This chapter examines activities that bring listening and speaking together in communicative activities. This integration of listening and speaking emphasises active listening with the listener negotiating and shaping the spoken message. Part of the skill of listening is learning how to take an active role in providing feedback to the speaker (Brown, 1986). This feedback may involve pointing out problems with the comprehensibility of the message and specifying where the problem lies. This feedback and questioning is called negotiation. Here is an example of a group of learners negotiating successfully with each other during a speaking task.