Today we are going to practice English irregular verbs. One of the fastest ways for an English language learner to build a more automatic understanding of spoken English is to listen to English being spoken. The more you listen, the more your brain pays attention. The more likely your brain is to understand that these new language sounds are important, and need to be stored away in long-term memory.
So today we are going to cover a tricky English language topic about irregular verbs. As always, there will be lots of examples and all spoken in native British English. Remember, the key to improving your English through listening is to focus on what you are hearing.
When you listen to one of our podcasts, you are not just trying to comprehend the meaning of the English words being used. This is the just the surface of what you are learning.
When you are focused and actually listening to the English words and sentences, you will start to hear the cadence of the sentence and spot where emphasis is used in a word. With repeat listening you will start to (subconsciously) hear where voiced and unvoiced consonants are being used. Your amazing brain will build up your English language pattern matching library. Ready for when you speak English.
By focusing on what you are hearing in our English language podcasts you are telling the pattern recognition specialist, your brain, to train itself on what the correct sounds are.
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