Hearing and listening are not the same thing. Hearing is the act of perceiving sound. It is involuntary and simply refers to the reception of aural stimuli. Listening is a selective activity that involves the reception and the interpretation of aural stimuli. It involves decoding the sound into meaning.
1. Make eye contact with your audience.
2. Watch your body language.
3. Be a good listener.
4. Learn to enunciate your words and to slow them down.
5. Keep your voice animated and use appropriate volume for the setting
The TOEIC Test Preparation courses in IDEA CEBU consist of up to 7 private classes daily. The course content has a special focus on TEST PREPARATION as well as COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH and provides sample opportunity for students to speak out in order to activate their base of passive English vocabulary.
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