Intermediate English Listening Practice for English Learners - Dracula By Bram Stoker - 2

Intermediate English Listening Practice for English Learners - Dracula By Bram Stoker - 2

 

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English Listening Comprehension Exercise for Intermediate Learners: Dracula by Bram Stoker

Chapter 1, Part 2 (Adapted Version)

Description: This is an (lower) intermediate English listening comprehension/ fill in the blanks exercise, which you can either do online or download as .doc file to work on your computer. Also available for download are the audio file (.mp3) as well as the Answer Sheet (including quiz questions) below.
Topic: Dracula by Bram Stoker (novels)
Check out Part 1 here

So far in the story: Jonathan Harker is a lawyer, who also finds houses for rich people. His new client Count Dracula from Transylvania, wanted a big house near London, and when Harker found him a house, the Count asked Jonathan to visit him in his castle to sign the papers for the house. Jonathan did not want to go, because he was busy and was getting married in the autumn. However, Mina (Jonathan’s future wife) told him he should go. Here’s what she said next:

 

1. Listen and fill in the blanks.

2. Match the words with their meaning.

 

3. Answer the questions:

1. Mina told Jonathan that he would be back home?
2. Jonathan left England:
3. What did Mina give him to read on the train?

 
 

4. Jonathan reached the small town of Bistritz on:
5. What was the weather like when Jonathan arrived in Bistritz?
6. How many hours did he have to wait before he could continue his journey?
7. What language did the innkeeper speak?
8. What was Jonathan drinking in the inn?
9. What did Jonathan ask the innkeeper?
10. What did the innkeeper answer?


 

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