Free Online English Course - Study with Movies (43 lesson)

After all, watching movies is supposed to be fun, right? So, how can you learn while having so much fun with the film? And more importantly, why should you learn English with movies instead of with textbooks?

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Here are three reasons I believe it works, and why I recommend learning the language this way.

  • You’ll get to learn real English… not textbook English. The English you learn through textbooks or in ESL class is not what you’ll hear people say on the street. For example, in beginner English classes, you might have learned how to say “nice weather we’re having” or “it’s raining cats and dogs.” While these phrases are technically correct, we almost never say these in real life.

In contrast, the English spoken in movies is very natural. It’s also very close to what you’ll hear if you speak with native English speakers too. This will help improve your spoken English.

  • You learn English words in contextThis is one of my favorite aspects of watching movies. Let’s say that you like watching crime films (these are great!). After watching 10 or 20 movies, you’ll start to learn vocabulary related to the context, or subject, of crime.

Usually, when we learn words traditionally (e.g. in school), we study things like vocabulary lists. The problem with learning new words with vocabulary lists is that you can learn what words mean, but not where and how they are used.

For example, let’s say you learn the new word “detective.” From the dictionary, you’ll know what that it means “a person who investigates crimes”. But unless you use it, it can be easy to forget. It also doesn’t give you an idea where the word is used most frequently, and how it is used.

On the other hand, if you learn the word “detective” through watching crime films, you’ll know “detective” can mean many things. For example, it can be a title in front of a person (e.g. “Detective Beckett”). Or maybe it’s the noun referring to the job (e.g. he’s a detective). And maybe you’ll even hear things that will let you form opinions about the word (e.g. “you lousy detectives”).

This way, you won’t only learn what each word means, you will also know how it’s used.

Well, it’s all about how you say it. You know, things like your body language, your expressions (like a smile, a frown) and your tone of voice (like when you sound angry, or when you sound sad). As you can guess, the how is often more important than the what to English people.

Let me give you an example.

I’m sure that one of the first phrases you wanted to learn in English was “I love you.” But did you imagine that depending how you say it out loud, it can be very different?

“I love you” — You might hear this after two people (especially lovers) fight! One person may be trying to say to the other person “I really love you… why don’t you believe me!?”

“I love you” — A person might really want to say “I love you (and not anyone else…don’t worry!)”

“I… LOVE… YOU” — This might be a person saying “I love you” in a very loud voice… while trying to really confess their love!

“I LOVE YOU!!” — The person might be saying “I love you”… while they’re really angry!

If you hear these phrases out loud, they will make perfect sense to you!

Through observing actors in films, not only will you be able to learn new words, you will be able to understand how they are said. The characters might be sad, happy, surprised or angry. And you’ll understand this immediately.

01. All creatures big and small


02. Tangled


03. Corpse Bride


04. Beauty and the Beast


05. Fast and Furious 8


06. Kid interview The stars of Avengers


07. Hannah Montana


08. Game Show Avengers


09. Cinderella


10. Marvel Studios Avengers Endgame


11. Frozen


12. Frozen P.2


13. How to quit a gym membership


14. Friends


15. Friends Part 3


16. Avengers


17. Fairy Tail


18. Fans of Marvel and DC Comics superheroes


19. Fairy Tail 2


20. Fairy Tail 3


21. All creatures big and small 2 - h


22. FRIENDS New season


23. FRIENDS New season 2


24. All creatures big and small 3


25. Headway 2


26. Headway


27. The old printer


28. The Old Printer 2


29. Comedy: Funny conversation


30. The little princess


31. The little princess 2


32. Your love never fails


33. Your love never fails 2


34. Your love never fails 3


35. Friends: Thanksgiving


36. The Duff


37. Tinkerbell and the Great Fairy Rescue


38. The Pink Bunny vs Doodie


39. Alice in wonderland


40. Alice in wonderland 2


41. Dumbo


42. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs


43. Wuthering Heights