I have a score of 523 in CET-6. Reading and writing are well prepared and practiced, but my listening comprehension is very poor. I took the test in August. I am worried now. How can I improve in one month?

Many roast ducks pay too much attention to learning in the IELTS listening session, instead of mastering certain skills! Let me share with you how to quickly improve IELTS listening skills and how to improve IELTS listening scores in a short period of time. , I hope to help everyone. 1. Pay attention to the transition IELTS listening is very cunning. I often say an answer before and change my words immediately, so be sure to pay attention to the words but, however, or sometimes say a plan first, and then immediately say probably it is better to. .. Then the answer becomes the latter again. In addition, pay attention to some key words such as so, now, which means that you may have to talk about the information of the next topic. 2. Don’t stay and hesitate. Maybe you will often encounter such a situation. Suddenly there is a topic that you don’t hear clearly. Don’t panic at this time. Don’t hesitate to write a little bit of the scattered information you hear. Next to the question, then immediately go to the next question. After all the listening is finished, when you go back and copy the answers, analyze which answer is the most likely based on the little information you recorded. If you stay and hesitate on that topic, you may miss the information on the next few topics. 3. Focus on listening. Some students like to listen to English when doing laundry or doing other things. They think this habit is not very good. Because over time, when you really do IELTS listening, you will not be so focused. It should be in a quiet environment, take a notebook, listen attentively, and record the vital information at the same time. 4. Emphasis on shorthand ability and skills. I think shorthand ability is also very important, because when you do listening, you often hear a message and write it down quickly, but when you finish writing, you find that the next message has been missed. Usually, you should practice your shorthand skills. For example, when listening to foreign language news, try to write down all the key sentences. Write fast and practice English even pen writing. In addition, I suggest that you only write the first two letters or its abbreviation when you hear a message, and then listen to the next message immediately. But sometimes when a sentence requires you to fill in two faiths next to each other, it is best to listen to the sentence and then write the two pieces of information on it. How to use time efficiently in IELTS listening: IELTS listening does not always hear the answer? It may be that the synonymous substitution has not been reviewed. Many students in IELTS listening are always waiting for the recording based on the topic, but there is still no effective information after waiting until the next space has passed. This situation is often expressed in another way of synonymous or synonymous sentences in the recording. IELTS Listening Test Sections 1 and 2 test the necessary skills for survival in an English-speaking country. Including: accommodation, transportation, entertainment, health, shopping and so on. Main test points: understand the key points in the real information. Sections 3 and 4 test the training or curriculum issues that students may encounter during the study abroad, including: lectures, group discussions, meetings, and academic issues with other students discuss. Candidates should pay attention to the main points in this part, but also pay attention to details, the meaning of cultural background words, and understand the issues of academic discussion. The question types of the four parts are different. However, there are no more than three question types for each part. Sometimes, there is only one question type for one part. The difficulty of listening will gradually increase from one to four parts. Candidates can record their answers in the test book during the listening process, and have 10 minutes to copy the answers at the end of the listening tape. Generally speaking, the listening part of the test will be collected immediately after the recording is finished. The IELTS test is different from the general test. It has a total of 40 minutes, 30 minutes of listening time and 10 minutes of transcription time. So how to use the IELTS listening test time efficiently and reasonably? First, let’s talk about how we can use the 30-minute listening time. During this time, we have to complete the four steps of reading, guessing, listening, and writing. Before each exam, a recording about the exam requirements will be played. For candidates who are already familiar with the exam requirements, they can use this recording time to read SECTION 4 questions. Because SECTION 4 is the most difficult of the four SECTIONs, and 10 questions appear in one go without a pause in the middle, so use this time to read some questions first, which can reduce the burden in the future. When you hear the words SECTION 1, start reading the SECTION 1 questions again. At the beginning of each recording, there will be about 30 seconds to read the questions. Candidates should take the time to read and guess the questions, and listen attentively during the playback, try to obtain the missing information, and make quick records. After the end of each SECTION, there will be about 30 seconds of checking time. It is recommended that candidates keep the check answers in the 10 minutes of transcription answer time and use this 30 seconds to read the next SECTION. Then, let’s take a look again, what should we pay attention to in this 10-minute answer time. Ten minutes to transcribe the answer can be said to be more than enough. Since there is such a long time, candidates should make good use of it and try to perfect the answer as much as possible. When transcribing and checking the answers, pay special attention to the following points: the capitalization of names, place names, days of the week, month and some proper nouns and the singular and plural subjects of the spelling nouns are consistent. The spelling of currency symbols abbreviations and whether the dots for abbreviations are consistent. The tense of the verb and the expression of the voice date are generally accepted, such as 8th August or August 8th. Remember: if the question mentions NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS, if the candidate’s answer is more than 3 words, you must Those who are deducted, even if it is a or the. Remember: IELTS listening answer requires correct spelling of words and correct grammar. However, IELTS words are basically high-frequency words, which can be spelled in British or American style. Proper nouns will be spelled out on the tape. Before the beginning of each section, the tape will mention the speaker, location, and general content. This passage is not in the test booklet. Please pay attention. And will tell them the question number to pay attention to. Note: Only one, two, and three parts are interrupted, and the fourth part is not. Also, there are only examples at the beginning of the first part, so please note that candidates only have one chance to listen to the tape. All IELTS listening questions are listed in tape order, so candidates can know how to choose. Moreover, candidates have half a minute to check the answers after each part, but it is recommended that candidates use this time to look at the questions in the next part. IELTS test: basic exercises of listening practice materials + set of exercises, balance exercises 30 minutes a day is sufficient. Basic exercises: you can use Listen to this as a blueprint for the first and intermediate levels of English, and 20 or less in 40 courses-elementary listening For more than 20 questions within 40 channels-Intermediate Listening Note: You can repeat the exercises and fill in the set of questions with a pencil: I strongly recommend Cambridge Books 3 and 4, which are the closest to the real questions in the market. Note: Correct the answer after listening. , But you have to listen to the answer repeatedly or you can’t judge and then look at the answer. Note that the words that have appeared on the Cambridge question are the key points you have to recite: Don’t listen to it before going to bed at night!! Then how to improve in a short time IELTS listening score? Although the IELTS listening test has many factors that are conducive to score points, generally speaking, it should be scored, but from a practical point of view, apart from personal English proficiency problems, a small number of test ducks cannot understand the recording, and most of the IELTS students’ confusion is mainly concentrated In the following three points: 1. I can’t keep up with the rhythm, I’m still thinking about this sentence, and the recording has gone to the next sentence; 2. The left ear goes in and the right ear comes out, and I clearly hear it. When I lower my head to write the answer, because I have to Taking into account the recordings that were still playing, God forgot the answers that were just thought up just now; Third, I understood all the listening content, but I just did the wrong question. The above three points can all point to the same reason, that is, candidates lack the necessary test guidance and have not yet figured out how to take the IELTS listening test. The key to IELTS listening is not “listening”, but “leak”: the vocabulary of IELTS listening test is not complicated, the grammar is not advanced, and there are no difficult phrases and uncommon expressions, and the topics involved are all familiar and easy for students. Understandable. Roast ducks have repeatedly stumbled on their listening. The key is that there is a wrong guiding ideology at work, and that is: if you want to test your listening well, you must hear every word. The result is a high level of mental stress, and the nerves are tightened throughout the whole process; I dare not let go of any word, the brain is overloaded; I pay too much attention to the recording, and ignore the test papers and test questions; because of this, the content of the recording is ” All treatments are treated equally”, regardless of priority. Therefore, once IELTS listening has special situations such as increased speech speed, long sentences, continuous reading, swallowing, changes in intonation, and the speaker’s laughter, the roast duck will often panic and affect its performance. What roast ducks need to remember is that you are listening, not translating. There is no need to listen to words one by one, there must be trade-offs. Use the time difference to make a good prediction. Take an IELTS listening test in December last year as an example: Section 1 is a fill-in-the-blank test, which is about booking a farewell party. The title has suggested the key points that need to be paid attention to, such as: Which room, estimated number of people, seat, layout, company name, post code, contact, contact number, additional request, when listening to the recording, focus on these key points, and combine them with the title Irrelevant “nonsense” leaked. Section 2 is still a fill-in-the-blank question. The test is garbage collection. You can also predict the points to be investigated according to the prompts of the question, and then focus on finding the key words. You can relax and listen to the rest of the dialogue part of the recording and “leak” the past. Section 3 is a multiple-choice question + matching question, let’s talk about it separately. Multiple choice questions are one of three choices, one of which is: In .X magazines view, whats the biggest concern to oil supply? A. The large amount of oil used everyday. B. The increasing dependence oil related products. C. The length of time passed from the peak of oil production. Similarly, before listening to the recording, make a pre-judgment, A is talking about daily consumption, B is talking about dependence, and C is talking about the duration after the peak of production. The next step is to pay attention to the paraphrase (synonymous substitution) in the recording. A may be consumption, B may be a single source, and C may be since. Listen with questions and options, and be targeted. The matching question is given a trend chart with coordinates on the horizontal axis, similar to the following: letters are marked in places such as wave crests and troughs, and candidates are required to find corresponding information. For roast ducks, graphic questions may be relatively unfamiliar, but predictive techniques can still be used. According to the characteristics of each curve, such as the highest point, the lowest point, stability, turning, etc., pay attention to the expression when listening to the recording. Numbers and changing words, such as peak, lowest point, fluctuate, remain the same, after…grow, dip, etc. This type of topic requires sensitivity to numbers and changes, and requires more targeted training at ordinary times. Section 4 is about filling in the blanks, testing robotics company and camera development. Since the title itself has already given a lot of information, similar to section 2, find the keywords in advance and wait for the corresponding information in the recording to appear. In summary, in addition to studying hard and practicing hard, roast ducks must pay attention to the characteristics of the IELTS listening test and adopt targeted test-taking skills. The summary is as follows: 2 points of IELTS listening comprehension need to be noted: 1. Force yourself to understand every word and never miss any word 2. The whole process is nervous and no breathing time is left. Finally, the IELTS listening must be able to listen, even more. Will miss (omitted), allocate one’s attention reasonably, don’t be overly nervous; be good at starting from the topic, grasp the key information; use the time difference between listening questions, first look at the questions and make predictions.


