How to learn Chinese by listening? you can follow my advies below:
1. Listen to the audio again
2. Read the text again
3. Listen to the audio again
4. Listen to the audio again
When listening to the audio for the first time, if the understanding is 50-60%, it can reach 80-90% when listening to the audio for the fourth time, which is enough.
I like this combination of listening and reading very much. I’m addicted because I like reading. In addition to learning English, I’m also reading a lot of other kinds of books this year. If you don’t like reading, this mode of listening to audio books may not be suitable for you. Try it. How do you know if you don’t try.
Understandable input can be split into two parts
In actual combat, should we input first, understand first, or do we do it at the same time?
Before moving on, I want you to think about it for yourself
1、 Only understand without input
Take American dramas as an example. Few young people don’t watch American dramas now, but most of them have poor English skills because they are watching subtitles. So they did the first link, understandable. However, there is a lack of the second link, input.
A large number of facts have proved that only understanding without input is impossible. Exam oriented education is the same. Memorizing words and learning grammar are all based on understandable categories, but what about input? hardly any. Although teachers are also saying that they should listen more, how to listen? Most teachers have no linguistic foundation and practical experience, so it is normal for them not to understand. They let students listen more, that is, input more, but the input content is inconsistent with what they usually “understand”. So both sides are useless.
2、 Only input not understand
What if the input doesn’t understand? Is that ok? We have analyzed the above situation of only understanding without input. We can find many cases in real life, but only input without understanding. Is there such a case? Will someone continue to input a strange language for one or two thousand hours without understanding it? I haven’t seen it anyway. Therefore, we can only use the Arab radio and Arab conference cited by Miss room teacher to assume this phenomenon.
If I give you a radio, it’s Arabic radio. You keep typing, you keep typing. Will you eventually understand Arabic? No, even if you listen for ten years, you won’t understand. Because these sounds are meaningless to you.
My conclusion is understandable and input is indispensable.
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