Practice speaking lyrics： You will not be singing most of the time you are using the English language！ So after you have listened to a song， find the lyrics of it and read them out loud just like you would read a book out loud。 This will help you learn to pronounce and use the words as you would actually do in conversation。
There are many websites with songs and exercises for English learners. One example is . On this website, there are many English songs with exercises and instructions.
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When I get _____, losing my _____, many _____ from now,
Grammar: You might think that grammar needs to be learnt in a very structured way but listening to music will help you to remember grammar patterns and learn how to use grammar correctly in everyday conversation.
There are a few different ways that you can use music to help with your English studies. Just listening to music on your iPod while you’re walking to work will probably help to improve your pronunciation, vocab and English listening skills, but there are exercises you can do which will help you even more!
Pay attention to your mouth， tongue and lips： Notice how your mouth moves while you copy the pronunciation of the singers。 This will help you transfer your English skills to normal conversations without music。
Every summer we can rent a _____ in the Isle of Wight, if it’s not too dear,
Will you still be sending me a valentine, _____ greetings bottle of _____?
Use headphones： YouTube and other streaming sites and music resources often have low volume and poor audio quality。 Using headphones will help ensure that you catch all the words clearly rather than playing a guessing game as the song plays on。
Choose an English song with lyrics that you can hear clearly (preferably one that you haven’t heard before).
Listen to the song with your eyes closed and try to work out the theme of the song from the lyrics and the expression in the singer’s voice (is the song about love? Has the singer been hurt? Is the singer happy?)
At this stage, you could listen to the song again and write down any words or phrases that you hear (whether you understand them or not).
Find the lyrics online (type the song name and artist into Google and you should be able to find the lyrics easily).
Listen to the song again and read the lyrics at the same time. Did you guess the theme of the song correctly?
Look up any words or phrases you don’t understand in a dictionary and write them down.
Listen to the song a few times while you read the lyrics and when you feel comfortable, start to sing along.
Save the song onto your iPod and listen to it while you are travelling to work or school. The more you listen and sing along, the easier it will be to remember the vocabulary and grammar!
Try these tips and write a comment to let me know if you can see an improvement in your English language. Why not ask your English teachers to include music and songs in their English classes too?!
Have fun singing along！
Do you enjoy listening to music? Do you have many English songs in your music collection? Why not start using these songs to help improve your English language skills?!
Will you still _____ me, will you still _____ me, when I’m sixty-four?
You can _____ a sweater by the fireside, Sunday mornings go for a _____.
If I’d been out till _____ to three, would you lock the _____,
Replay difficult lines： The benefit of digital technology is that you can easily go back to a specific point in a song hundreds of times and listen to a part of a song over and over。 If you find that a line has some difficult words， be sure to replay them so you can memorize them。
How can I improve my English with music?
Sing along： Simply listening to English music can do a lot for your understanding of English， but it never improves your spoken skills。 To practice the words to songs yourself， you can sing the lyrics along with the music。 There are also special karaoke videos you can find online that allow you to sing along to a version of the music without lyrics。
Last week’s answers:
Have fun with English
How will learning English through songs help me?
Pronunciation: Singing along with your favourite English songs will help you to learn how to pronounce English words correctly and will also help to reduce your accent. You will learn more about the rhythm of sentences and how to link your words together when you speak.
Indicate precisely what you mean to _____, yours _____, wasting away.
Communication can be broken down into 3 categories: verbal language (the actual words we say), body language (eye contact, hand gestures etc.) and intonation (the tone of your voice, speed and volume). Did you know that only 7% of communication involves verbal language? (That’s why it is sometimes extremely difficult to understand what someone means in an email or text message!) 55% of communication is body language and 38% is intonation, the part of language that relates most to music!