English audio course
Dear Listener, more and more people in the world are learning English. English is the mother tongue of many countries not only Great Britain and the United States, but Canada, Australia an
Getting to know each other
Hello everybody, how are you today? I'm fine because when you are listening to this CD our new English class has started. This means I will meet new interesting people from Saxony or other
Hello everyone, this is Sue from English Online again. How are you doing? Today I'm going to tell you something about my daily activities.
I usually get up at about 6:30 and the
Hello everyone, in this session we will practise the English alphabet. It's very important for you to spell the names of people and addresses properly.
The letters of the Englis
The letters in the second group sound similar to the word "see":
B, C, D, E, G, P, T, V.
The letters in the third group sound similar to the word ten:
Now, can you spell your name? My name is spelled as follows:
D, A, R, V, I, L, L, (or double L) E.
My first name is Sue, that's spelled:
S, U, E.
Now, what about the following abbreviations? Do you know what they stand for? Do you know what they mean?
IBM, FOB, OPEC, VIP, EU, VDU, EDP, CIF, JAL, AGM, FBI, IT, WTO, VCR.
Companies usually have ISDN connections so their telephone number can have many extensions. Each extension is assigned to one person in the organization which makes it possible to call tha