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6 months ago

Two weeks ago, I took the IELTS test naked, and unexpectedly, I got 9 points in listening. To be honest with everyone, the reason why this full score is a bit surprising is because of three reasons: 1. Listening is not my strong point 2. Because the decision to take the test was sudden, I did not do a listening comprehension before the test 3. Because I am not familiar with the new computer-based test format, and I did not make full use of the time to read the questions, which caused the entire map question to be completed in a daze. However, so many factors did not prevent me from taking full marks. So I want to use this introspection to help you carefully analyze those little secrets [successful listening test]. My general argument is: IELTS listening requires a score of 9 and it does not require 100% comprehension of the text. However, 3 points are particularly important: a calm mind, test skills and certain basic skills. First of all, I need to admit that whether it is TOEFL or IELTS, whether it is listening or reading, getting a perfect score must be a factor of luck. But this component will not be too big, because only one error is allowed for the full score of IELTS listening. This also implies the position of the British Council (the official IELTS test) and IDP: even if you are recognized as the best level in the exam, you are not required to be a “perfect” candidate. So in the process of preparing for the exam, in addition to burning incense, the next three points are what we can really improve. First, cultivate a strong mentality, and be able to quickly refocus attention in any unexpected situation. As mentioned earlier, because this is the first time I abandon the paper test and choose the computer-based test mode, I don’t know that after section 1 is finished, I can click the jump button to pre-read the question stems of section 2 (remind everyone, this is allowed, I tried it by myself in section 3). So when I slowly saw the map questions in section 2 according to the recording prompts, I was a little flustered-there were too many information points, and the letters, charts and corresponding options made me a little overwhelmed for a while (after all, I have not taken the test in 2 years. IELTS listening). The bad result was that when the recording started halfway through, I didn’t even finish reading the title. So, in just a few seconds (maybe shorter), a lot of thoughts flashed through my mind for a moment: “Well, the topic hasn’t been figured out yet” “I have missed a lot of information points” “This time listening, It’s exploded!”. [Important point] At this critical moment, I made a decisive decision that I didn’t know right or wrong at the time-I stopped looking at the title and closed my eyes and listened carefully to the rest of the recording. I don’t care if I don’t do well in the test, what the listening listening is about, and what are the topics that I didn’t have time to finish. I don’t care anymore. On the contrary, I followed the recording of ongoing and slowly sketched the trend of an airport map in my mind: the elevator is at the first intersection on the left hand of the reception desk, and the VIP reception room is on the second floor of the elevator… these various terms and changes. The position and the confused numbers are actually printed in my mind like this. With these memories, within a few seconds of playing the recording (only a few seconds, because the second part of the map question is a multiple-choice question), I quickly finished filling in all the blanks in the first part, and then immediately scanned the multiple-choice questions step by step. Many questions and options. After this episode, I didn’t worry for a second whether section 2 would ruin my listening-or even ruin my entire IELTS test worth 2,000 yuan. What I did was simple, without any distractions, to earnestly “enjoy” the fluctuating voice intonation, thinking and analyzing the content of the conversation, and “by the way” do the so-called test questions. Second, train IELTS listening skills so that you know what you know. Although I have not done IELTS listening test questions for a long time, there is a principle that I correctly established in the first test: IELTS listening test is a synonym substitution. So no matter what type of question I am doing, fill in the blanks, single choice, multiple choice, I know how to pay attention to how the key words on the test paper correspond to the expression in the listening. As a person who is responsible for studying the IELTS test, I will not say simply and rudely: If you hear the original word, don’t choose it; but I will remind you that you should be a snack where you hear the original word. Many teachers know that synonym substitution is the core of the objective part of IELTS, but so far, I have not seen any teacher analyze why this has become one of the biggest principles of IELTS. Although IELTS and TOEFL are essentially commercial behaviors, we must firmly believe that the examiner sincerely hopes that we can really improve the academic ability of “prospective college students” through preparation for the test, and Paraphrase is the most basic in Western academic classrooms. One of the skills. Paraphrase: to express in a shorter, clearer, or different way that someone has said or written ——Longman Dictionary In Western writing, sometimes you will want to emphasize certain special details. If it is “emphasis”, it means that it has already appeared before. So, how to avoid repeated use of the same word becomes a problem. Therefore, paraphrase training is: extract core information -> make it suitable for other words (take that information and frame it in other words). Therefore, in IELTS listening and reading, we repeatedly strengthen our ability to decode the core information, and be able to recognize the same information in different text frames, in fact, in preparation for college essay writing. In addition to synonym substitution, there are many skills in IELTS listening. I don’t know how the teachers in the training institutions teach (because I haven’t attended any training courses), but personally, the tone of the speaker, the re-read words, and the deliberate pauses in my listening are all hints to me The answer is about to appear. Moreover, because I had a non-perfect listening test, I knew where I was prone to stumbling. When I hear it, I forget whether the noun is singular or plural. When spelling the address, there must be a pronunciation that is easy to misjudge (for example: w & double u), which I have missed, and I do not intend to continue to make mistakes. These skills seem to be specifically for the IELTS listening test, but I may find a more essential attribute…Thirdly, the most essential attribute must return to the basic listening skills. Although I haven’t taken the IELTS listening test in 2 years, I insist on 2-4 hours of extensive listening every day. In fact, it’s not as difficult as you think. Many times I don’t listen to what the content is, just keep playing it in my ears. Those words are like bouncing drops of water. They will splash out and fall into the creek. It’s fun but true. (The reason why I don’t listen to the content carefully is because-I often can’t keep up with the political news in the regular VOA, which is embarrassing). But I also listen to many BBC sub-programs, such as BBC 6 minutes English, BBC English my way, BBC Ideas… They are all short and concise, suitable for the accumulation of intermediate and advanced listening training and oral expression. In these comprehensible listening, I not only pay attention to the content, but also listen to the tone, intonation, and various phonetic phenomena, to quickly extract the main information of the long sentence, and decisively discard the unheard information. These basic skills of listening that have been trained over time and unconsciously have made an indelible contribution to my IELTS listening score. (God, what am I talking about, why is it suddenly broadcast…). The summary is that IELTS listening is unattainable, but a full score in IELTS listening is a completely achievable goal. But you need to do the following things: specifically train listening concentration and the courage to abandon decisively. Knowing what IELTS listening test is important (wrong option settings, listening text rules), but knowing what it does not test is more important (100% understand the details) , 100% understanding of words, 100% keeping up with the rhythm) Maintain a certain level of listening power every day, and cultivate various basic skills (listening high-frequency vocabulary, common grammatical structures, faster speaking speed, sensitivity to tone, and language Phenomenon recognition ability) Ps: I am an IELTS self-taught 8 scorer. I have never been to a tutoring agency, so I explored it all by myself. I have gone through some detours and thought about many things seriously. If you are also learning English, you can privately message me to get the following information: 1. Essential Set Phrases and Expressions for IELTS All expressions come from the native speaker, distinguishing the most authentic usage in speaking and writing. 2. English Idioms in Use (Advanced and Intermediary) IELTS speaking with a score of 7 or more must use slang in the right place. The book is classified according to the applicable scenarios. There are several slang words under each topic, and you can choose the ones that are easy to remember to recite. 3. Linking Words for IELTS Speaking The linking words compiled by Liz, the most popular IELTS teacher on the Internet, help us speak more naturally and logically. 4. IELTS Speaking Vocabulary I have compiled a material library based on this year’s IELTS topics. All expressions are searched and verified on Google one by one, and I try to memorize the most authentic phrases.

