The sixth rule of learning English is: “use only authentic materials” - but what precisely?
The answer is simple yet unbelievable: any. Any English materials that you use can make studying the language easier and more productive.
From BBC and CNN News to wellness, music and geography channels, there are billions of videos
waiting for you to explore. You don't have to – what's more, you shouldn't – limit yourself to just the
materials addressed directly to studying people, but rather go for those that are recorded by native
speakers of English for native speakers of English. This way you can be sure that the language used is
the so-called living language, that it's true and authentic.
News websites and blogs
Songs and lyrics
We all love music, don't we? From rock to rap, from metal to pop we enjoy singing along our favorite
bands. So make it a two-in-one bargain and use some songs as a study material. Try to write down the
lyrics and then compare them with the original, it's going to be fun!
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Maybe conventional books are not your shot, but you'll fall for easy-to-use audio books; you can use
them virtually everywhere, carrying a few dozens of your beloved stories in a pocket. Pause every five
minutes and try to summarize the plot to assure yourself that you understand it.
Although I have mentioned only a few sources, you can use virtually every piece of English to learn
something out of it. Just stay tuned!
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