TuanAnVu wrote:Hello Passionatelo.
My listening skill is extremely bad. But from the tips I collected, I think you can apply both two methods. May be you should "hear" English without thought. You can hear English like a child. Besides that, you should "listening" English carefully with a good-preparedness. Glad to share my experience to you.
Sorry if "my English" make you confuse. Is it bad?
luckylock wrote:I have ever read some skills of improving English ability of a book written by a Korean. I try it, and I feel his way is good. That book's name is "Not study, but learn".
1.Choose a English tape. Be careful! It cannot have any other language but English. And it's not too difficult to you.
2.Listen it again and again. Don't look up any words in dictionary. Don't care about understand or not. Just listen. Until you can "hear" every words or sounds.
3.Change another tape and repeat the ways above.
His methods have five steps. I mentioned above is one of them. The first step is just only to promote your listening ability. My process is second step now and I feel greater. I think you can try it.
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