6 months ago

I wanted to answer this question when I got results, but it was delayed from 2016 to 2017. Please call me a procrastinator. I spent about a month, and my IELTS listening score went from 5.5 to 7. When I got my grades, I really amazed myself as an English scumbag, but when I think about it, I do have a down-to-earth contribution. Like you who searched for this question, I also searched countless methods on Zhihu, and finally adhered to a rule: after identifying a method that I think is comprehensive, practice it! practice! Practice again! Okay, let’s get to the main topic: 1. Listen carefully. My head exploded when I saw Intensive Listening, but I must be patient and force myself to do it, because it is really effective for low-scoring players. Method: Do your own listening first, and then correct the answer. Then listen intensively one by one. If you don’t have enough time, listen carefully to the one you made the most mistakes. Listen to a sentence, write a sentence, listen to the sentence a few times longer. After the entire dictation is finished, check the original text, circle out the areas where the dictation is unsuccessful and the dictation is wrong, and find out the reasons for the wrong answers. Listen again. After 3-5 articles, you can figure out the reasons for your low scores: unfamiliar words, rushing to conclusions without listening to Zhouquan, pronunciation details, singular and plural details, and so on. For unfamiliar words, memorize them on the spot and take them out the next day to understand the meaning. For the mistakes caused by not listening carefully, give yourself a psychological hint to answer the questions in a hurry, and train in the question. For errors caused by pronunciation details, it is recommended to look for online courses online, and countless IELTS teachers will summarize these details for you. I was looking for a class in Tencent Classroom, free. It was really difficult at the beginning. After a week of persistence, the listening score stabilized at 6 points. 2. Limited time. After a week of continuous intensive listening, the frequency of intensive listening was reduced, and only what I felt was really necessary for intensive listening. After all, intensive listening does take a long time. At this time, I started to train myself according to the actual test duration. Must be strictly observed! If it is still difficult to hear it completely, just chop the time one by one. As a result, you will find that some questions will come up: the answer is not heard, the answer is hesitated, the question is not read, and you can’t remember it. If the answer is not heard, look at the original text to find the answer, and then analyze whether it is because of unfamiliar words, approximate expressions, speaking too fast, or conversion. Memorize unfamiliar words! Approximate expression, just remember! Speak too quickly, just listen to this sentence repeatedly, until you hear it, you know what it means! It needs to be converted. For example, this year is 2017. I did this 5 years ago. After hearing the previous keywords, I quickly wrote down the key values, implying that I should listen carefully, and then quickly write down the subsequent changes! When the answer is hesitating, one, look at the original text to find the reason, and listen repeatedly. Second, do not stop and consider when you are hesitant when doing the problem. If you can’t remember all of the questions, look at the questions before listening, quickly mark the core words of the question, and write down the general content of the answer options. When listening, as long as you hear the key words, you must pay attention to the following content. Generally, it is easy to identify the prompt before the answer is spoken. At the beginning of the time limit, the score may drop again, but there is no need to worry or return to the state of listening carefully, you just don’t have time to adapt. After practicing a few articles, you will feel it. After practicing for 1-2 weeks, my self-test score can reach 6.5. 3. Complete exercise + summary of error types. Don’t think that you can practice a complete set of listening comprehension only if you can do it right, because doing one set in a single article is absolutely different from doing one set at a time. Remember, in training, you must do it all at the end. It may be close to the actual exam scene. Moreover, it is not advisable to fully understand every detail if you want to achieve a high score in the short term, you must be clear about this. To put it bluntly, this is just an exam. Since it is an exam, there are ways to take the exam. In the training close to the exam, I just practice, summarize, practice, and summarize, and take patch-style supplements to the summarized questions. Don’t blame yourself because you are about to take the exam and make mistakes. In the end, I trained until I had a listening score of 6.5. If I listened carefully, I would get a score of 7. Sometimes, even a rare 7.5 score. List the materials you use: a full set of Cambridge IELTS real exams, a small station IELTS app (Cambridge IELTS real exam listening text, summary of each IELTS vocabulary), several free IELTS online classes, paper, and pen.

