➤ Practice your Thai listening skills:
When you’re practising your listening skills, slow down the speed of the video. This gives you a little more time and space to help hear the sounds that I’m making and then connect them to the words that you recognise. Slowing down the speed is not cheating, it’s a really great way to start hearing the sounds and recognising words as they’re spoken and listening to common patterns in Thai. Then at any time you can speed it back up to natural pace and hear it as a native speaker would say it.
➤ Actively listen: If you want to improve your listening skills, you need to do more than just listen. You need to be actively listening, right? To do that, the best thing you can do is have a goal. Set a specific goal or a challenge that you need to accomplish through the listening practice.
✔ You could challenge yourself to recognise ten new words from the lesson and write them down as you’re listening to them.
✔ To check if you are listening, I want you to answer 5 questions in the video and let me know your score in the comments.
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