Learn English with Music Videos and Songs | Ten Tips | With subtitles

Music and singing can be a great way to learn and practice English. If you can find a good song and use it to practice your English, the lyrics are a great way to expand your vocabulary and use new words and phrases in everyday English conversation. In this English lesson, I’ll give you ten tips that can help you use English songs to improve your vocabulary and get you thinking in English. Enjoy! — ⌛ Remember: Always watch the video three times. Today twice with English subtitles and tomorrow once with English subtitles. This is how you consolidate your learned English! — ✅ Support me and get these members-only benefits: 😀💲 If you want to become a member of my channel, here is the link: Level has these benefits and perks : 1) For 10 minutes or more during each live stream, you can join the “Members Only” chat. 2) A cool crown next to your name during live streams and when commenting on videos. 3) Your name in green during live stream lesson chat. 4) You will have access to a members-only video every Wednesday entitled Wednesdays with Bob. These are behind-the-scenes bonus videos with full English transcripts for your listening practice. 5) A full transcript for each Tuesday video. 6) Access to a slow down version of each Tuesday video with high quality audio and large, easy-to-read English subtitles. 7) At least one worksheet for each Tuesday video to fill out while listening. (Great for teachers!) ✅ Sign up now to get these benefits: If you’d rather support me via Patreon, here’s a link to that one Page: – TAKE YOUR ENGLISH CONVERSATIONS TO THE NEXT LEVEL: ✅Talk to a real English teacher/teacher at preply: (This is a Partners, sign up for This service supports my channel). ✅ Some books I recommend: The Pearl by John Steinbeck: The Martian by Andy Weir: Essential Words for the TOEFL by Steven J. Matthiesen (These are Amazon Associates. Purchasing these books supports my channel). — FOLLOW ME: ✅ I have a second Youtube channel here: ✅ Sign up for my email list to receive regular English class practice materials available at: https://bit. ly/3iW5F7h — TRANSCRIPT: Hello Bob the Canadian here. Music can be a great way to learn and practice English. In this video I give you my ten tips on how to learn English with music. Hello, welcome to this video. If this is your first time here, don’t forget to hit the red subscribe button below and give me a thumbs up at any point during the video if this video helps you learn English. Well, in this video we are going to talk about music videos and how you can use them to improve your English. I’ll give you ten tips, ten things I learned about using music to learn languages ​​while learning French. But they will all work for you while you learn English. So let’s take a look at them. Number one. Choose a song that you really like. It doesn’t have to be a song where you know all the words. It should be a song that speaks to you, that means something to you, maybe a song that has a catchy beat. Because remember, repetition is key to language learning. So pick a song that you can listen to over and over again. Pick something you like. Number two. You should choose a song that tells a story. Choosing a song that tells a story will help you learn things that you can use in everyday English conversations. If you choose a song that tells a story, it will help you learn new vocabulary and make it easier to remember because you can associate the new words, the new vocabulary, with the story. And when you pick a song that tells a story, it’s easier to remember because you’re learning new words in context. You will learn new words as part of the story. So number two, pick a song that tells a story. Number three. Print out the lyrics, which are the words of the song, on paper. I know it’s easier to just read them on the computer, but you should print out the words of the song on paper so you can attack the vocabulary. Underline any words you don’t know, circle any words you don’t know, or check any words you don’t know. **Note: All images are used under: CC0 License ✓ Free for personal and commercial use ✓ No attribution required From or


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