6 months ago

If you are listening, I strongly suggest to sort out how many mistakes you make and where you are easy to make mistakes. This way [prescribe the right medicine to the symptoms], the effect will be good, and the effect will be quick! If it is a misspelling or if the word is not well understood or understood, there is no skill at all, just to memorize the word, whether it is a high-frequency vocabulary posted by IELTS Brother Weibo, or buying materials from a corpus that everyone recommends. It’s best to read and write at the same time, so that you can exercise your reaction ability by the way, and you won’t have to react to the word when you hear the word before writing. Listening to English and writing English is more efficient than listening to Chinese and writing English. Otherwise, the words you hear during the test need to be converted into Chinese in your brain and then written into English. The following brother mainly puts forward some suggestions for common problems and practice methods, and finally attaches a learning method for a girl with a perfect listening score (including analysis of various types of questions, it is recommended to learn skills when you lay a good foundation and seek higher scores). Questioning habit question? First of all, pay attention to whether the habit of doing the questions is good when doing the questions. First, for example, do you start looking at the title before playing the recording? Because in the examination room, only when listening to section1 is played, the examinee is allowed to open the examination question book. If you are accustomed to using the time when you first introduced the test rules to read the questions during practice, you will definitely suffer in the test room. Second, review whether you relax your demands on yourself when dealing with answers. For example, if there are plural numbers in the recording, you can count yourself as correct if you hear them as singular. Confusing the correct answer? If you sometimes correct the correct answer by mistake, it means that you still have problems with the choice of two confusing answers. There are two ways to deal with this problem. The first is based on the topic. You can see what restrictive words in the topic can help you exclude an option. (1) For example, if the title is about what changes will be made in this venue in the future, it is very likely that what changes have been made in the past and what changes will be made in the original listening text, pay attention to the use of tense words. (2) Another is that after an answer appears in the recording, it will deny the answer by itself, for example, because of the price and other reasons. What you need to do at this time is to write it down after you hear the confusing answer. If you hear it later There are negative words or transition words, then the answer may be wrong. [Practice method] First of all, we must understand that listening is linked to vocabulary. The accumulation of words every day cannot be less! For vocabulary accumulation methods, please refer to: How should IELTS self-study (seeking experts to recommend IELTS self-study books and apps, memory needs a few spoonfuls of persistence, a few bowls of courage)? Inside the study suggestions section. You can focus on sections 1 and 2 to ensure that these two parts are between one and two. Especially the first part, which is generally simpler and has less content changes. Generally, it is to ask for personal information in different scenarios. You need to do for different personal information, such as name, date, street, traffic, etc. that are likely to appear in this part of the information. To summarize. For example, the scoring standard for listening 6.5 is 27-29 questions. This means that on the premise that the S1S2 part can be guaranteed to be good or 1-2 wrong, the S3S4 part can be won by half or more. If you think this way, your mentality will be much better. If you lose 1-2 hours of listening, you don’t need to blame yourself too much (but attention is still the most important thing). After listening to listening, listen carefully to the parts you didn’t understand at the time. If the sentence is too long, you should analyze the pause and grammar of the sentence more. If it is because of the continuous reading problem, it depends on how it is connected. My Weibo also has rules about continuous reading. If it is just a simple word and agree to replace If you don’t hear it, then recite more words and agree to replace them. For intensive listening methods, please refer to: How to score 8 points in 10 weeks? Miss Sister said that just because I have thoroughly learned the IELTS test, I suggest you download some VOA/BBC in your mobile phone. The fragmented time can be taken out and listened to. It is definitely helpful. It is recommended to listen to it every day! ! If you can’t arrange it every day, please arrange for 10 minutes of listening every day at least two days a week. During the listening process, you must follow the other person’s ideas and understand every sentence. There is no need to listen carefully, and the gains outweigh the gains. Most people can achieve good scores in listening and reading, but in fact, listening can greatly improve the sense of language. Don’t underestimate the role of listening. In fact, the most important part of listening is the exam. You can do Cambridge IELTS listening practice. When doing this, please always keep a high level of tension and follow the ideas of each sentence, even if what you are reading is not what you want to fill in. If you can make a listening comprehension in the later stage, you can basically understand what he is talking about, then your listening will be able to go up to 8. The basic problem is solved, if you are looking for higher scores and skills, you can check out the following sharing! Next, I invite Tracy-chan to share how I practiced a pair of “cruel” ears to get full IELTS listening skills! Background: Level 4 635, Special 4 (naked test without knowing the question type) 68, Level 6 because of laziness. IELTS score: Listening 9.0 Reading 6.5 Writing 6.5 Speaking 6.5. The moment I got the results, my whole brain was blank. After seeing the terrible reading, I was completely stunned in mid-air, and my brain was blank for 30 seconds. I wondered if the papers were incorrectly approved. I believe that every roast duck has experienced such nervousness when checking the results. In addition to the unspeakable mood at this moment, all kinds of depression and sadness when preparing for the exam are also only understood by myself. If you feel compelled, you are probably going uphill. In this article, I will share the skills and experience of IELTS listening to everyone without reservation. Compared with the brutal oral and writing pressure, and the frenzy when you can’t find the corresponding word in reading, listening is the easiest item to test and score. The materials I used are real questions from Sword 5 to Sword 11 (appeared to Sword 13), because time is too limited to use the machine classics and simulation questions. The real question must be done well! The real question must be cherished! The real question is really useful! (Important things, say three times in different words) When doing the real test, be sure to treat it as an official test. If the classmates sitting next to your library are chatting with each other, then you can change it. Environment or let ta silence. There must be a sense of ritual for the actual listening, because you will not hear the recording a second time [manual smile face]. According to the theory, developing a serious habit when practicing listening can greatly reduce the situation of distraction during the exam. You must know that this distraction is a number of questions. Oh, by the way, listening is not case-sensitive. Even if it is a person’s name and place name, you can capitalize it if you want it, or lower it if you don’t, whatever you want. >>Part1: For number questions and spelling questions, there are often a series of numbers or numbers plus letters. Usually speaking, the speaking speed is not very fast, but make sure that this sentence has been completely spoken by the speaker to prevent missed hearing And omission. Be sensitive to numbers and keep up with the speaking speed of the speaker. If you can’t keep up with the small mistakes you will make for the time being, you can just say a few strings of numbers and record them in the voice memo, and then write down the numbers following your own recording the next day. (If you write after recording, you may subconsciously remember the numbers you have said, but basically forget the next day, it will have the effect of connecting.) For spelling questions, pay attention to the different pronunciation of letters in different accents. . For example, in the listening of Australian accents, the pronunciation of m and n is easy to confuse people. Also, the pronunciation of a and i in English listening is very similar. In this case, it should be judged by combining the names of people or places given above. The pronunciation and spelling rules in English are still somewhat useful. >>Part2: If it’s a map question, use the simplest and most honest method. Use a pen to follow the original listening text and draw on the map. Turn right when you turn right, turn left when you turn left, and you’re at the ground. After that, cross out the corresponding letters, so that the visual impact will be less, and the next questions will be cleaner. Don’t get dizzy with your listening… After you finish the map question, you can write down the words or phrases that describe the location, direction, and relationship while reading the original text to familiarize yourself with them. >>Part3: Four multiple choice questions. Regarding reading questions, the time given to you to check your answers in the first two parts and the reading time originally given to you in this part will be enough for you to read all the options and pay attention to the pitfalls in the questions. Generally speaking, the correct answer will not be the first one you hear. Most of the time, it will be followed by however, but or a whole sentence that refutes the previous option. In the sword 5test2s2, there is a question about what to do. The correct answer should be to send the bicycle, but I chose to send the bicycle overseas for a fee. In fact, what I want to express is to send the bicycle abroad, but I didn’t notice the hidden traps in the question of making money by charging. Information matching questions are divided into two situations, the first is that more options are given than questions; the second is that there are fewer options than questions. In the first case, there will certainly be options that are easily confused with the correct answer. At this time, you must read the title clearly, and don’t look at the options as they are stated in the original listening text. In the second case, a certain option will be used repeatedly, but usually all the options given above will be used. If you find that one option is not used when doing the question, then you have to check whether something is wrong. >>Part4: Fill-in-the-blank question is the most difficult part, but it is actually the simplest part (take fill-in-the-blank question as an example). Simply put, the answer is the paraphrase of the original listening text! ! ! This part of the original listening text is actually quite nonsense, it will consume people’s energy and make you confused about where is the key point and where is the answer. You only need to grasp the connection of the article, that is, the jump between the question and the question. Just find out the missing keywords in the paraphrase. Finally, you need to see clearly the title requirements, whether it is one word only or no more than three words. If you can tell the answer, if you go wrong on this, you will lose a lot. In fact, preparing for the listening part is far from being so bitter and deep. When reviewing irritability, you may wish to cover up the subtitles and watch a few English movies. In addition to practicing listening for such a utilitarian purpose, you can also enjoy the charm of the language English. There are indeed many conscience subtitle groups in China, but they are not ruled out. The dubbing of some films is simply horrible, and it will even ruin the laughter and emotion of the whole film. So, watching the raw meat for yourself, you may find a different taste in the film. It is better to have a good attitude towards listening and tell yourself that you can have a fault tolerance rate. In this way, if a few questions are not heard in the examination room, it will not affect the subsequent listening and examination. A good state of mind will lead to a good state~ You must ensure adequate sleep the night before the exam. Of course, if you are really nervous and can’t fall asleep, don’t worry too much about the result of bad rest. It’s better to go to the examination room openly and relax. It will only be counterproductive to think too much about the untouched results. Don’t ask me how I knew it, because I went to bed at 6 o’clock at 3 o’clock the night before the exam, and I was overly worried that the result of lack of sleep directly caused me to lose track of reading during the exam and ended up with only 6.5 points. I wrote these boring dry goods, I hope it can be helpful to you. There is no easy and easy way in this world. Any choice must be accompanied by a price. The process of preparing for IELTS is boring and boring. Every day is a three-point line of the restaurant library dormitory. For a moment, I thought I had passed the third year of high school. Life, but occasionally I will find that there are flashing little surprises in this unwilling routine, and sometimes the answer feels like being abandoned by the world. When I do not want to review it, I will occasionally say “If you don’t have IELTS, English should be What a beautiful language.” But looking back at the detours I have taken on IELTS, they are all part of my growth. IELTS is not so hateful or terrible, a relaxed and firm heart is enough! After finishing this bowl of low-calorie poison chicken soup, I wish everyone a bright future and a bright future. Okay, let’s not talk about it, I went to cry and cry my reading.

