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Volume 1 Issue 6

November 2014

The Role of Listening in Language Learning
Dr. S. Preetha, 
Assistant Professor, 
Department of English, 
Bishop Heber College, 
Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India
Listening is the primary source of language. It is the foundation on which all the other communication processes develop. The very young child is channeled to speech, reading, and writing through listening. Studies of physical disabilities such as hearing disorders and brain damage, have pointed to the interdependence among the various language processes with listening at the base. The present paper critically analyses the role of listening in language learning.
Language Skills; Listening; Language Learning.
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