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  • Pay Attention.
  • Defer Judgment.
  • Respond Appropriately
  • Show That You're Listening.
  • Provide Feedback.

Do not rehearse what you will say after the speaker has finished speaking; instead, listen to keywords and phrases. Instead of thinking about how you'll answer, consider what the other person is saying. It's difficult to plan your next words while simultaneously listening to the speaker.

Receiving language through the ears is referred to as listening. Listening entails recognising speech sounds and converting them into words and sentences. Listening in any language necessitates concentration and effort. It's a skill at which some people need to put in more effort than others.

Active Listening.
Critical Listening.
Informational Listening.
Empathetic Listening.
Appreciative Listening

  • Your pronunciation.
  • Your grammar.
  • Knowledge of how sounds merge or get reduced.
  • Your overall listening time.
  • Visual support.
  • Vocabulary size.
  • Concentration

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