6 months ago

There are rumors: IELTS listening is the strength of Chinese students. There are many great listening scores of 8 and 9 around me. But why can’t I get such a high score? The next answer is mainly about how to use good methods to successfully counterattack IELTS listening in a short period of time for IELTS learners like me. In fact, I have tried many methods used by big guys before, but in the end I don’t know if it is because it is not suitable for me. In short, after constant attempts, I have not improved. A friend of mine I know did not achieve the results after IELTS several times, and finally gave up the idea of ​​going abroad. I can’t accept this at all! Later, I checked Weibo and saw the whole IELTS test preparation experience of a senior student. For a while, she used the listening method of listening four times. In fact, I heard the teacher mention this method in college class, and then I thought about it and tried it. First of all, I would like to introduce you to the four-pass listening method of IELTS listening. After carefully listening to each article four times with this method, plus one month of persistent training, listening will be greatly improved. The following is a specific introduction, to share with you, I hope it will be helpful to everyone. I have listened to the full text for the first time of IELTS listening, focusing on understanding the content of the article. Do not read the original text during the listening process. There must be many words that cannot be heard, and even some sentences are not heard. It does not matter. Start the second time. For the second time of IELTS listening, the focus is on understanding sentences. Try to guess the part of the unheard based on the words and structures you hear, and estimate which word it is based on its pronunciation characteristics. At this time, everyone will find that the listening test is actually It is a test to examine a person’s memory. You must remember what you understand as quickly as possible, and this is not the most difficult; you must also remember what you don’t understand as much as possible, and guess the memory based on the context and pronunciation characteristics. , Set cue points in your mind according to the progress of the listening content. The clearer the cue, the more likely it is to recall it later. In the third time of IELTS listening, during the listening process, you repeatedly search for the prompt points you just set, continue to contact the context, and focus on the understanding of words. From the full text, to sentences, and then to words, the scope gradually shrinks. If the basics are good, you will find that the words will jump into your mind when you listen to the third time. This is because the brain has already processed the information heard twice. , According to the set cue points will remind people of the words in the previous memory. After listening to it three times, read the original text again, read it quickly, and only look at the parts that you didn’t hear, so that the memory will be very deep. IELTS Listening is the fourth time to listen to the content just now, pay attention to the pronunciation intonation, and strengthen the memory of the content that was not heard just now from the perspective of pronunciation. In this way, after four intensive listening sessions, students with good foundation and good memory may have almost memorized the article! After listening for 1 hour a day and insisting on listening for 1 month, the listening materials of general difficulty can be understood, because all The pronunciation rules of listening materials are all the same. There are more materials and various pronunciation rules have been seen, and some have been heard more than once, so that the mastery of the listening rules is basically completed. After continuous learning and consolidation, the listening level will reach a new height on the original basis. For this kind of listening method, it is more necessary to persist and pay attention to the choice of materials. Therefore, I hope that students who are in the same situation as mine can also try more learning methods, because sometimes it is not stuck in your English foundation and learning enthusiasm. It may be because the method has not been found. I also hope that all roast ducks can quickly get out of the bitter sea, break up IELTS quickly, and go to the country they want to go to! Although the process of preparing for the exam will be a bit boring, after trying and working hard, you will feel that nothing can stump yourself! I really hope your hard work can be reciprocated accordingly, come on~~~

