Your advices do help me! Thank you! XDDDDjonathanrace wrote: ↑Fri Oct 26, 2018 8:27 amWhatever you find interesting and is useful for you learning the language. E.g if you are learning it for business then things like TED talks, News, finance reports etc are great. If you want to get better with general socializing then maybe sitcom's and movies might help more with that sort of thing. With my language studies I try to keep it varied!gooluyo wrote: ↑Thu Oct 25, 2018 4:10 pmThank you for helping me analyse the situation. I think I am almost at the level which you said...so your suggestions really remind me..jonathanrace wrote: ↑Thu Oct 25, 2018 11:59 amI think it depends where you're at. If you already "know" all the theory, grammar points and the only thing lacking is that your accent doesn't sound native then I think yes.
Yes it is possible to get your accent closer, maybe even matching those of the people you are watching. However I think you would progress much faster by imitating as well as just listening. That way your brain gets used to making those noises.
By the way, do you have any ideas about what kind of videos are better for me? TED talks, speeches or comedies?
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