10 Best Modern American Sitcoms to Learn English

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Are you tired of your English grammar books?

Had enough repetitive exercises for learning English?

When you get home, doing even more English exercises is probably the last thing you want to do.

Sometimes all you want to do is …

The 11 Best Sci-Fi TV Shows to Learn English

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Already watching movies to learn English?

And can’t stop learning English with those ’90s sitcoms?

We’ve got an idea that will not just expand your English vocabulary, but also expand your mind.

We’re talking about sci-fi TV shows!…

10 Best ’90s Sitcoms for English Learners

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Learning English from TV…

…but run out of shows to watch?

No problem!

You could learn English with songs.

You could also learn English through movies.

And you could also learn from the best TV shows of all

9 Modern American Classics for Learning English with Movies

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Do you like movies?

Who doesn’t, right?

Well, here’s a hack for you. (A “hack” is a “trick” or “shortcut”).

How about learning English with movies and films?
 


 

Why Learn English with Movies and Films?

Watching movies …

9 Awesome Blogs for Learning English

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What’s the best and worst part about learning English online?

The best part?

All of the great free stuff.

After all, you can learn English through music for free.

There are also lots of great resources to learn English through

11 English Podcasts Every English Learner Should Listen To

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Want to improve your English, but don’t want to look at any more textbooks?

If so, I’ve got the answer you’ve been searching for – English podcasts.

Why Learn with English Podcasts?

English language podcasts are an excellent way to …

20 Essential American Slang Words for English Learners

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American slang can make things so tricky for English learners.

Has this ever happened to you?

Your friend asks: “Hey, what’s up?”

You respond: “Um, the sky?”

Your friend was really asking you, “How is it going/How are you?”