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campbelllt

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Hi there, There wasn't a specific category that seemed more fitting (that I found), however, I am looking for actual listening/writing comprehension exercises. Any suggestions for sites that go through dialogues and allow you time to possible write down what was said and then check your answer? I'm mid-way through Level 3, and I do love this program, however I feel that incorporating listening exercises into the actual levels would be extremely beneficial. Thanks, and I look forward to your suggestions! Tish

Hi there,
There wasn't a specific category that seemed more fitting (that I found), however, I am looking for actual listening/writing comprehension exercises. Any suggestions for sites that go through dialogues and allow you time to possible write down what was said and then check your answer?

I'm mid-way through Level 3, and I do love this program, however I feel that incorporating listening exercises into the actual levels would be extremely beneficial.

Thanks, and I look forward to your suggestions!
Tish

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campbelllt
Hi there Andy - let me be clearer - listening/writing comprehension exercises that focus on longer passages than one sentence (or even one word). "Zac.hiliker" speaks to this issue in greater detail in his July 30th post.

Hi there Andy - let me be clearer - listening/writing comprehension exercises that focus on longer passages than one sentence (or even one word). "Zac.hiliker" speaks to this issue in greater detail in his July 30th post.

Sonia Gil
Hi! Have you listened to the podcasts? They focus on comprehension. By level 5 you actually listen to a stripped down version of "Como agua para Chocolate". One of my favorite novels. You are basically listening to an audio book.

Hi! Have you listened to the podcasts? They focus on comprehension. By level 5 you actually listen to a stripped down version of "Como agua para Chocolate". One of my favorite novels. You are basically listening to an audio book.

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