Are you a music lover too? Do you sing a song while working too? We bring to you the top 4 tricks for you to learn English with music.
Whether you are a beginner or even an intermediate, you can learn English with music. It sounds highly surprising, right? But it is possible. When you have a musical way of studying or learning, you tend to remember things more often.
Not just this, you tend to learn that particular thing whole-heartedly when you have your mind and heart focused on it. You don’t feel the pressure to complete that content as fast as you can but you take your time even though your speed is slow, but you understand every bit of what you try to learn. With the help of music, your study sessions could be more fun and exciting.
As said before, learning English with music adds pleasure to your learning process and it also becomes entertaining and enjoyable. Listening and studying through music makes you happy and relaxed.
Let us now head on to the top 4 tricks that could help you to learn English!
Trick 1 – MAKE ENGLISH MUSIC A PART OF YOUR DAILY ROUTINE
Listening to English music and making it a part of your daily routine will help you to remember new words and new phrases. As and when you start including English music in your daily routine, it will become a normal thing for you and not something strange. Try to listen to those English songs that you like. Once you start getting interested in it, up your game with new songs and try to understand them. Listen to different kinds of music including raps, jazz, upbeat music and whatever you find.
Trick 2 – WRITE DOWN WORDS YOU DO NOT KNOW
Being a beginner or an intermediate, when you listen to new English songs, you tend to miss out on some words or you don’t understand some words. You always have the option to play the song again, while doing so, write down the words that you do not understand or you are not so familiar with. Once you have written it in your notebook, try to understand its meaning and try to frame sentences from those words.
The more words you know, the higher your vocabulary soars. Try to make it a habit to write down words that you do not know and you do not understand. Once you have understood the meaning of those words, try including them in your daily conversations with friends and family.
Trick 3 – TRY SINGING ALONG WITH THE SONG
Try memorizing the songs you listen to on a loop. Or at least your favourite songs. Just like you sing the songs of your native language, you could also remember the lyrics of the English songs that you like. Try imitating the singer and sing along with them. Eventually, you will learn the song with which you will understand the lyrics too, and at last the meaning of the song too. While you sing a particular song on loop, you will remember those English words and it will stay in your memory.
Trick 4 – TRY TO TRANSLATE THE SONGS
You could learn a lot of things with the help of English songs. You might have a hard time understanding the songs because it gives a message or it tries to talk about something that you are aware of, but you do not know it so well. If at all you are finding it difficult to understand the song, try to translate it into your native language. It will take effort and you will have to find a good dictionary for the same. By doing so, you will remember the words and their meanings more thoroughly.