Jump to navigation. Everybody loves pop music. Chances are that at least one of the songs on the list below will make you want to put on your dancing shoes.
1. “ABC” by Jackson 5
Why Learn English with Popular Music?
Best pop songs of all time. The moonwalk never goes out of style. The Artist Formerly Known as Prince raged against music copyright infringement his whole illustrious career, so no YouTube knock-off will do. It remains one of the best-selling records of all time at over 10 million copies, and its accompanying music video continues to inspire everything from copycat artists to Halloween costumes to relevant cultural satire. You know the meme we're talking about. Hint: It comes around every May.
But if music is so universal, why is it so hard to understand the English you hear in songs? What you need, dear English learner, are some easy English songs that are simple enough to understand yet still catchy enough to have you dancing and singing all day. Download: This blog post is available as a convenient and portable PDF that you can take anywhere. Click here to get a copy. Popular music is a good place to start learning English with songs because the sentences are easy to understand. The vocabulary is simple and the sentences are short and sweet. Most pop songs are about love, heartbreak or having a good time. Not only does that make for easier vocabulary, it makes for some fun party music! Pop songs are made so that everyone will enjoy them and sing along.
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