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These tips are great! Thanks a lot, cheers!


Oops! As you’ll have probably noticed, there’s a punctuation mistake in *¡one word! (“otros consejos básicos”) ;))


I do not agree with ‘Anticípate’ as this is potentially increasing errors. A person who is a good listener should not anticipate or assume what the speaker may say. What if the listener has the incorrect information & the speaker is providing new or correct information? The listener has foregone or missed the relatively small window of receiving the information due to ‘anticipating’. In my opinion it is best to just listen & be in the present. Good luck!

Luis Hernández

I think a listening should be a test to measure the ability of understanding of a person who learns a language, and must be appropriate to the level presented in the review, currently listenings are structured so that students can answer by reasoning and sometimes by luck rather than understanding the spoken text. It really is not pedagogical or didactic, measure the achievement of the objective of learning and not achieving through ascertainment of a strategy to decipher what we hear. Is worth that people study more to pass a test to really learn.


Disgreatfully, we are forced by the system to know these strategies.

The exams are paths full of traps.

That is not the way to elaborate an exam either..


Always useful and interesting. Thanks a lot!


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