Listen to English music
It’s the easiest thing to do, but it’s surprisingly effective. Listen to english music to improve your listening skills. Translate songs to your native language to improve your vocabulary and grammar skills. Sing along to improve your accent. Each of these methods is very effective and fun at the same time!
Listen to a song a day. Not only is it fun, but you will learn words and pronunciation. And new music! Pick one each day and study it until you know it by heart. Find a genre that appeals to you and choose some songs that don’t go too fast — Think the Wake me up- Avicci
Budapest- George Ezra
Songs contain authentic language, are easily obtainable, provide vocabulary, grammar and cultural aspects and are fun for the students. They can provide valuable speaking, listening and language practice in and out of the classroom.
Top songs to learn english
Best songs to learn English
- 1. Wake me up- Avicci
- 2Thinking out Loud- Ed Sheeran
- 3 Budapest- George Ezra
- 5 Someone you loved- Lewis Capaldi
- 6All of Me- John Legend
- 7Shallow- Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper
- 8New Rules- Dua Lipa
Everybody loves to listen to songs. Many of the songs we listen to are in English. When we listen to them and we don’t know English, we appreciate the melody and the music, but, of course, we miss out on a big part of the song, which is the lyrics. Lyrics are the words that are used to express whatever the song wants to express. It can be a love song, a song of protest, a song about nature… you name it, there probably will be a song about it! So, since you listen to songs in English because there are many that you like, why not take the opportunity to practice your English at the same time? This is what you can achieve when you practice with songs