Table of contents:
- Learn English with EnglishClass101.com
- American English with Philochko & Friends
- Speak English With Misterduncan
- Fluency mc
- Skyeng: Online English School
- English as notes
- BBC Learning English
- Real English
- English in a minute
- EF podEnglish
Video: 10 best YouTube channels for learning English
2023 Author: James Gerald | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-24 12:31
Video lessons are the easiest and most affordable way to improve your English if there is no time for systematic training. Of course, they will not replace a full-fledged course, but it is free, fast and interesting.
Experts from Skyeng Online School have shared with us 10 of the best language learning channels for all occasions.
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Learn English with EnglishClass101.com
More than 1000 short video tutorials designed to quickly learn the language, as they say, "on the go."
There are a lot of useful phrases and a visual demonstration of how the "mechanics" of the English language works - and, no less valuable, a lot of information about the culture of Great Britain and the United States. A great resource for those who are going there on a trip or even permanently.
American English with Philochko & Friends
Charismatic and funny American actor Phil Jones (aka Filochko) records video lessons mainly for Russians. Here they will tell you what they don't talk about at school - American slang and words that are not accepted in a decent society, the most common mistakes Russians try to speak English, and clever ways of learning the language for lazy people.
At the same time, Phil explains everything so simply and clearly that one can only wonder why at school it seemed so difficult?
Speak English With Misterduncan
A true Briton with perfect pronunciation. Duncan talks about dozens of ways to say "Hello" and "Goodbye", introduces foreigners to English catchphrases - and a kind of British humor. Each episode has at least 1.2 million views, and that says something.
Jace Levin found a non-standard approach to learning English - he raps about irregular verbs, tenses and the subtleties of pronunciation. It is simply impossible not to remember.
Skyeng: Online English School
Channel of the largest online English school in Eastern Europe with boring videos - analysis of popular songs, stories about common English-language memes and hashtags on Instagram, tricks and life hacks for learning grammar and overcoming the language barrier, reviews of the best films and TV shows - in a word, no academic tediousness.
English as notes
Dozens of videos in which grammar rules are analyzed using the example of lyrics and dialogues from cult films.
It's amazing how Lady Gaga or Beyoncé can bring tricky topics like the subjunctive or pronoun declension to life.
BBC Learning English
The British speak the most "correct" English, and the Air Force is generally considered the standard. Every day (except weekends), new videos appear on the channel on how to read and watch the news, teachers explain intricate English grammar, teach how to speak correctly and memorize words.
An excellent channel based on the speech of ordinary people. Small interviews, polls and conversations with people on the streets - all with subtitles. It is very useful for those who want to learn how to distinguish between different accents and improve their listening comprehension skills.
English in a minute
Channel created by the leading radio station "Voice of America". The title is fully consistent with the content - each lesson lasts only a minute, which is very convenient for busy people. The creators manage to very simply and at supersonic speed explain the rules of grammar, common expressions and words that often come across in news broadcasts.
Just a minute a day and in a couple of weeks you will notice that your English is improving noticeably.
The triumph of a practical approach - on this channel, the rules of English are analyzed using examples of specific life situations.
Maria, Elinor, Philip and Kendra travel the world, go out to restaurants and on dates, discuss art, complain about neighbors, do yoga. The channel will definitely appeal to those who are going to actively communicate with foreigners.