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101 Ways to learn English # 22

Friday, 03 May 2019

#22 Get More out of Listening. Try listening not just to what the words mean, but to how the person says them. Notice for example which words the person links together in a sentence. Try to remember these details the next time you speak and your English will begin to sound more natural.

 

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