Practice English listening through dictation exercises

Dictation is a way to learn languages by listening to a person reading some text aloud and writing down what you hear. It is a highly effective method!

This website contains hundreds of dictation exercises to help English learners practice easily and improve quickly.

How you will learn here


listen

Listen to the audio

Through the exercises, you will have to listen a lot, that's the key to improve your listening skills in any learning methods.

type

Type what you hear

Typing what you hear forces you to focus on every detail which helps you become better at pronunciation, spelling and writing.

correct

Check and correct

Error correction is important for your listening accuracy and reading comprehension, it's best to learn from mistakes.

What's on this site?


exercises
Quality, interesting and fun exercises.
tools
Helpful tools to help learning more efficient.
tracking
Smart learning management system.
community
Active community where learners are connected.
Get started now, it's free!

Testimonials


P. Vo


This site helped me to improve my spelling A LOT, I definitely recommend it!

nkhuy1609


After all the challenging challenges, I'm not challenged by English anymore! Thanks!

Amerigo Mancino


Great learning experience! I'm confident to take the IELTS test now.

Frequently Asked Questions


How much does this site cost?

It's completely free.

Is this website for beginners?

As long as you can understand this page, you're good to go! But it's better if you know basic English pronunciation, if you don't, watch this YouTube series.

How long will it take to become fluent with this website?

It depends on many things (such as your current level, how many hours you will spend each day). I can only say that your English will improve very quickly with this method.

Will my speaking skills improve using this method?

Speaking and listening skills are related together, once you have better listening skills, it's much easier and faster to improve your speaking skills.

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