When you are trying to improve your English, it’s good to find enjoyable ways to do it. If it’s something you like doing, you will be more motivated. This post is for people who like music.
Is watching TV a good way to learn English, or any other language? Is it even possible? For a long time, I thought that watching TV (or Netflix, films, YouTube and so on) was good for students who want to practise their listening skills but maybe not much more than that. However, I've been thinking about it a bit more recently and I'm beginning to change my opinions slightly.
I did a survey on my Facebook group to see what people found the most difficult aspect of learning English and a lot of people said listening. (You can join my Facebook group by going to facebook.com/groups/learnenglishwithkatie.) So, I've put together a list of websites, apps and YouTube channels which I think are good for listening practice.
Do you want to improve your listening skills? The most important thing is to practise, practise, practise but if you would like more tips, keep reading. In this post, I'll give you some more ideas for how to get better at listening and where you can find some good materials.
Here are some fun videos to practise your listening. They are about April Fool's Day, which is today, 1st April!
In my last post, I said that the spelling and pronunciation of English can seem crazy, especially to learners from other countries. I this post, I'm going to show you one of the craziest and most difficult things: words with -ough.
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