Listen to some requests from a manager to practise and improve your listening skills.

Do the preparation task first. Then listen to the audio and do the exercises.

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Beginner: A1

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I have completed the following lessons of A student Discussion, A weather Forecast and Making a Decision. The level that I chose was Intermediate B1 Listening

I have completed the lesson of A request from your boss.

i have completed the following lessons of A request for your boss. The level that I choose was begineer

I have completed the following lesson of a A request from your boss.The level that I chose was beginner.

I have completed the following lessons of A student Discussion, A weather Forecast, and Making a Decision. The level that I chose was Beginner A1 Listening.

Yes, sometimes i had to help my coworkers because i could handle their task better than them.

yes, sometimes i help my co workers to do his work like make a report and also maybe make a presentation. it will helpful.

Hope will improve my English, I want to be fluent and confident when speaking English.

I am suffering from comprehension skills.I can no comprehend what I read !.
Please give me some suggestions.

Hello Md. Kaysar,

It's hard to give you specific advice because I don't know you and can't say what exactly about reading causes you difficulty. My advice, therefore, can only be general.

When reading initially, focus on the task and not on 100% understanding. It's not necessary to understand every word to understand a text. The way we read changes depending on the kind of text we have and what information we need. Practise searching for specific information, reading for a general understanding and identifying the writer's point of view - these are all very useful skills.

Sometimes we do need to understand every word and to have an exact understanding, such as when we read instruction manuals or important legal documents. Then it's a good idea to read more slowly and to have a dictionary to hand to help you. Even so, remember that words need to be understood in context, not in isolation, so make sure you think about the whole sentence and not just the word.

Finally, practise! Practice makes perfect, after all. Look for texts at the right level for you (use the site's search tool) and don't give up! You will make progress.

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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