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    Have you heard about shadowing?

    Hello everybody..
    Have you heard about shadowing?
    I suppose to conduct an action research about listening, and I find shadowing is a technique at listening field. Have you heard about this technique? would you mind to give opinion, suggestion, or even experiences for those who already used shadowing to learn English?
    Thanks for advance.

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    #3

    Re: Have you heard about shadowing?

    Quote Originally Posted by upreal View Post
    Hello everybody..
    Have you heard about shadowing?
    I am supposed to conduct an action research about listening, and I find shadowing is a technique at in the listening field. Have you heard about this technique? Would you mind to give giving me your opinions, suggestions, or even tell me about your experiences for those who have already used shadowing to learn English?
    Thanks for in advance.
    Welcome to the forum.

    This section is for English teachers to talk to each other. Your profile shows your member type as "Other" rather than "English Teacher". What is your connection to English teaching?
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    #4

    Re: Have you heard about shadowing?

    I am a student. I was teaching before, but now I'm still pursuing my degree at education faculty.

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    Re: Have you heard about shadowing?

    Thank you for advance

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    #6

    Re: Have you heard about shadowing?

    Quote Originally Posted by upreal View Post
    Thank you for advance.
    Did you not notice that in post #3, I corrected "for advance" to "in advance". Don't forget to end every sentence with a single appropriate punctuation mark.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Re: Have you heard about shadowing?

    Sorry, I have not noticed. Thank you very much indeed that is very kind of you to correct my writing.

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