6 months ago

My first test of IELTS listening score was 6.5. After about one and a half months of training, my listening score was 8 in World War II, and I improved 1.5! Although the total score is not very high (total score of 6.5 points), but here can share with you my listening test preparation experience, I hope Daniel will not spray. Regarding my foundation, my undergraduate degree is business English. As soon as I hear an English major, I feel that my English foundation should be very good. How about it, but it is not actually the kind that I count at the bottom of our class… .. (Four and six levels of danger.) This time the IELTS test is also a hard work. Regarding test preparation materials and methods of use, there is no need to ask for too many test preparation materials. Be sure to make good use of what you have at your fingertips. Many people bought a lot of information and left it there without turning it over. So it must be used cleverly. The main ones I use are: mobile phone APP, Wang Lu corpus, Cambridge IELTS real exams, intensive listening training notes and a small listening class. Below I will talk about the preparation methods. How to use it? 1. Laying the basics. I believe that many big cows have been pushed to the ground using the Wanglu Corpus. This is the first time I used to learn IELTS listening vocabulary when I was preparing for the test. This book is suitable for basic roast ducks. I used it to correct the answers after I finished writing. After I finished writing, I copied the words that I didn’t know and wrote them down. I would recite the misspelled words on the same day, and then dictate them the next day. The corpus is very helpful for me to improve my listening vocabulary. After listening to the 5 chapters, I will not panic when I go to the real questions! ! Because I can dictate most of the words, this improvement is predictable, as long as you dictate steadily, you will definitely improve! ! ! “807” puts more emphasis on high-frequency vocabulary. All vocabulary is selected from the IELTS real test. The introduction of high-frequency vocabulary fully reduces the workload of word recitation. According to the experience of IELTS students over the years, as long as you have mastered the 807 listening vocabulary, IELTS listening is not Another vocabulary barrier! “IELTS King Listening Real Test Corpus” is upgraded again on the basis of the 807 upgraded version. It also contains 9 listening teaching methods and training methods in 9 major listening corpora. I used the electronic version at the time, because dictating the most words The important thing is to listen, it is completely ok without a physical book! Those with a poor foundation first use the 807 on the left and then use the right one! The link has been harmonized. Those of you who want these two e-books can follow the WeChat public account: IELT Tuyage or search yasi99, reply: “08” to receive the most complete “Wang Lu Corpus Information” 2. Intensive listening Training this is very helpful, how do you do it? Use a blank book, two pens of different colors, and a mobile phone to listen to audio. Step 1: Listen once to understand the main idea of ​​the article; Step 2: Listen to a sentence and write a sentence, but here I suggest that you immediately reflect the meaning of the sentence half a second before the pause, so that it can be truly meaningful Exercises. Step 3: After listening to a long passage, read the original listening text and compare it to see what you missed (especially in small details), singular and plural and past tense words, continuous reading, weak reading, etc… …. Step 4: Write the summary of the intensive listening in the summary of the notebook. Every time you pay attention and sharpen your ears, your results will go up. If intensive listening is really hard for you to persist, you can do follow-up training. In fact, many people’s poor hearing is actually due to poor oral English, because your pronunciation has problems, and you can’t recognize the correct pronunciation in listening. If it comes out, it is naturally difficult to recognize the words in the test site, and the deviation of pronunciation ability greatly affects the listening score! ! If you don’t believe me, you can take a few sets of words to test yourself. Would you like to read it? What is the difference between the pronunciation of the two words? Can you identify and spell the correct test words? ① straight / street② scale /skill③ surveys / service④ wake / week In addition to listening to the correct pronunciation when memorizing words, you must also master some pronunciation rules. For example, IELTS listening ability often appears: continuous reading and loss of blasting. You can do follow-up training, listen to the original text and listen to the audio follow-up. It doesn’t matter if you can’t keep up at the beginning. You can adjust it to slow speed or 0.6 times speed first. You must first listen to the light reading and heavy reading (mainly out Question points), continuous reading, loss of blasting, etc., first slowly decompose, read naturally, and then output at a normal speed. Only when you understand how her pronunciation is pronounced, can you understand her pronunciation rules when you listen, so as to be the fastest The reaction recognizes the answer!

6 months ago

I can fight this question! World War I Listening 8.5, it turns out that the review with skills is more effective than blind listening! With one month of review time left, it’s really not difficult to raise points quickly! Because lz didn’t make it clear where my hearing difficulties are, I will talk about the reasons why I and my friends have encountered more hearing loss, and then talk about how I solved these problems. First of all, let me talk about the two main tools used in the test preparation: Cambridge IELTS real test (there are many on Xianyu) Speaking 7 subgroup 1. Hearing is difficult. Listening is not in the state when listening, and the information is not in the right ear when the left ear enters the right ear. Stay in memory; information? Where is the information? Why didn’t I hear it? I heard the beginning of the conversation, but did not catch the information that required us to fill in the blanks; I heard the information, but because the speaker spoke too fast or the tone was continuous, I couldn’t write the answer or didn’t have time to respond. 2. Training method 1) Entering the state of listening In fact, I am really touched by the fact that I am not in the state of listening while listening. As a science and engineering student, I really love and hate English. When listening to listening, I seem to be ready to start doing it. It’s a question, but when someone starts playing the recording, I don’t know what I’m doing. Are you really listening? Yes it is. Did you listen? not at all. In the final analysis, this is actually a question of status. When doing the question, the mind is still floating, and it is not in the state. Regarding this, my own method is to do some reading questions to calm my thoughts, so that I can enter the state of doing the questions and enter the English world; or, I will listen to other English news and give myself a few minutes. Transition period; finally, it is the spiritual victory method. Find the feeling of concentration when you do other exercises, and keep suggesting that you follow your listening. Don’t think of him as a task, but look at what he is talking about. In this, in fact, I slowly and unconsciously immersed in the world of listening. (Why does this sound so weird?) 2) Grasping the original narrative and aiming at the difficulty of not finding information at all is actually the best solution! Can’t resist our IELTS, whether it is filling in the blanks or choosing, in fact, we have already given us the original words! What is the original narrative? It is actually a few keywords that appear before and after the space. When you hear them, please immediately stir your spirits. The answer is coming! Therefore, when reading in advance, we must carefully look at the keywords before and after the blanks and leave some impressions, so as to avoid being caught off guard. 3) Grab the key logical words and hear the beginning, but did not find the information? Maybe the sentences we hear are mixed with some other elements from our real answers, causing us to stare at the keywords and ignoring the true meaning of the original text, which leads to misunderstandings. At this time, logical words are particularly important in our listening! Speaking of logical words, this guy has tormented us in writing, but he is a good helper in listening. Moreover, in listening, speakers will emphasize logical words, and at this time, we have to prick our ears. See if he is talking about a turning point or a cause and effect or a concession. After all, this simple word can determine the direction of the whole sentence! 4) Repeatedly listen to the wrong question. Speak too quickly or can’t hear the continuous tone? This question actually reveals the problem of our usual lack of practice. When we encounter such a problem after finishing a set of questions, we must go back and listen to this part of it twice, and listen to what he is really saying, so that we can deepen our impression. Especially for the number part, people have finished reading a year, and you are still reacting for several years, so the usual practice for numbers is also essential. 5) Learn to sharpen your ears correctly. Of course, in addition to answering skills, sharpening your ears is also very important for rapid improvement of listening. Answer: The Lord himself is not a person with high self-control. When he has other academic studies to take into account, he also knows that he may not be able to stick to it every day when he invests in IELTS preparation. So at the time, the respondent signed up with his friends for the 29-day listening training camp of the 7-part oral group at the early stage of preparation for the test. At the beginning, I was a blind listener myself, but the teacher inside would bring us intensive listening + extensive listening materials. Some people took exercises and quickly pointed out the points that need attention, which really improved my entire listening practice process. Efficiency also avoids a lot of ineffective exercises. At that time, my listening skills really improved by leaps and bounds. Hahahahaha (the video online class was really detailed at the time, and I felt like it was clicked.) In addition to grinding my ears, there was still a large part of the time in the course as a teacher. Contact us and analyze the listening comprehension of various question types and summarize the test sites and test skills. In fact, some of the techniques mentioned above are also what I learned here. Here is a bit of borrowing flowers to offer Buddha. Ha, the most important thing is! Their training camp will take me to memorize words to solve the problem of synonyms! This is really much more efficient than when I recite words blindly! <(Let me put on the course schedule of the week at that time, is it very detailed?) At the end of the end, answer the Lord not to put too much pressure on yourself, believe that you will give and gain, go ahead!

