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  • Get ready for a super special English lesson because I'm joined by the best English teachers

  • on YouTube. Hello Eat Sleep Dreamers. Hey guys, it's Lucy from English with Lucy. Hi

  • everybody this is Korean Billy. Hello everyone, my name is Anna English from English Like

  • a Native. Hi, we're Joel and Lia. Hello everybody, my name is Elliott. I'm Sabrah from Love English.

  • I'm super excited guys, I hope you are too, so let's get going!

  • So I asked my favourite English teachers on YouTube for one golden tip that they give

  • their learners about how to learn English. I'm sure you are going to find each tip really

  • useful. Now once you have finished watching this video, I would like you to go and visit

  • all of their channels, watch their videos, subscribe and give them some love. Alright

  • let's get our first tip from Isabel and Philippe from Amigos Ingleses.

  • Hello Eat Sleep Dreamers, how's it going? I hope you are well. So what is our golden

  • rule for learning English Isabel? So the golden rule from Amigos Ingleses is to immerse yourself

  • in the language. It's as simple as that, this is what Philippe and I did so now Philippe

  • speaks fluent Spanish, I speak fluent English. So he came to live in Spain, I moved to Cambridge

  • and this meant an incredible boost for our language learning process. Didn't it Philippe?

  • All you have to do is get deep into the language and the culture. Yes, immerse yourself, but

  • you don't always have to travel to immerse yourself. You could also immerse yourself

  • from your own country and integrate English into your daily routine. So that means listening

  • to music in English, going to watch films in English, going to meet-ups and meeting

  • native speakers and practising your English with them. Using all the resources on the

  • Internet to improve your English. So there's no excuse really, you can immerse yourself

  • by travelling or staying in your own country. Yes and if everything fails and you are single

  • just find yourself an English husband or an English wife. That's pretty convenient and

  • cheap. I'm not cheap. Ok, everyone thank you. Thank you Tom and the dreamers. Take care,

  • bye bye.

  • Thank you so much Isabel and Philippe. Yes, I love that tip. Immerse yourself in the language

  • wherever you are in the world. One idea that I always tell my students is to turn their

  • phones from their native language into English so that they get used to looking at English

  • all the time. Because how often do we look at our phones? I mean, too many times in the

  • day and so if you've got your phone in English then you're having that contact with English

  • every day, almost all day. Now it might be a bit tricky to begin with but you'll get

  • used to it. I did that when I lived in Spain and Argentina. I turned my phone into Spanish.

  • It was great, really useful. And yes, if all else fails, yeah. Find an English partner.

  • Alright who is next?

  • Hey guys, it's Lucy from English with Lucy. The top tip that I'd like to share with you

  • today is fake it till you make it. If you feel shy or if you feel unconfident while

  • speaking English, pretend that you are confident, pretend that you know what you are talking

  • about until you actually do. It's something that helps me a lot with public speaking.

  • I know have to speak sometimes in public and I always go up, I pretend I'm confident and

  • slowly but surely I start to feel more confident. So that's my tip for you today, I hope you

  • find it useful. Thank you very much Lucy, yes confidence is such an issue especially

  • for learners of, well learners of any language but particularly learners of English. So this

  • could be a really useful technique to help you gain more confidence and believe in your

  • own ability. I often find practising in front of a mirror or into your voice recorder is

  • a great way to begin to build confidence. And then when you are in a conversation, fake

  • it till you make it. Why not! Fantastic, ok. Next one! Hi everybody this is Korean Billy

  • and I'm running a YouTube channel called Korean Billy. So a piece of advice I would like to

  • give you guys is start from where you are. So for example, maybe you are watching this

  • video in your room holding your mobile phone or you are watching this video outside, right?

  • So wherever you are, just look around your self and around you there are lots of kinds

  • of things, right? For example, there could be a mirror or there could be a mouse then

  • change everything you see from your native language into English. Some would be quite

  • easy for you to change into English and some would be a bit difficult for you to change

  • into English, right? Then start from there and by doing that you can kind of instantly

  • feel that your English skill would be improved because you would be able to start to speak

  • in English about things around you. So start from where you are and change everything around

  • you into English and then move on to the next level. Well I hope my advice could give you

  • an idea about learning English and thank you so much. Thanks Tom.

  • Thank you very much Billy and yes start from where you are. I often tell my students to

  • label things around the house with sticky notes. So let's say there's a word that you

  • can't remember. Wardrobe for example, you can never remember the word wardrobe. Well

  • use a sticky note, write the word wardrobe and stick it on to your wardrobe. So that

  • every time you go to open it up to get some clothes you see that word and it becomes fixed

  • in your mind. So start with the objects around and then move on from there. Ok, next one.

  • Hello everyone, my name is Anna English from English Like a Native and my top learning

  • tip is to use music. Now music is fantastic for getting information into your long term

  • memory. So every couple of weeks, choose a few songs that you really enjoy, look up the

  • lyrics, find out what all the words and phrases mean and then simply sing to your heart's

  • content. And before you know it, you will have increased your vocabulary, you'll have

  • a better understanding of sentence structure and grammar. So what are you waiting for?

  • La la la.

  • Thank you Anna, very much. Yes! Music is an amazing way to learn English. I've done a

  • few videos on here with Ed Sheeran and Coldplay helping you learn English through those songs.

  • I just think that the language in songs is fantastic. You are going to get interesting

  • grammar structures, you are going to get new vocabulary often lot of sort of colloquial

  • or slang language. You are going to hear such natural English and in a fun way. Yeah I completely

  • agree with Anna, music is a fantastic way to learn English.

