Psycholinguistic Analysis of the Semantic Meaning of Sentences in Listening Comprehension and Its Implications
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Keywords

Listening comprehension
Semantic meaning
Listening skills

DOI

10.26689/jcer.v6i11.4465

Abstract

Listening comprehension is an important part in English teaching, and it is also an important research theme in second language acquisition (SLA). Through the application of psycholinguistic research results, this paper attempts to explore the process of comprehending semantic meaning of sentences in listening comprehension, thus providing solutions to improve listening skills.

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