Teaching Tip Video 5 - Revised B1 Preliminary How to Understand Native English Speakers 1 day ago   01:48

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Watch an exam tip on how to prepare for the new B1 Preliminary/B1 Preliminary for Schools Reading Part 4.

The new exam formats for A2 Key/Key for Schools and B1 Preliminary/B1 Preliminary for Schools will start being used from January 2020.

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How to Understand Native English Speakers Teaching Tip Video 5 - Revised B1 Preliminary 1 day ago   14:45

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In this lesson, you can learn about how to understand native speakers. Even after studying for several years, some English learners find it difficult to understand native English speakers. In this lesson, you can see some simple things you can do which will make it easier to understand natural English.

Remember to tell us which situations you find it most difficult to understand native speakers! You can tell us in the comments!

See the full version of this lesson here: https://www.oxfordonlineenglish.com/understand-native-speakers.

Contents:
1. Use Contractions When You Speak 0:44
2. Understanding the True Pronunciation of English Words 3:12
3. Understanding Words Which Are Left Out 6:06
4. How to Use Context to Help You Understand 8:22
5. Understand Different Forms of English 11:10

The lesson will help you learn:

- How to use contractions to sound more natural in English.
- How to use weak forms to improve your listening and speaking in English.
- How to shorten questions to make your English sound more natural.
- How to use the context to improve your English listening and understand native speakers better.

See more free lessons like this on our website: https://www.oxfordonlineenglish.com/.

A big thank you to the Alphabet translation team from Syria for the Arabic captions!