AEE Episode 7: How to Use the TV to Start More English Conversations

Do you want to speak with native English speakers every day?

Do you know how to use the TV to start more English conversations? This is a great way to get conversations going. It’s also a great way to expand your English vocabulary.

Today’s tip is this: Turn on the TV and listen to English to become more comfortable with the language.

Here are some places to start:

News Channels:

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TV Shows/sitcoms

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Which of these shows have you watched?

What was your favorite episode?

What English word or phrase did you learn from the show/news broadcast that you could never learn in a textbook??

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  1. I completely agree. I’ve recently read an itaki article which mentioned that when you learn new word, you almost learn the grammar of using the word. So it is not necessary to focus on learning grammar in a very hard and non-enjoyable way.

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