Learning English By Watching Movies and Netflix

Learning English By Watching Movies

One can agree that entertainment is a part of life. nowadays, everyone watches Netflix or some kind of streaming services that allows you to watch series or movies.

Watching movies is one way to improve your English outside of the classroom

Netflix, for instance, is the largest internet entertainment service where everyone can watch movies, TV shows and documentaries in many languages. There are many genres like thriller, horror, romance, musicals, Sci-Fi, classics, comedies and children based movies.

Everyone can watch his or her favorite movie or TV show online anytime, anywhere. It can be downloaded on your phone, laptop, TV or computer. And in today’s generation kids, youngsters and adults can learn English by watching movies. It can generally help you build your listening and pronunciation.

Netflix has approximately 130 million membership subscribers in over 190 countries. Netflix’s plan starts from $13.99 a month, which is the standard. Meanwhile the premium plan is $16.99 a month. There are also “Netflix Originals”, which is basically TV shows or movies produced by the brand. You can watch your Favorite movies and TV shows on Netflix as many times as you want, and also add them into your “watch later” list.

Watching movies online or listening to music is probably one of the easiest methods and ways to learn the English language because there are subtitles in different languages to understand what they are saying.

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With that being said, learning English by watching movies only is one way to practice English outside of class. You must always learn the basics of the language, rules, essay writing, academic English. Not to forget formal speaking to acquaint yourself with the proper methods of speaking and learning a language.

Nonetheless, contact EC Vancouver or EC Language Centres to learn more about our ESL classes, programs and extra curriculum activities/homework to help you build your English skills.

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