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Rachel Sumner - Sign Language and Foreign Language Through Music (Video) album mp3
  • Performer:
    Rachel Sumner
  • Title:
    Sign Language and Foreign Language Through Music (Video)
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  • Date of release:
    April 26, 2001
  • Size FLAC version
    1288 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1738 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1173 megabytes
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    4.8
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    964
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You get to hear how words are used in real life.

People don't say 'want to' as much as they say 'wanna. Music and especially singing are great for your pronunciation. Maybe this is because it's connected to melody and rhythm. Don't get hung up on understanding everything at first.

When we sing, we tend to mimic the sounds and the tone. But it takes some effort at the beginning! via GIPHY. It increases your vocabulary and your idiom knowledge. If you’re curious enough, you can download the lyrics of a song and their translation. By Aroa Ramos Garcia.

Music, first of all, sets a tone and a good atmosphere in the classroom. It creates an environment that is very much conducive to learning. This atmosphere, created. by music can enhance the ability of students to easily remember vocabulary words; therefore, shortening the study time for the student (Lozanov, 2001).

Why learn English through music? 2. How to use music to practise your English 3. Examples of songs in English by level 4. How to talk about music in English 5. Where to find the best new English songs. 1. Why learn English through music? To make faster progress with your English, you should connect it with your hobbies and interests. You could take this a step further, and try writing your own song in English. In their songs, they look at everything from metaphors to poetry, and they give you useful words in every verse. Learning English has never been so funky!

It does not matter if at first you do not understand the lyrics. You may start singing along without even knowing what you are singing.

Since most people usually have an easier time learning when it’s fun, that’s what Linguician has done.

Credits

Rachel Sumner - Primary Artist

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Sign Language Songs: A, B, C Song (Manual Alphabet) Rachel Sumner
2 I Can Sing My Numbers (Numbers 1-10) Rachel Sumner
3 Hello, How Are You? Rachel Sumner
4 Friends, One, Two, Three Rachel Sumner
5 What'll We Do Rachel Sumner
6 Friends Rachel Sumner
7 I Believe I Can Fly (Advanced) Rachel Sumner
8 Woodland Lullaby (Advanced) Rachel Sumner
9 Foreign Language Songs: All Around the World (Spanish, French, G Rachel Sumner
10 Hello, How Are You? (Spanish, Chinese, French, Kurdish) Rachel Sumner
11 I Can Sing My Numbers (Spanish) Rachel Sumner
12 Friends, One, Two, Three (Spanish) Rachel Sumner
13 Funga a La Fiah (A West African Chant) Rachel Sumner