Oct 102011
 

In this level, we have 3 tools for practicing Listening:

Music

Fairy tales

Funny stories

Why do we choose these tools?

Listen to music:

By listening to English songs, we’ll know how to pronounce English in standard easily.

By repeating singing the song the same way as the singer, we can practice pronunciation and then we can pronounce English in standard easily.

Fairy tales or funny stories:

Like a baby who wants his mother to tell him a fairy tale or funny story at night, listening to a fairy tale or funny story will help you learn new language easily.

Each fairy tale or funny story can help you learn up to 500 new words, and these words are connected together into the storyline, so you can remember new words easily and you also know how to use them in context effectively.

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HOW TO PRACTICE ADVANCE LISTENING:

You’ll practice this level of Listening by the following video clips:

My heart will go on (English song)

Only love (English song)

Take me to your heart (English song)

Anyone of us (English song)

This is me (English song)

Cinderella (fairy tale)

The frog prince (fairy tale)

Rapunzel (fairy tale)

Achmed the Dead Terrorist (funny story)

Achmed with Christmas (funny story)

 If you can hear and comprehend these video clips clearly, you pass this level of Listening. Then, you’ll have the following skills:

3000 new words in English

Listen to a native English speaker very well

(Don’t do other exercises until you conplete this exercise)

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    1. […] Listening 2: Advance Listening […]

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    2. I can’t believe you’re not playing with me–that was so hepflul.

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