- Speak English With Misterduncan
If you’re looking for a teacher with a quirky sense of humor, this is the guy you’re looking for. His teaching style is out of the ordinary and fun, and his bold comedy makes remembering lessons a "no-brainer."
- Learning Upgrade
Sometimes the easiest way to learn something is to get a song about it stuck in your head. That’s the goal of Learning Upgrade, which brings you catchy songs packed with useful information on words and their usage. The Pronouns 1 song is a good place to start!
- Cambridge English TV
Instead of having a "talking head" teach you English, this channel chooses to use animation. There are over one hundred videos to learn from, including some with self-tests so that you can check your progress.
- Doing English With Julian
Here you’ll find a friendly teacher with many different kinds of videos to offer! Sometimes how-tos and instructional videos get repetitive. Julian’s channel gives you the opportunity to explore those types of videos, as well as discuss news stories and answer common questions about specific words and phrases—struggling with can and may? Julian can help with that.
- Disney’s Magic English, streamed by Osie Mach
These videos were made for Disney fans looking to expand their vocabulary. By using an array of familiar clips from your childhood years, Magic English encourages viewers to make visual connections with vocabulary. Check out the Family video to get started!
- JamesESL English Lessons (engVid)
If you’re looking for a more traditional teaching style, you’ll these useful videos with topics ranging from common mistakes to explanations on the meaning and usage of difficult words. The 4 ways to understand what you hear video gives great advice for those learning through conversation.
- English Conversation
One of the best ways to learn is through listening, and this channel gives you plenty of opportunities to do that! With multiple hour-long dialogues (and even one two-hour video), you will grow accustomed to hearing how English language conversations flow.
- David Claussen
With many years of teaching experience under his belt, David Claussen approaches teaching from the traditional side, as well as by using pop culture topics such as viral videos to keep things interesting.
- SMART LEARNING
The central idea of these videos is to teach English through children’s stories and fairytales like Goldilocks and the Three Bears. If you already know the stories, the familiarity will help you connect English vocabulary to that of your native language. If you don’t, you’ll get the opportunity to learn some of the classic English fairytales told to children.
- Learn English with Let’s Talk
Most videos feature Niharika, whose relatable personality makes learning fun and interesting. This channel is perfect when you want to hear about a specific topic, like body noises quickly and thoroughly.
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