Listening comprehension exercises needed

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Listening comprehension exercises needed

Postby wolverine » 2017-10-25, 2:12

I am absolute rotten crap at listening comprehension and need to improve yesterday. Please post any listening comprehension exercises you know of - I found some on Google and Youtube, but I need any and all I can get my hands on. If you know any sites with sample dialogues to listen to, please share :)
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Re: Listening comprehension exercises needed

Postby voron » 2017-10-26, 19:21

wolverine wrote:If you know any sites with sample dialogues to listen to, please share :)

Try this
https://3ears.com - lots of videos with subtitles

And there is Easy Russian, too:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klj0cz4WHSg

And there is also GLOSS:
https://gloss.dliflc.edu/

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Re: Listening comprehension exercises needed

Postby wolverine » 2017-10-27, 0:42

Yay, thanks!
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Re: Listening comprehension exercises needed

Postby vijayjohn » 2018-01-24, 8:02

There seems to be plenty of stuff for practicing your Russian listening comprehension on YouTube, at least relative to other languages (I would say there is more of this for Russian than for Chinese, for example). You should be able to find these just by searching for "listening comprehension russian." Here's an example (granted, the title of the video is highly misleading; it's not for "absolute beginners at all").


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