Learn English with Songs!

Learn English with a catchy song! Learn how to say “I love you” in English.  A fun way to learn new words and phrases while singing along.

Nowadays, English is the most popular language in the world. Millions of people speak and write it every day. Many of them have studied abroad or have friends from other countries. However, learning a new language can be challenging for many learners.

When it comes to learning a new language, songs are the best way. Singing in English is the easiest way to learn vocabulary, slang and pronunciation. But how can you use songs to learn English? Here are some tips on how you can use songs as a great tool for learning English.

For people who want to learn English with song, this is the perfect article. We will be discussing 5 apps that can help you learn English by downloading songs in your language and learning it by listening. We will also share some tips on how to download music in another language and other things that can help you learn English faster.

Can I learn English through songs?

Listening to songs is another great way for language learners to develop their listening skills. If you are familiar with songs, then it is also possible to learn English vocabulary by listening carefully and repeating what you listen into your notebook/diary in order to have a better grasp of the language. Why can I learn English by listening to music in another language?

Listening is the most fundamental aspect of learning a new linguistic community. This is because all if spoken, written, or stated with our ears first. You might have noticed that you already know many vocabulary words when you are listening to songs in your own language and there are probably some unknown words which pop out right after hearing them repeated over and over again!

There are of course several methods on how you can learn English through listening to songs in another language.

Ways to learn English by listening to music

1. Regularly listen to music (English songs!)

This is pretty simple! There is an almost unlimited choice of songs in English so you can easily listen and learn anytime. In this case you will be able to listen and repeat English vocabulary used in songs. While there are definitely better ways of learning than through playing genres, it can be a great way for many students or people who have no time/money to travel abroad which can not only bring opportunity but also fun as well (by listening any song they want). READ, English songs for learning English.

2. Listen to your favourite songs again and again

If you like music, then why not play music all the time and try to listen carefully as much as possible?

Collections are a great tool for learning. You can learn about words that you find difficult in your favourite song by listening, analysing them or remembering how they sound so you will be prepared well on when it comes to finding out new English vocabulary. Although this collection method is limited in patterns of repetition (each word only used once), some people claim that by listening to music, they have learned a great deal of new words.

3. Check out sites like

You can also check out similar websites focused entirely on learning English through playing songs and watching videos (here ). There are many articles that you can read about the methods these websites use etc so it will be interesting for you as well! I think site such as this is really good if your main goal is just making connections between different English vocabulary.

4. Get the lyrics online

It can be hard to understand all the words when you listen to music alone but why not get the lyrics right in front of you? It will be much easier to memorise if there are high quality words on top. I am sure there must have many youtube channels to produce these kind of videos, and for good reason because some great song lyrics can definitely help memorising new vocabulary.

5. Make lists of words and expressions to develop English vocabulary

In our house, we have an English vocabulary notebook always at hand. When we finish a lesson with this in mind, as well as during the weekend and holidays, whenever we meet for meal times or conversations about food anywhere anymore. We try to make lists of words like these. We also pick up new expressions from time to time if there are any interesting ones that you would want to learn.

6. Write notes during meals (together)

Where the word you are trying to recall is written down next to its equivalent English

word, it becomes much easier finding them in your mind again.  I believe this also helps if we’re not able to immediately find a matching text like above and need some more time than usual, because by writing out words as well get going on rearranging how they were previously taught (and usually quickly) so that they fit neatly into their new place.

7. Relax, listen to music that you love and just enjoy it!

Dating English words (with the above method), singing, dancing and even just listening to music you enjoy can help quickly brush on new language. I am sure that it won’t be very long before we have great songs in our vocabulary now! And of course, if we already write down less about the verb forms. When trying averbinally is an important part of learning any dialect or language, because it helps us understand what each word means. Of course, there will always be exceptions but that is how we also understand it.

In conclusion, we have learned so much and I am sure that this will help us when we go to Japan, but also in everyday life. The more we speak, the easier it will become. We have a great foundation in English but we can always improve. Now you have a clear English grammar and vocabulary yourself, which opens up new possibilities for reading the books we’ve been learning! You May Like listening to English is a skill.