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Tuesday, July 05, 2005

T.I.P.S – To Improve, Practice Skills

Tired of studying English through basic grammar practice? There are many other creative ways to practice and improve your language skills than just by using a textbook.

Many students have difficulty with listening skills and there are a vast number of resources available to help you improve you listening. Often a good way to practice listening is through the use of stories recorded on cassette tapes or CD’s. That way, you can listen to the story more than once, before checking a transcript to see if you understood the speaker correctly. Try going to your local library to find these resources to practice your listening skills.

There are also many web sites with listening activities on the Internet that you can access. Try searching “ESL listening practice” and you will find many resources that you can try.

If you would like more information on T.I.P.S for English, please email Doctor English with your questions at drenglish@vec.ca.


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