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Learn English – What’s the best way to study English? – Funny language and speaking & course intro

Learn English – What’s the best way to study English? – Funny language and speaking & course intro

Okay, okay. Calm down, calm down A very good morning to you students. Welcome to London on this sunny day in 1973. I’m going to teach you about English culture and the English language. You probably think but you know Read more…


The Poppy Song for Kids | Veterans Day Songs for Children | The Kiboomers

The Poppy Song for Kids | Veterans Day Songs for Children | The Kiboomers

Thank you, thank you, thank you! Let’s all say “thank you.” We will all say “thank you” on this special day. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Let’s all say “thank you.” We will all say “thank you” on Veteran’s Read more…


Days of The Week Song For Kids

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 1, 2, 1, 2, 3, 4 Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday Friday, Saturday Sunday Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday Friday, Saturday Sunday la, la, la, la, la, la Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Read more…


A to Z Christmas Chant with Matt | Learn Christmas Words | Alphabet for Kids

Dream English Kids Cool It’s the A to Z Christmas Chant. It’s the A to Z Christmas Chant. Here we go! A angel B bow C candy cane D December E elf F family G gingerbread man H hot chocolate Read more…


The /i:/ Sound

The /i:/ Sound

This is the /i:/ sound. As in the words: be /biː/ me /miː/ need /niːd/ It is a Vowel sound and it’s technical name is the ‘Close Front Unrounded Vowel’. Remember that the key to pronunciation s physical and the Read more…


Guide to Learning English – English Language Club

Guide to Learning English – English Language Club

Hi there, Unfortunately, there is no magic trick to learning English. You’ll see lots of YouTube videos and websites of people claiming they have developed a special technique for learning English super fast and promising that you will speak English Read more…


The /n/ Sound

The /n/ Sound

Hi there. This is the /n/ sound, as in the word “and” in and not. This is a sound from the Single Consonants group. The /n/ sound is called the “alveolar nasal,” which means that you put your tongue against Read more…


Shaping the Way We Teach English: Module 01, Contextualizing Language

Shaping the Way We Teach English: Module 01, Contextualizing Language

CONTEXTUALIZATION IS THE MEANINGFUL USE OF LANGUAGE FOR REAL COMMUNICATIVE PURPOSES. IT HELPS STUDENTS UNDERSTAND HOW LANGUAGE USERS CONSTRUCT LANGUAGE IN A GIVEN CONTEXT. TEACHERS CAN CONTEXTUALIZE LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION BY ORGANIZING THE CONTENT OF THE LANGUAGE CURRICULUM ACCORDING TO THEMES Read more…


Little Snowflake | Kids Songs | Super Simple Songs

Little Snowflake | Kids Songs | Super Simple Songs

Snowflake, snowflake, little snowflake. Little snowflake falling from the sky. Snowflake, snowflake, little snowflake. Falling, falling, falling, falling, falling, falling, falling, falling, falling… …falling on my head. Snowflake, snowflake, little snowflake. Little snowflake falling from the sky. Snowflake, snowflake, little Read more…


What Do You Want To Eat? Song for Kids | Food Song | Learn English Kids

What Do You Want To Eat? Song for Kids | Food Song | Learn English Kids

Hello. My Name is Matt. What’s your name? It’s great to see you. I’m hungry. Tunes, you scared me. Matt, are you hungry? Yes. Watch this. Wow! What do you want to eat? I want a banana. Magic! Cool! Dream Read more…