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Instructions for an assignment

Listen to a university teacher giving instructions for an assignment 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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Pre-intermediate: A2

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if you know the story to write essay you can easily write it.but difficulty to find the vocabulary and pharse and making sentence formation. while writing the essay

I find difficult to write a context with the main ideas we can postray in an eassay.

Hi everyone,
The majority of my friends say that writing essays are difficult for some reason, but for me writing an essay isn't hard work. When I write essays in English occasionally I can't remember words that aren't common in our daily life but in essays are very important and without those words I think my essays will look worse. If an essay is in English, For me the most difficult thing is remembering words

Now I am practicing only the listening skill because It is my major weakness, I guess that this is what keeps me at the beginning of this level.

mee too :(((

In my opinion, the most critical section of the writing of an essay is explaining and discuss its novel idea.

Hi everyone,
I just started learning English two weeks ago
my English level was very bad , but now I feel
and see that's become so better then ever before .

I'd like to thanks every one who work on this
project and finance it , but also I 'd like to
thank the gentleman who is talking in this lesson
his pronunciation and expression are very clear
and understandable .

It depend what kind of essays we have to write. Some difficult bring create phrases and process of making reference,

hello everybody: I begin from 01 Jan 2020 to listening. I am now this lesson, I only listen and understanding, not vocabulary not grammar is that right?

please please answer me...

khalid

Hello khalid

This and the other pages in our Listening skills section provide you with exercises to help you test and better understand what you hear. This can include vocabulary and grammar sometimes, but if you want to focus on those, you might want to look at our Grammar and Vocabulary sections.

I'd also suggest that you make your own list of vocabulary and grammar that you find on the listening pages. After you listen, for example, you could read the transcript and choose 8-10 words or phrases that you didn't know before, or that you knew but would like to learn better. Write those down and review them several times a week until you've learned them.

All the best

Kirk

The LearnEnglish Team

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