Do you love watching movies in another language?
What about listening to music in other languages?
Watching movies, TV shows, and listening to music and podcasts are some of the most frequently given tips for foreign language learning. However, most of the time, we find ourselves confused and not quite understanding everything we hear, especially in the beginner and intermediate phase.
But lucky for you, I have a solution!
As I have said before, the best way to learn a foreign language is by incorporating all four aspects of it into your study routine. These four key aspects are:
- Reading and writing
- Listening comprehension
Foreign language learning requires strategy and a lot of practice, and each of these four aspects should be incorporated into your goals for learning a foreign language.
But luckily, there are plenty of fun ways to learn a foreign language.
Why Listening is a Vital Part of Language Learning
If you are planning to learn a foreign language online or currently are, you might not be seeing the importance of listening comprehension as much as someone in a class is, simply because you aren’t being forced to use many listening skills.
However, when having a conversation with a native speaker, it is absolutely important that you understand what they are telling you, and are able to comprehend fast enough to respond.
Additionally, there is no better way to love other languages than by appreciating and experiencing their exciting cultures and entertainment, such as TV shows, movies, and music.
If you can’t understand a native speaker, you can’t really understand the language.
How to Improve Your Listening Skills…Fast
Let me teach you how to learn a new language fast and improve your listening comprehension skills at the same time!
Of course, listening to music, watching TV shows, and enjoying foreign films will all help tune your ears to the language you are trying to learn. But it doesn’t do you much good if you are just passively listening. If you want to see fast improvement, long lasting results, and better comprehension, the key is to listen actively, not passively.
The difference between actively and passively listening is quite simple.
Passive listening means that you are paying attention to what’s going on, but you aren’t thinking long and hard about what’s being said, no less studying it.
Active listening means that you are on the lookout for key words or phrases, interacting with the material, and trying to learn from it.
While passive listening is great once you’ve become advanced and comfortable with the language, it is definitely important to incorporate some active listening practice into your study routine while in the beginning and intermediate levels of learning.
3 Life Changing Listening Drills
I want to teach you 3 of the most life changing drills I’ve ever used for my foreign language listening practice!
Also, these 3 drills will show you step by step how to actively study using three fun listening materials:
- Movies & TV shows
I am a testimony to these three drills, and can’t wait to introduce them to you!
By downloading my new eBook, you get all 3 of these drills with step by step how-to’s for any language, as well as a guide that tells you everything from what you need to how long it will take.
These drills include:
- 3 Day Music Mastery
- Podcast Dictation
- Interactive Journaling with Movies & TV Shows
Are You Tired of Not Understanding Your Next Love Language?
Are you done with English subtitles? Tired of having to look up translations to your favorite songs?
Well, I have the solution for you and the tools you need to take your language skills to the next level FAST.
Buy my new eBook today for just $2! It’s a one time download and yours to keep! You get access to all 3 of these literally life changing drills as well as a guide for telling you which activities best fit your level!
Listening Comprehension Drills