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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

ESL Halloween Listening with "Friends"

I was planning to write a whole new post about Halloween this year, but life got in the way.            (That's an expression that means I got too busy, or something happened to prevent me from doing something.) In my case, I got sick.  

Still there's no reason not to have a little fun! Here are a few videos from last year. I hope you enjoy them!. 


HALLOWEEN WITH FRIENDS 





Halloween is the second biggest holiday in North America after Christmas, but Americans and Canadians are not the only people who love celebrating. 

Research shows that more than 100 countries around the world have their own forms of Halloween festivities. These countries may not spend as much money on the actual event, but many of them have just as  much fun.  

Many of you may not celebrate Halloween yourselves, but you may enjoy watching Halloween scenes from some of your favourite TV shows or scary movies. 


Sit back, watch the shows and try to answer the questions.  Have a great Halloween.


Here's another listening from the television show "Frasier" 


And finally: 
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