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    listening

    I am confused about these questions as there is no information to go with them can you help please
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    Decide whether these statements about real life listening are a) true or b) false.
    True False
    1 . Listeners will always hear grammatically correct sentences.
    2 . Intonation carries meaning.
    3 . Listeners hear lots of different kinds of voices.
    4 . Listeners may hear words and expressions which they have never seen in writing.
    5 . Listeners will hear words and sounds which are not essential to the meaning
    6 . Listening usually involves interaction between speaker and listener.
    7 . The listener can always see the speaker.
    8 . Words will not always sound the same as the listener might expect from the written form

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    #2

    Re: listening

    You first

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    Re: listening

    If you've ever used a phone, you know the answer to #7.
    If you're listened to more than 10 minutes of American TV, you know the answer to #1.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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