You’re going to hear the sounds of Victory Day celebration in Vladivostok (May 9, 2004). Above the background sounds you will hear three native English speakers reciting a list of 15 words that have to do with this day. They don’t speak the words in any particular order. Sometimes they talk at the same time. So you need to focus your listening skills.
The best way to do this activity is in teams or pairs. Each team will listen and try to be the first to collect all 15 words (or phrases) about the celebration. The audio is nearly two minutes long, but students may finish much earlier.
I don’t think you need the answers.