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    Improve listening skill

    Could you tell me how to improve my listening skill?

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    Re: Improve listening skill

    you can listen to music,radio,podcasts and watch TV,that's my experience!and it works!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belly T View Post
    Could you tell me how to improve my listening skill?
    Uhm..there are many ways to improve your listening skill. I don't know your level. But in general you can improve it by listening whatever you like: such as some english songs, some news on televion, radio. At first you don't need to try to listen all the words. and day by day i think your listening will be improve. To learn a language needs lots of practices. good luck to you.


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    Uhm......... My level is intermediate
    I consider that song is a little bit slow, but films and news, somewhat fast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belly T View Post
    Uhm......... My level is intermediate
    I consider that song is a little bit slow, but films and news, somewhat fast!
    What about some news in VOA special english??
    http:/http://www.voanews.com/specialenglish
    VOA News - Voice of America Special English - News Radio for English Learners


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    Sorry, but it was blocked from my IP....... Maybe Viet Nam doesn't allow us to connect

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belly T View Post
    Sorry, but it was blocked from my IP....... Maybe Viet Nam doesn't allow us to connect
    hihihii.This web doesn't belong to Viet Nam. So...?????/

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    Re: Improve listening skill

    Dear all,

    I am also poor in the listening skill. I have been trying to listent to BBC but I can not understand what they are talking. I just catch on a few words.

    Can you give me some advise? Really need your help!

    Thank in advance,


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    Quote Originally Posted by kimroeun View Post
    Dear all,

    I am also poor in the listening skill. I have been trying to listent to BBC but I can not understand what they are talking. I just catch on a few words.

    Can you give me some advise? Really need your help!

    Thank in advance,

    Keep listening - the more you listen, the more you will begin to hear.

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    Re: Improve listening skill

    Quote Originally Posted by kimroeun View Post
    Dear all,

    I am also poor in the listening skill. I have been trying to listent to BBC but I can not understand what they are talking. I just catch on a few words.

    Can you give me some advise? Really need your help!

    Thank in advance,
    Read a lot, on a lot of different topics. The key to good listening can also be having some idea of what the message is about. Even good speakers of English have troubles understanding correct spoken English because they are complete strangers to the topic. BBC may sound clear and intelligible but also its topics are riddled with uncommon Latin, highbrow E. terms. Also, focus when you listen - focus on the essentials, the main ideas, catch the point. Focus on expressions by writing them down and visualizing them as well. Many time, language just passes us by - we think we hear it, but we hear a rain of sounds without any meaning to us. The best thing with listening to BBC could be that you emulate the accent -a little bit. Making meaning of what's being said requires: attention; some basic knowledge about the topic; an approriate level of English to begin with. Hard as you may try, you cannot listen and make sense of an advanced English text from an unsubstantial platform of English language skills.
    Last edited by bianca; 05-Nov-2007 at 15:09.

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