English Idioms


audio

suis je la seule à piger quick les textes audios ?
Quelqu'un peut il me donner une astuce pour mieux comprendre les paroles sur l'ordi ?

19 comments

  • Oh Marie Claire, that's clear: you are quick at twigging what they say in the audios. Congratulations. Are you the only one being that quick? We should take a collective test to settle the point.
    By the way, tell me, do you use a headset?
    Sure you needn't - as me - to listen ot it several times in a stretch!


    As for me, when I can't catch their say, I wait for the correction issue to come on, then I listen again by reading at the same time.
  • Hi,


    I do like Gee most of the time.
    By the way, sometimes i cannot hear clearly, even if the volume is on maximum.
    (And no i don't have a problem with my ears!).


    Do we hear better with headset?


    Désirée
  • From Gee:
    Oh Marie Claire, that's clear: you are quick at twigging what they say in the audios. Congratulations. Are you the only one being that quick? We should take a collective test to settle the point.
    By the way, tell me, do you use a headset?
    Sure you needn't - as me - to listen ot it several times in a stretch!


    As for me, when I can't catch their say, I wait for the correction issue to come on, then I listen again by reading at the same time.

     


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  • Marie-Claire, you're lucky, I am envious of you !
    And to answer to Gee and all :
    As for me, I need using headphones (= headset ?) (it helps me for concentrating), for a first listening an I try to write most of terms used in the audio : and very often I feel many difficulties, above all when the speakers talk very quickly or with an accent or a rasping or throaty voice !!! I seldom understand all the audio the first time.
    And I repeat several times this exercise noting down the words I understand. But anyway I'm obliged to listen up & down the audio to understand the dialogue.
    When I get the correction I read the text listening again the dialogue, with headphones too.


    Just out of curiosity I would know if other gymglish users have such difficulties with the audio.
    I try to reduce the gap between my audio level an my written work but it's not very easy.


    I suppose it's easier for young people because they are more feisty than I (I'm 61 old and I never been in England or US) ?
    Thanks for your answers.
  • this question i,sent not easy to undestand


    beacause between audio level written work


    i suppose easier feisty i d,ont no you questions


    ting and concentration and usse my head long temp


    for evereting in speaker and volume all so dont


    and up concentration are for me troubler
    youne childrens can kuily and easy for him d,ont
    tel me more about systeme fuck like ok speakers good pay more for the good one test is orreight
  • now more concentration for everyting in this systeme because learning wit a good one


    my ear are corecly probability d,ont need the doctor in my live i never see someting like that
    you can you d,ont cant more weet my for english


    cours gym glish today see you nex time for
    better one also comming in my head lesson
    the gee woman tuch me by are ecriture for me understand by speaker
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    TEll me please
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  • Hellow Marie Claire. I wanted saying you that I study and I have learned french in my school, so.

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