6 months ago

The basic skills of IELTS listening are very important. Possessing the answering skills may sometimes be a fluke, and occasionally get good results in the exam, but it is difficult to guarantee a long-term victory. Because the test points are different at each time, the skills are constantly changing. Therefore, if you want to improve your IELTS listening, you must strengthen the training of basic skills. When I was preparing for the short-term exam, I chose to listen to swords 1 to 6 directly, listen repeatedly, dictate to the general idea, and if I had time, I would dictate a certain paragraph, starting from the simplest, and laying a solid foundation. After a few intensive listening sessions, you can probably hear the consecutive readings, endings, singular and plural, and follow up at the same time. Of course, if you have the conditions, you can practice dialogue with your partner, which can not only strengthen the understanding of listening content, but also imitate the pronunciation and intonation to practice oral English. In addition, many of the IELTS listening tests are about life situations, study lectures and other content. If you have enough time, you should collect and summarize the background vocabulary and relevant knowledge of relevant living learning situations such as renting a house, traveling and sightseeing, and group discussions. If it is short-term preparation, it is convenient to use this to review. Because it is close to life, it can help everyone to master it quickly. Among them, the scene words are to be memorized. I myself practice hard and collect high-frequency scene words. The effect is very good. As a student with a score of 7.5 in IELTS listening, the effective way for me to test is to use listening time cleverly. After you get the test paper, use the opening remarks to look at the third or fourth part first for nearly two minutes, and try to understand the problem first. After the listening test is officially opened, turn to the first part and follow the listening instructions. During the exam, you must always keep a high level of attention and strive to achieve a steady score for the simple part and less deductions for the more difficult part. In fact, IELTS listening is not difficult, but it is more difficult to get high scores. As long as you maintain a good attitude before the test, concentrate on the test, and adjust your state, you can perform at a normal level during the test.

6 months ago

The listening comprehension improved from 7 to 8.5 at an interval of about 7 months (2016.8.20-2017.4.8). I think it may be related to a large number of questions a month before the test. It is too troublesome to take screenshots and remove personal information. The scores are true. , It’s boring to lie, I’ll just eat myself and don’t advertise. I am not an expert in listening. I seem to have scored a few hundred and ten points in listening in the freshman level six exams (the full score in listening seems to be more than 200), so my listening skills have basically been developed by myself in the past two years. First of all, let’s talk about the textbook. Personally, I think Cambridge 4-11 is enough. The key lies in refinement. I brushed 4-10 before the first exam last year, but because the foundation is really not good, I listened to each section 3 and 4 sentence by sentence. In the end, although this method was relatively stupid in the eyes of the gods, and it was indeed time-consuming, my familiarity and sensitivity to the material was practiced at this stage, and then the first test of listening was 7, which was quite satisfactory at that time. After that, there was a bottleneck period for a long time, which lasted about six months (I want to review and take the exam again after I have finished the exam, and I don’t want to spend the money). At this stage, I have read all the major forums “How to “Improve IELTS Listening” post, I also tried some great gods’ methods, but the effect was not good. Later, I communicated with the teacher and found that I can’t go to the doctor in a hurry. I still have to stick to one method. Then I swiped the sword 5-10 again in March, and then focused on listening to sections 3 and 4 (sometimes there are also section 2). There are many mistakes in the article) The words in the place where the topic may be written are mainly nouns, special adjectives and verbs. (There are many definitions of “listening”. I also have feelings about listening. If you have any questions, please go to Just look down, the meaning of the following text shall prevail) The effect of listening is that when you close the original text, you can get the general meaning based on the word concatenation you wrote, and there are some twists and points, and then you will find some rules. For example, be very special, very, very, very careful about but and in fact. After these two words, either the answer or the exclusion, the probability is greater than or equal to 90%. Similar to this, there are various transition words and words that are determined by the conjunctive vocabulary, etc. . If you carefully listen to each original text and write down your own experience and summary in a timely manner, the accumulation of less and more will produce qualitative changes. For example, I found that if the arrow for the direction is given in the map problem (the kind of cross), the 1989 achievement will appear north, south, west, east, and my reaction to the opponent is a bit slow, so I will put the capital n in advance. The first letters of, e, w, and s are written on the picture (to be eye-catching enough). I really heard these location words in the original text. Even if there are more advanced words like northwest, I quickly reacted based on the capital initials, saving Time is small, mainly to give me a lot of confidence. When encountering more difficult matching and selection, it is mainly in sections 3 and 4. If you can’t keep up, you can listen to it in the exam. , Pay attention to the turning point. After listening, choose the answer based on the written key words. This way, the chance of choosing the right one is a bit higher. This is the case for the pro test.) Also, the core of listening and reading is to agree to replace, and agree to replace in every original text. It is recommended to copy it down and accumulate it. If you copy too much, you will have a sense of where the consent replacement will appear. I brushed a few books in a month. It was really painful at the beginning, and the blow was too big, because I have done all these questions, and I still made so many mistakes the second time (the correct rate of the basic and the first exam is not bad. ), sometimes in the study room I would cry to the answer, it is too bottomless, now I want to be very embarrassed, I still have to thank myself for persisting at that time, after more than 20 days, my condition is much better, and the accuracy rate is obvious. improve. Therefore, it is recommended that you prepare enough chicken broth or chicken blood when reviewing and brushing the questions. When you are disappointed or sad, give yourself a bowl and let them support you. (You can listen to the song of my idol in Mayday~) The accumulation of quantitative changes is particularly painful for me, because I am a slow-heat type, although I react slower than others, but after my own continuous efforts, I will still react, and the stamina is relatively large Haha, so please remember to prepare chicken broth when writing questions

