- Recent Ones
- Study with the "Listen and Read Along" Machine
- 090523 - May 23, 2009 (Memorial Day Weekend)
- 090509 - May 9, 2009
- 090425 - April 25, 2009
- 090418 - April 18, 2009
- 090411 - April 11, 2009
- 090404 - April 4, 2009 (Noisy)
- 090328 - March 28, 2009
- 090321 - March 21, 2009
- 090314 - March 14, 2009
- 090307 - March 7, 2009
- Earlier Ones
What You Can Do Here
- For Advanced Students of English as a Second Language
- You can listen to each sentence or phrase multiple times to help you comprehend what is being said.
- You can use this program for a "listen and repeat" practice to help you master natural American intonation, rhythm patterns and pronunciation.
- Words that you don't know can be "copied and pasted" into your favorite online dictionary.
- For Native English Speakers
- You can use this to learn how to mimic Barack Obama.
- You can use this to help you study how to give effective speeches.
About the "Listen and Read Along" Machine
- The audio is split into sentences or phrases at pauses of 0.6 seconds or more.
- The default number of repeats is 3. The options are: 1, 2, 3, 4 or Endless.
- One effective way to use this is to put it on "endless" play, then move to the next sentence or phrase when you are ready by clicking the "forward" button.
About the Weekly Address
This is part of Interesting Things for ESL Students.
Copyright © 2009 by Charles Kelly