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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin

“He’s probably lost his job and has to live on the street. He could be on drugs and alcohol.” “Maybe he just likes living on the street. He doesn’t have to. He chooses to.” Next Damon gets each group to say their idea about how the “mystery man” came to be homeless. He invites another group to express these ideas using different words. After a few stumbling attempts the tutors decide that this is not easy. “Speaking is one thing. Listening then speaking is a lot harder,” says Robert.

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06 April 2017 23:01
I agree that listening to your interlocutor is very much difficult as majority of people re inclined to express themselves. I know that as I had to write my research paper at http://researchpaperonline.net/write-my-research-paper on this topic.
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