9) Intermediate Dictation Practice

Esercizi di dettato in lingua inglese

L’audio consiste in 50 frasi di dettato, slegate tra di loro. Ogni frase viene letto due volte. Usa la pausa sul player per darti il tempo per scrivere la frase dopo la prima lettura e per aggiustarla, se necessario, dopo la seconda lettura. Le versioni corrette si trovano in fondo alla pagina. Una volta svolto il dettato, la traccia audio può essere utilizzata anche come esercizio di pronuncia, ascoltando e ripetendo le frasi con o senza il testo davanti.

Per chi è già ben avviato al livello intermediate (B1/B2)



1) She’s still trying to find a quicker way of doing it.

2) We’d never have known if they hadn’t written to us.

3) Could you just let me know when they’re about to start.

4) I thought he was joking when he told us his name.

5) Someone must have been listening to you all the time.

6) There’s no rush. We won’t be starting before next month.

7) You’ll have to take your place in the queue like the others.

8) Don’t worry, it’ll all sort itself out in the end.

9) There should be a bread knife in the second drawer down.

10) Perhaps you should try lying down for half an hour.

11) They’re not causing anybody any trouble for the moment.

12) Don’t let that kind of thing get in your way.

13) We were all having a great time till Tom showed up.

14) They’ve been putting pressure on her since the deal was signed.

15) I can lend you a few old blankets if you think that might help.

16) There must be a quicker way of getting there.

17) There’s a pretty good chance you’ll get away with it.

18) Put your best suit on, mate, we’re on our way.

19) If you don’t know, then I don’t know who does.

20) You could have rung to let me know you were coming.

21) Give me another chance and I’ll find an answer for you.

22) We kept telling them it was unnecessary but they insisted.

23) I’d love to have heard what he said to them.

24) Don’t you ever wonder what must have happened here?

25) It must have slipped out of my pocket somehow.

26) I’ll never get used to living in such a noisy town.

27) Could you just wait here a moment while I get my things?

28) There’s no rerason why we shouldn’t get going now.

29) Just throw them all away and buy some more.

30) I’m just calling to let you all know I’m back again.

31) There must be another way out of here somewhere.

32) Some of those pieces of wood would be useful for the fire.

33) Don’t you ever wonder why they put these here?

34) You have to pay quite a lot for the complete version.

35) Don’t tell me you’ve got another traffic fine.

36) Leave it over there and I’ll do it after this one.

37) Are you really thinking of giving up after all you’ve done?

38) He’s left it all for me to do before Tuesday.

39) Is there any reason for not letting him have a go?

40) Come and stay with us for a while if you like.

41) Jane went straight up to him and told him what she thought.

42) I’ve got a funny feeling no one’s going to show up this morning.

43) It’ll take us the best part of an hour to get through all this paperwork.

44) I’ll bear it in mind the next time I come down this way.

45) They still haven’t told me what I’m supposed to be doing.

46) There’s an ink stain in the bottom left hand corner.

47) You couldn’t have chosen a worse time to visit them.

48) There are a few more chairs in the cupboard under the stairs.

49) Three of my colleagues got quite a nice pay rise last month.

50) Someone will have to pay for all this damage.



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