  • Hi, we are Joel and Lia and we've got two tips because we are two people. So it's two

  • for the price of one. Which is a saying we have in our super markets. So our first tip

  • would be , don't be afraid to throw away the text book and look for alternate methods of

  • learning like online. You are probably already in the right place. Don't be afraid to watch

  • British TV, British vloggers and listen to real people. Yep, and my biggest tip would

  • be not to ignore British culture. It's one thing to learn the English language really

  • well but if you don't learn much about British culture then it's not really going to work

  • because those two things come hand in hand. So chuck away the text book, learn about culture

  • and you are on for a winner. Thanks for having us, bye.

  • Thank you Joel and Lia for your fantastic tips. And yes absolutely guys, YouTube is

  • an amazing place to learn English, you have all these amazing teachers at your finger

  • tips. Start with them. And then also yeah, look at vloggers that you can watch to improve

  • your listening and your vocabulary. Alright, next!

  • Hello everybody my name is Elliott and I'm from a little channel called ETJ English.

  • Now my piece of advice for you today is especially useful for those of you that want to improve

  • your pronunciation. Now what I want you to do is try to learn things in small amounts

  • but more often. And the reason why is when we try to learn loads of stuff in a really

  • long session it kind of becomes a waste of time because we forget loads of stuff, we

  • get stressed out and the learning process kind of becomes a chore, something we don't

  • want to do. So next time you try to learn or improve something I want you to take anywhere

  • between ten to thirty minutes but maybe two to five times per day, if you can obviously.

  • And really dedicate this time to focusing on one or two important things that you want

  • to practise or learn. And hopefully you should remember some more stuff, you won't get as

  • stressed and also the most important thing English will become a part of your daily life,

  • and that, that's what we want.

  • Thank you so much Elliott, absolutely. Habit forming is so important when it comes to learning.

  • Learning anything really, but yeah learning English, yeah. Creating habits for yourself.

  • I totally agree, keeping it short and simple. It could be ten minutes or twenty minutes

  • absolutely. Doing it every day, rather than learning for three hours on one day a week,

  • learning in little bite sized chunks every single day. That way you are going to progress

  • so much quicker. Great stuff, alright who's next? I'm Sabrah from Love English and today

  • I'm sharing my hot tip with you all about how to personalise language so that you remember

  • it more easily. Now learning a language means using your memory a lot. You have to remember

  • the new grammar forms and the new vocabulary. However it's difficult to do that, we have

  • to really think and use our memories all the time. But if you personalise the language

  • you use, meaning make it relevant for you so make it about you. You will remember it

  • more easily. And this is because we remember things which are about us which are relevant

  • to our lives. So for example, if you learn a new adjective like to be hard-working you

  • could think about the fact of are you a hard-working person? Do you think you are a hard-working

  • person? Or maybe you think you're not. Maybe you are the opposite. Maybe you are a lazy

  • person. So this process of you considering these things about yourself will help you

  • to remember the vocabulary. You could even write a sentence like 'I'm not a hard-working

  • person, but my father is.' And this way hopefully you should remember it more. Thank you very

  • much guys, now handing over to Leila who is in Venice. Lucky her! And she's going to tell

  • us a little bit more about this technique.

  • Good luck with your English guys. Personalisation, talking about your experiences. The people

  • you know, the places you've been. Let's looks at the present perfect as an example. I've

  • been to Venice, where have you been? It's no good writing about other people's experiences

  • because those connections here won't be made. The same goes for vocabulary. When you learn

  • new words try and put it in a context that you can relate to. So tourist, crowded. There

  • are many tourists in Venice. There were many tourists in Venice when i went there. It was

  • really crowded. This method should help you develop your vocabulary and remember those

  • grammatical structures. Hope that was helpful. Thank you Leila and Sabrah, I love that tip,

  • personalising the language. So i remember learning a word in Argentina called 'Quilombo'.

  • It's a slang word, it means a mess or a chaotic situation. Now I went to a football match

  • where there was a riot, there was police it was very dangerous and I remember looking

  • in the newspapers the next day and it said it was a quilombo, a disaster. And I have

  • always attached that word to that moment that I experienced. So i was using my personal

  • experience to connect to a word and they've been together ever since and so I won't forget

  • that word because I remember that situation very clearly. And finally here's my tip for

  • how to learn English. In my opinion the best way to learn English is to do it through your

  • passion. To do it through the things that you love. So if you love yoga, go onto YouTube

  • and type in 'yoga class' and find YouTubers that teach yoga in English. And watch their

  • videos, do the thing that you love, which is yoga, and listen to English and you will

  • pick up the important vocabulary, the topic vocabulary that's related to your passion.

  • You'll get their accent, you'll get their pronunciation everything will be there. If

  • you live in a big city, perhaps you could find a yoga class that's done in English.

  • Right guys that was an amazing collection of tips to help you improve your English.

  • I'd like you to do a couple of things for me. First thing is to go and visit all of

  • those channels, go and subscribe to them, watch their videos. The next thing is I'd

  • like you to go into the comments below and tell me which tips were new for you and that

  • you want to try. Which ones are getting you excited. So let me know in the comments below.

  • And finally if there is anyone you know that is trying to learn English please share this

  • video with them because this is an amazing resource for anyone who is learning English.

  • Thank you again to all of those English teachers for helping to make this video. For taking

  • the time to film and send it over to me. I really really appreciate it. I love this kind

  • of stuff guys, getting so many experts in one place to give you the best information

  • possible. I'm so excited, i really hope that you've enjoyed it. So if you have please give

  • it a massive thumbs up. Alright guys I'll be back again every Tuesday and every Friday

  • as you know. Helping you take your English to the next level. Until next time, this is

  • Tom the Chief Dreamer, saying goodbye.

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