I don’t have an ear for languages. So how can I learn?
Listening is probably the most difficult part of learning a language. Listening is difficult because, unlike reading, you can’t always know where one word begins and the other one ends. You have to pay far more attention than reading, writing, and speaking. Sometimes you only have one chance to listen to something. For example, either you heard what the TV commercial was about, or you didn’t. Having only one opportunity to hear a phrase or conversation makes developing listening skills more difficult. However, you can develop this skill! As you continue learning, build your vocabulary and get plenty of practice listening to the language. Think about what the benefits will mean for you!
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