Listening exercises

In the absence of a language environment, it is necessary, first of all, to surround yourself with sounding English speech and translating arabic to english in artificial ways. There are several such ways.

It is very useful, for example, to listen to your favorite English-language music, and listen to it everywhere: at home, in transport, at recess at the university, during a lunch break at work, etc. Why are English songs so good for learning the language? Firstly, their texts are most often rhymed, which makes it easier to remember. Secondly, modern songs are written in simple, colloquial language, but despite this, one can often find useful idiomatic expressions in them. Thirdly, when listening to songs, only the ears are occupied, while the eyes and hands are free. However, one should take into account the fact that not all performers sing equally clearly. Therefore, it will be useful to ask the advice of an experienced teacher when selecting English-speaking singers.

The next exercise japanese to english will also greatly contribute to the speedy mastery of listening skills, although it cannot be performed along with some other actions. Watching news and documentaries on TV is an extremely useful activity. The speech of a BBC or CNN announcer, for example, is a little easier to understand because you can see the movements of his lips. In addition, news reports appear on the most relevant, and at the same time very diverse topics. Naturally, teaching the skills of understanding English speech by ear cannot but be accompanied by the expansion of the vocabulary.

Watching feature films is also useful, but there are some pitfalls. The fact is that not all actors, like not all singers, pronounce the words clearly and clearly. Also, although Hollywood is the most productive movie factory, the British, Canadians, Australians, etc. also make movies. And everyone has different accents.