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    Listening Comprehension in Your English Language

    Why Listening Comprehension in Your English Language improve english Learners Is Poor and What to Do About It I don’t understand, teacher. “What?” “Huh?” and “Could you just repeat that?” “Teacher, we don’t understand,” and “What did he say?” Do any of these ring a bell? They undoubtedly do. It can be upsetting when English as a foreign language students struggle with listening comprehension. If you employ films, CDs, audio cassette tapes. Or even just speaking, your students’ participation in the lesson may interrupted by their inability to listen carefully. Any English or foreign language class must include comprehensible input (Krashen, 1989). Factors that Contribute These seven elements may influence…