Learning English by listening to music

Written by Dan NguyenDan Nguyen- (dan.n728)

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There are many ways to improve your English, and listening to music is also a good way to do that.
Many people don't pay much attention while they're listening to music, especially to English songs just because it's a habit. But if you do, you will see the difference. You can learn grammar and new vocabulary through a song.
The song "Everything at once" of Lenka, an Australian singer is very interesting. The lyrics contain a lot of idioms and the melody is very catchy. Although this song is not very popular and it was released many years ago, it is still a good one in my opinion. Have you tried listening to it? Let's see how many idioms you can remember :D.
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Dinh Phuong >2 years
just one in one with music more as u can get more ideas in it
Dinh Phuong >2 years
yes sure
Dinh Phuong >2 years
this is the best way to get it in our relaxing
Song Pham >3 years
hehe i listen to music everyday
Huong Pham >3 years
Love the song (:-X)
Dan Nguyen >3 years
that's fine, try to figure out how many idioms you can hear, lol
What if I listen to "no lyric" music hohoho

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