Developing the Listening Ability of Students

AL-Dulaimi Hassan Khlebus, Univ Prof. Dr. Ecaterina Vrasmas


The aim of this paper is to point out the benefits of being a good listener, while clarifying the distinction between listening and hearing and analyzing the benefits of being a good listener. Listening skills developed by students can improve their school results and can help them achieve their goals easier, as it will be shown according to the latest research. The paper is structured as follows: it starts with an introduction, followed by materials and methods. There is a discussion about the results in the results and discussion section and the final statements are made in the conclusions section.


Listening skills; language learners; listening practice.

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