Conversation – the forgotten listening activity

I enjoy doing language learning activities on my own. I’m happy to listen to a podcast or curl up on the sofa with an audio book. However, if you’re the kind of learner that likes to be with other people, and who gets energy and motivation through interacting with others, these traditional listening activities often won’t seem very appealing.

Don’t forget that conversations are not only about speaking practice. You can really improve your listening skills too.

In this guest post on the Leo Listening blog, I explain 10 ways in which conversations can help with your listening skills.

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Author: Kirsty Wolf

I am an English teacher and a language enthusiast who also speaks German and Romanian. I help motivated professionals to improve their English so that they can communicate confidently and authentically.

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