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  1. Hi L! Yes,thank you))I found there much useful advice. No i haven't heard about it. But i will search on the internet)))
  2. Hi, Kamilla. Your question is very relevant among language learners. Listening is one of the most important skills, due to the fact that without good listening skills you will always have problems in communication; you simply can't understand what someone is talking about. I think any language learner has issues with listening skills. And because of failure they give up(. As famous proverb says "Rome wasn't built in a day" which means that you need time to develop your skills and you should work hard. While preparing for IELTS exam I also had difficulties in listening; I really couldn't catch the meaning, I even couldn't devide the words, it seemed to me as one long sentence))). But then I began to search for tips which can help me to improve my skills. And finally I found very good application. It is treasure for me because it has many interesting topics and useful vocabulary connected in each topis.And last but not the least it has the texts of given topics. In addition,I created 3 step preparation for listening.(All you need is a good mood and this wonderful application)The first step is choosing and listening topis in which you are really interested... (it's really important to choose such kind of topic because it gives you motivation to listen till the end))) The second step is listening but with given text and try to repeat aloud. This method can help you to cope not only with listening but also with speaking skills as it improves your pronunciation. And the third step is listening without any text.With a help of this method I develop my skills. And the last advice for you try to practice more) Practice makes perfect. Do your best! P.S Contact me if you need more information about application)
  3. Hi, friends! I'm going to pass IELTS exam, because I want to continue my studying abroad. As you know, this examination requires 4 skills, such as reading, listening, speaking and writing. Among all of these skills I have struggle with writing. Writing is definitely the worst task of all. Sometimes it is really difficult to think about spelling the words while thinking about given topic. Friends, maybe you have good advice about developing writing skills. I hope with help of yours I can achieve a good results. Thanks beforehand
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