Definition of Audio-lingual

1. Adjective. Of or relating to a method of teaching language that focuses on listening and speaking.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Audio-lingual

audibly
audience
audience left
audience right
audienceless
audiences
audient
audients
audile
audiles
auding
audings
audio
audio-
audio-book
audio-lingual (current term)
audio-typist
audio-typists
audio-visual
audio CD
audio DVD
audio DVDs
audio amplifier
audio cassette
audio cassettes
audio commentary
audio compact disc
audio frequencies
audio frequency
audio guide

Literary usage of Audio-lingual

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1. Languages of Instruction: Policy Implications for Education in Africa by Erpaadea (1997)
"... grammars, exercise books, audio-visual or audio-lingual material)? Are there teachers trained to teach this language (speaking it is not enough)? ..."

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