Submitted by Anderson_BR on April 13, 2018
When I decided to practice my listening in English, I had some trouble finding an efficient way to do that. I tried watching series, but that didn’t work for me. Then I found TED.com, a website where you can find videos about practically any subject and, since they’re all “TED Talks”, the person giving the talk must speak clearly, what makes it much easier for English learners to understand. I’ve never found a TED Talk longer than 22-23 minutes.
If you’re an English learner, give it a try.
Specially, if you’re a student (or have already finished your studies), there are lots of TED Talks whose content might help you to keep yourself up to date with your area of study.
Note: Most TED Talks have subtitles in many different languages.