Do the preparation task first. Then listen to the audio and do the exercises.
Student 1: Sorry. Sorry, excuse me. I'm just … just coming to sit over here. Phew. Hey. How's it going? So, what have I missed?
Student 2: Nothing. He just started around five minutes ago.
Student 1: Did he say anything about the mid-term?
Student 2: What?
Student 1: About the mid-term tests. Did he say anything about when he was going to hand them back?
Student 2: He's almost finished marking them, he said. We get them next Tuesday.
Student 1: I'm sorry, I didn't catch that. When do we get them?
Student 2: Tuesday. Next Tuesday.
Student 1: OK. Got it. Sorry. What page are we meant to be on?
Student 2: Page 34.
Student 1: Page … 34. Oh, wait. I don't have my textbook. Can I … share with you? Wow. This is hard stuff.
Student 2: Mmm.
Student 1: What does SEO mean?
Student 2: What?
Student 1: SEO. This is all about SEO but he hasn't said what it means.
Student 2: Search engine optimisation. How to appear on internet searches.
Student 1: Internet searches. Right. Right. OK.
Student 2: He said what it meant.
Student 1: What?
Student 2: He explained it before you got here.
Student 1: Oh. Right. OK.
Student 2: Can you be quiet? I'm trying to listen to the lecture.
Student 1: So am I. Sorry. Sorry, one more question. What does this have to do with the American Revolution?
Student 2: What?
Student 1: I don't get it. Why is he talking about search engines in a course on the American Revolution?
Student 2: What are you talking about? This is a class on software engineering.
Student 1: You mean, it's not Early American History?
Student 2: You're in the wrong class.
Student 1: Oh, wow. Now it all makes sense. I'm so sorry.
Student 2: It's fine.
Student 1: Here, I'll just … excuse me. I'm in the wrong class. Excuse me. Thanks. Sorry.
I'm a difficult learner, I always tell myself that I have to understand anything at the moment or I'll understand upcoming knowledge even more difficultly. Therefore, if I don't understand something, I must ask classmates or my teacher until I understand.
if i didn't understand i will ask the lecturer for more explanations, and later we discuss the lesson with my colleagues.
Sometimes i am very shy to ask..
Sometimes i have the strength to ask 😊
If I don't understand something in class, I usually start by trying to figure it out on my own through search online. If it's a simple question, I might ask a classmate. If it's more complex, I'll usually wait until after class to ask the lecturer, so as not to disrupt the flow of the class. If I still don't understand something after asking my classmates or the lecturer, I might send an email for further clarification to lecturer.
When I don't understand something in class I'll underline it and ask my teacher to explain more after finish the class if they are able to help.
I prefer to arrive at the house to study the subject.
First of all, I stay quiet, mainly, if I realized that everybody it's learning easily because I stay shame, so if not be a dumb question I ask, the opposite, I just search on the internet after
First i try to understand if not then i ask my teacher to explain again.
When you don't understand something in class, what do you do?
When I don't understand something in class, I usually ask the teacher to explain it again in order to get it right.
to be honest. it is quite difficult to catch him because he breathe too loud. however, after reading transcript it make me sense immediately. i would practice my listening skill with some task which have to do with the former topic.