English for Intermediate Students - CEFR B2 - Lesson 5 of 25

Adverb Placement

Read and listen to four conversations using the grammar.

Conversation 1

Man: Have you ever been to Europe?
Woman: I haven’t technically been there, but I had a layover in Paris.
Man: That doesn’t really count, does it?
Woman: No, but I'm hopefully going next year.
Man: Oh, yeah? Where are you planning on going?
Woman: I’m tentatively planning on going to Spain.
Man: Oh, Spain is definitely worth the visit.

Conversation 2

Man: What are you doing this weekend?
Woman: I will probably stay home. What about you?
Man: I’m most likely going to stay home too.
Woman: Oh, yeah? Do you want to do something?
Man: No, I'm really looking forward to just relaxing at home.
Woman: Suit yourself.

Conversation 3

Man: Have you tried the new Italian restaurant?
Woman: No, is it any good?
Man: Yes, you should definitely check it out.
Woman: What do you recommend?
Man: Well, I especially recommend the ravioli. It is mouth-watering good.
Woman: Thanks, I'll surely give it a look.

Conversation 4

Man: So, did you get the results of your test score?
Woman: No, but I've been anxiously awaiting the results.
Man: I'm sure you did fine.
Woman: I’m not so sure. This test was definitely harder than the last one.
Man: I wouldn’t worry about it. I hear all the students eventually pass the class anyway.
Woman: That’s not true. You’re sadly mistaken.


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Answer these questions about the interview.


More Grammar Conversations for Intermediate Students (2)

Grammar Listening Practice

                        Simple Passive
B2-01 Simple Passive
All the food is cooked with organic ingredients.

                        Past Passive
B2-02 Past Passive
It was built about 30 years ago.

B2-03 Was
                        able to
B2-03 Was able to
I wasn’t able to answer all the questions.

B2-04 Was
                        going to
B2-04 Was going to
I was going to go there.

                        Adverb Placement
B2-05 Adverb Placement
I haven’t technically been there.

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