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Tuesday, February 05, 2019

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Answer is A, B, D


A,D

A, D

A,C


A-the biggest mistake is rolling their bodies

D- incomplete exhalation

A,D

A , D

A
D

A= OVER ROLLING WHEN THEY'RE TURN TO BREATH

D= HOLDING THEIR BREATH/ MAKE SURE THAT YOUR ALWAYS EXHALING

A & D

A,D

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D

sorry ,Mr Simon. if I can not understand this video completely , what kind of methods can I use for improving my listening skill? shadow reading?

A
D

A = The biggest mistake- Over rolling when turn their hips, ankle etc.

D = Another mistake! Constant exhalation or incomplete

Hint!
Read the question and just underline the key words.

A,D

A, D

A D

A D

A D

A, D

C D

A D

A ( the biggest mistake they made is over-rolling when they turned to breathe, not only turning their chin but also their whole body, their hips their ankles, and almost rolling on the back to breathe)

D ( another mistake that beginning swimmers typically made is holding their breaths....many who hold their breath too much have an incomplete exhalation and carbon dioxide building up which quickly adds to fatigue and energy lost, so make sure that you are always exhaling)

A D

B.d

CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

A, D

Note: B was wrong because he gave the opposite advice - many beginners lift their heads too much.

B D

A and D

A and D

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A and D

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