview.
VideoVideo Response
Should we go to space?
More English Sites by ELLLO
ellloclass.org
Online Speaking Course
soundgrammar.com
Grammar Lessons
Other Languages by ELLLO
spanishlistening.org
Learn Spanish
image
Mixer #112 Favorite City
Listen as a group of people talk about their favorite city.
  • Transcript
  • Audio Slide Show
  • Vocabulary
notes
Audio notes are simple, spoken, downloadable explanations of key vocabulary and phrases from the audio. Learn more about them at the audio notes tutorial page here.

stereotypically

All the things that are stereotypically Mexican come from my city.

Stereotypes are opinions about cultures or people common, but they are not always true. Note the samples.

  1. Just because I'm tall, everyone stereotypes me as being a great basketball player, but I'm not.
  2. Tokyo is a stereotypically Japanese place to visit. It looks just like what you see in movies.

year round

You can do outdoor sports year round.

If you can do something year round it means that you are not limited by bad weather. Here are two samples.

  1. Basketball is a year round sport because you can play indoors and outdoors.
  2. In many places, baseball can not be played year round because it's not fun to play in the winter.

definitely

My favorite city is definitely Brussels.

Definitely means that you are 100% sure about what you are saying. Notice the following.

  1. I definitely like chocolate more than vanilla.
  2. I'll definitely be at your party on Saturday.

to start with

Well to start with, we speak two languages in Brussels.

To start with means that you are going to say something now and you are also going to say something else. It is the same as saying "first of all,..." Here are a couple of examples.

  1. I have many things to do today. To start with, I have to do my laundry.
  2. There are three reasons why I don't like TV. To start with, you usually have to sit through commercials.

familiar

My favorite city is Pusan because I'm more familiar with it.

If you are familiar with something it means that you know it very well. Notice the following.

  1. I'm very familiar with the Harry Potter books because I've read all of them twice.
  2. I'm not familiar with that word. What does it mean?

Learn Grammar

Download all the audio interviews from 1 to 1200 in one easy purchase

1100+ MP3 files

1100+ PDF Files

Free Gift!

Product Details

Vocabulary on MP3

Get over 2000 words as elllo audio notes. Learn key words easily and quickly

2000+ MP3 files

500+ PDF Files

Free Gift!

Product Details

Learn Spanish

Get all the elllo interviews as printable PDF worksheets for offline study

1100+ PDF files

Printable Worksheets

Free Gift!

Product Details

Follow Us
facebook facebook facebook