Do you like robots? Robots used to be found only in books and films, but now they can be found at work and even at home.
This dictation exercise talks about the good and bad parts of robots.
- (especially in science fiction) a machine resembling a human being and able to replicate certain human movements and functions automatically.E.g. the robot closed the door behind us
- another term for crawler.
- a set of automatic traffic lights.E.g. waiting at a robot I caught the eye of a young woman
You're listening to Joanna
She has an American accent and expects you to use American spelling.
Listen to the complete text from start to finish.
One day, people say that robots will do all the work. I think this will be good and bad. I will be happy if the robots do the hard work, but how will we know what they do every day? Will the robots have too much work and will they need new robots to help them? Will the robots one day take over? I hope not!
Now listen to the slower version and type what you hear into the text box.
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