The key to acquiring a language through listening is listening to the language, in this case English, spoken at the right pace for language learners, with the correct pronunciation. Native English speakers are the best source of English listening materials and ideally you want a single voice, with no other noises to distract you.

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Audio quality and having a written transcript to fall back on should you need to lookup a word is important. Then you need content that is interesting as you will need to listen to the audio several times to imprint the language sounds in your longer term memory.

This is exactly what you will get for free [here at Adept English](https://open.spotify.com/show/7ixeOS7ezPTZSaISIx2TTw). We know what you need to help you learn through listening and when we started out, we looked for suitable English audio for free on the internet. We looked every where for English audio that met our basic requirements, we just couldn’t find what we needed to help you learn to speak English fluently. So we ended up making our own.

Although it may not be a good news topic, today we will talk a little about nCov 2019, the corona virus, that’s affecting so many people around the world. Although the topic is interesting, it’s not the topics subject that matters most. Listening to English language sounds, listening to everyday English vocabulary and English phrases training your brain so it can automatically recognise words without translation, the start and end of English sentences, grammar, intonation and tone. You are learning all these things and more every time you listen to one of our English lessons.

 

A graphic which shows what a pathogenic virus might look like under an electron microscope, it specifically shows a virus with a corona shape.

A graphic which shows what a pathogenic virus might look like under an electron microscope, it specifically shows a virus with a corona shape.

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