Lithuanian English Dictionary

lietuvių kalba - English

klausymasis in English:

1. listening listening

Keep listening.
After patiently listening to the audience's complaints, the judges changed the results.
Listening practice tends to be monotonous.
She got so carried away listening to the Beatles that she missed the date with him.
It warms your heart to, when listening to a song in a (seemingly!) foreign language like Slovak, Macedonian, Slovenian, hear words you have known since your childhood and even understand whole phrases.
He has a habit of moving his head up and down when he is listening to a conversation.
Tom Skeleton, the ancient stage doorkeeper, sat in his battered armchair, listening as the actors came up the stone stairs from their dressing rooms.
After listening to an Arabic song for ten seconds, Dima finally heard a familiar voice say, "As-Salamu Alaykum!"
A good way to boost reading and listening skills in a target language is to read or listen to the news.
Someday, dear language learner, you must stop poring over IPA charts and start listening to people.
If you think that it's in school - seated in a chair and listening to a teacher - that you learn a language, then boy are you off.
Listening to Mahler, Lyusya would always think of death and life eternal.
This means that others can only come to know you and like you by listening to what you say.
You're not entirely to blame; just then I was listening to music all along, and wasn't paying attention.
When speaking in Japan, it may seem like you're not listening if you do not respond while somebody speaks to you.