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On this page, there are a number of short, once-sentence dictation exercises. The audio comes from old-time American radio programs and audio books.

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Dictation #1

  • landlord means the owner of the house or apartment that someone pays rent to.

Dictation #2

  • Richmond is the name of a town.

Dictation #3

  • …from and around Chicago. This is not grammatical, but sometimes that happens in natural speech. He probably meant to say something like “…from OR around Chicago.”

Dictation #4

  • claim is a very formal word meaning say.