If you are a teacher, try using the songs below in your classes. And if you are a parent, sing the songs with your child. We've prepared activity sheets and explained what each song is especially good for. So, get ready for a purposeful and enjoyable activity!
Are you a music lover? Do you like learning English with songs? If so, this post will definitely appeal to you. We've compiles a list of useful English idioms based on popular songs of Adele, a world-famous British singer and songwriter. Read the post, take notes and listen to the songs to the hear the idioms in context.
Listen, think about the most important things, enjoy the season and learn English having fun!
Congratulations, it's Friday again! If you don't feel like beavering away at English today, don't. This post will set your Friday mood and teach you a bit of English along the way. Listen, read, dance, sing along and enjoy learning!
A simile /ˈsɪməli/ is an expression which compares two things; it always includes the words as or like. You can use similes to make your spoken and written English more colorful and your comparisons - more powerful...
Jimi Hendrix said, "You have to go on and be crazy. Craziness is like heaven."...
This post is about popular songs whose meaning is often misunderstood or not understood at all. In addition, they are interesting from the linguistic point of view.