Tip 2: Read the Question first before listening to the clip
Questions can be related to a specific piece of information available in the audio clip:
1. “Where is the stadium?”
2. “Who has sponsored the news report?”
3. “How many people are there in the speaker’s family?”
For the illustrative questions given above, you need to listen to the clip until the specific piece of information you’re looking for is spoken out aloud.
Questions can be contextual, related to the audio clip as a whole:
1. “What is the purpose of the speaker?”
2. “What is the speaker’s profession?”
3. “Where is this conversation taking place?”
For the illustrative questions given above, you need to listen to the whole clip to understand the context of the speech.
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