6 months ago

Let me start with the conclusion: using the right method can raise points more effectively. It is very possible to raise 1 to 2 points in a month or two. According to your question, there are two aspects to start: 1. What is the difference in hearing; 2. How fast should you score points. 1. Know the difference. Although IELTS is a test that emphasizes the practical ability of English, it is a test after all. As long as there is an exam, there will be a focus of review. Knowing where you are worse is just like the law of buckets-fill in the shortest piece of wood, and you can hold more water; if you fill in your shortcomings, your score will be higher. So what are the common weaknesses that can be quickly scored if you overcome them? ①The error rate of selection and matching is extremely high. Like students with a good foundation, it is very likely that there will be more errors in selection and matching. In fact, these two question types also need to know some problem-solving skills. For example, many of the stems of this kind of questions have some qualifying words, which are often the key points for solving the problem. Let’s take the second question of Cambridge IELTS 11 Test 3 as an example. The content of the question is: The film that is now shown in the “Family Welcome” event is about… You need to choose the movie that appears in the show, not the movie that was shown in the past or is currently being made. This question seems simple, but in fact, the first time students will make mistakes in all likelihood. Most of the mistakes are due to not paying attention to the key information of the question is now shown. In addition, such topics should also pay attention to the accumulation of synonymous substitutions. The same question is the same question. For the movie being shown, will the expression “show” always reproduce the original word and use show to tell everyone? IELTS is to examine our English understanding rather than hearing ability, so most of the question stems and option verbs will be replaced with synonyms. For example, the common replacement of show may be display and demonstration, we should all be able to hear it. There is also a very common synonymous substitution that is synonymous substitution of general options and detailed original texts. For example, economy can also mean economy in addition to expressing economy. In fact, in the recording, we may hear India, America, Finland, etc. Waiting for such an expression, you must be able to understand that this corresponds to the economies of the options. ②The error rate of filling in the blanks is high. Many students think that it is enough to recite the words if the error rate in filling the blanks is high. There is no doubt that vocabulary is the main factor affecting the accuracy of filling in the blanks, but if you want to get a listening score of 6 or more on the IELTS test, memorizing vocabulary is definitely not enough. Common fill-in-the-blank questions include the first part of the information to fill in the blanks, the fourth part of the notes to fill in the blanks, and the third part of the process to fill in the blanks. Their examination points are actually different. For example, the first part of the information fill-in-the-blank questions, most of the test is some specific information in the life scene (specific information), you may find that you can find a lot of information such as time, name, number and so on when you just find a question. For this type of question, it is actually very important to eliminate interference items and accurately master the pronunciation of words and letters. For example, the test time may contain a lot of time in the recording, the time of the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games, the time when the athletes start to enter the stadium, the time when the audience starts to enter the stadium, the time when the game starts…for so much time, be sure to ask clearly the questions. What is it, and then eliminate the interference. In addition, you must also know that in addition to the pronunciation that everyone knows, z can also be pronounced as /zed/ and other pronunciation rules. Finally, there is a little trick. For the unclear pronunciation, you can consider the whole word. For example, if you don’t know the pronunciation of w and double u (actually the two are basically the same), you can judge based on the overall pronunciation of people’s names and place names. If you write Northuuhite, you will naturally know that the pronunciation is estimated to be It’s wrong. ③The map question has a high error rate. In addition to this, I also want to put up the map question separately, because this type of question is often unfamiliar to Chinese candidates. In fact, when doing map questions, it is best to mark the position first-if you have a compass, mark NSWE, if you don’t have a compass, mark L and R, and then you can judge the position expression for the positioning question. For example, map questions often have expressions such as across the street from …. You must be able to clearly know what the corresponding path in English looks like. Other tips, precautions, you should be able to summarize yourself in the process of brushing Jianya yourself, I won’t talk about it here, but I must remind everyone: After completing the map questions, you must master the expressions of the directions that you don’t know. , So as to avoid making mistakes of the same type next time, just one answer will not be of any benefit. I only talked about some problem-solving skills here. In fact, there are many problem-solving skills, and the problem-solving skills are different for everyone-some people just circle and draw when they don’t need positioning, but the correct rate is higher if you look directly ; Some people read the questions slowly, and it is not cost-effective to read them one by one. Our goal is to break up with IELTS instead of 9 points in listening. You should distinguish whether the skills are useful for you based on your own situation, and don’t follow blindly. 2. How fast is the score-raising speed? IELTS listening and reading have one thing in common? The best review material is actually Jianya, and Jianya is limited, and the effect must be the first time. the best. Therefore, students must be clear about when they want to take the test, and then formulate a reasonable preparation strategy. ①For the score is still far away, there may still be 6 months. At this time, you can do some extensive listening to accumulate language sense. It is not necessary to learn the problem-solving skills now, or you will need to review it after you finish learning. It is best to accumulate some listening and reading vocabulary separately during this time. ②For students who have 2 to 3 months to score, arrange the preparation time for several other subjects. In fact, during this period, you can basically learn how to solve problems and learn how to solve problems. In terms of frequency, it is better to arrange it according to your own daily time. For example, the time that the student party and the work party can use to learn listening is definitely different. It should be emphasized here that it is best to enter the state of learning every day. Before doing the questions, you can take a deep breath and recall. Don’t brush the questions for the sake of brushing the questions. It is difficult to make progress if you simply use the brushing as the goal. ③For students who have 1 to 2 weeks to prepare for the exam, they should quickly understand the pits of Jianya. Generally, it is not recommended that students with relatively weak foundations give themselves so much time to learn IELTS. After all, IELTS is still a comparative test of our actual English ability. Temporary holding of the Buddha’s feet can only help us understand the test and avoid some pits, but there is no way to fundamentally improve English ability. If you want to jump from 5 to 7.5, it is not to read one or two articles. Experience posts, but seriously review and prepare for exams. For students who have a good foundation, such as level 6 is already 600 points or more, 1 to 2 weeks to understand some of the key points of the next exam, most of the listening test scores above 7 are no problem. In conclusion, if you want to score points quickly if you have poor listening skills, it is best to know where you are bad and overcome weaknesses in a targeted manner. The concept of fast is also relatively vague, and you should make a reasonable strategy based on your own test preparation time. But if you ask if the basics are poor, is there a general quick way to score points? ——In fact, there is, that is the vocabulary. IELTS vocabulary has a general limited range, and listening is the same. If you master the answer words, you will basically fill in those words in the test. At least we will write these words and we are a little ahead of others; such as scene words, IELTS is very Pay attention to the context, so if you know the related words of the scene, many answers can be guessed. So, what should I do when there is really no clue? Then memorize the specific vocabulary for listening. Mr. Shrimp can also share a part of the vocabulary for everyone to review. I wish you all success in butchering ducks.

6 months ago

Dry goods warning! ! ! The listening sharing of this film is about 10,000 words, and it is estimated that the reading time may take 2x minutes….The pictures and texts are combined, and the hard work hahaha! I hope to give some help to the majority of roast ducks~ This article is a sharing of personal landing experience. I have a long IELTS review battle line. I have gone through many detours and spent a lot of money to take many useless courses. The listening points range from 4.5 to 7 points, no Talent, used to be a solid English learner, from the beginning of junior high school to college graduation, English scores have been hovering around the pass line. (Too miserable) If you have a good foundation, this content may not help you much, but if you have a weak foundation like me and don’t know how to start practicing and consolidate your foundation, this article is for you It must be very helpful~ because these are all very effective methods that I have practiced, and I have organized them in detail. Next, let’s look down~~~How to review IELTS listening? For the first time, you who listened to IELTS

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