"Listen to th' wind wutherin' round the house," she said.
But as she was listening to the wind she began to listen to something else.
"This must not be," I thought I heard him say: "either he must listen to
reason, or I must have recourse to the last resource of civilization." Then, addressing me in a louder tone, he hurriedly exclaimed, "Listen: no stranger must witness what you have witnessed.
It was evident that he not only knew everyone in the drawing room, but had found them to be so tiresome that it wearied him to look at or listen to
It was plain that she did not dislike me, and equally plain that there was some obstacle connected with her father, which forbade her to listen to
my offer of marriage.
His deference to this particular branch of science had induced him to listen to
the application of a medical man, whose thirst for natural history had led him to the desire of profiting by the migratory propensities of the squatter.
The best way to understand people is to listen to
them - Ralph G.
The main purpose of the listening skills is to receive the message of the sender as much correctly as possible but students at their beginning stage very often face a lot of difficulties for the fulfillment of this purpose and there are also some hurdles in this process of communication because listening to the second language acquires a lot of mental effort and when a hurdle like noise come in its way so students face some difficulties to understand the actual pronunciation and when they listen to
the actual pronunciation of those words then comes the issue of their vocabulary.
Click "Form description" and write your directions: "Listen to
the music selection below.
Spotify, like any other streaming platform, is constantly collecting data about its users based on what they listen to
. One minor benefit of this is that the service can produce slick, informative "year in review" lists that show each user what they listened to the most in any given year.
People have had causes to regret because they are not patient to listen to
others and when they realise they should have, it is rather late.
In addition, Anthony Edgington (2008) wrote a column focused on how tutors read and listen to