Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


Developing listening skill in a foreign language is an essential part of language learning and teaching process. Listening is a vital skill for the achievement of full mastery of the four language skills in order to enable students to fulfil academic tasks at tertiary level. At the beginning of the article the definition and the professional explanation of listening by famous linguists is cited. Then in the main part, the author explains to the readers the common errors in teaching listening and the reasons of them.

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