You spoke was English handyman who had done a friendship when he helped me with some work for a few weeks, a Carpenter, and David. I was surprised and I got a bit annoying for your comment. What had I done? Of course he meant you plural in English and all you or everyone, but as there is only one word, you, in English for you/you, plural and singular, this was a natural mistake to commit. David explained what he meant, and it occurred to me that speakers of a foreign language and English as a foreign language teachers could learn something from noted what he said. I give your comments: you all my listeners do my hard of hearing, even worse, because 1. You speak while they give me back, or when I’m looking in the other direction and they are talking about you to my back. 2.

The person who speaks frequently puts a hand around his mouth when speaking. 3. The person who speaks may have something in your mouth, like a piece of candy or chewing gum. This obviously affects the pronunciation. 4. You wander out of the room, but continue to speak with the same volume. 5. Other noises affect my hearing and the person who speaks generally creates them.

For example, open a water tap or turn on the radio. 6. You where looking for something and your voice volume is reduced by 50%. David summed up: in practice I could hear much better if people only remember these points. It is not that you have to read lips, but this could be a small element, but it is that I need the most direct line of sound. Everyone needs this you could hear better and wouldn’t have to say does forgiveness? so if everyone recordarias these speaking points. I think that all of us failed sometime on these points, especially when we speak English for the Beginner students who have not had much practice in listening to English. So everyone can improve. Or perhaps I should say, as David almost did, you can improve.