What are the top movies for learning English? And how do you choose a good movie to help you improve English skills? Watch this video lesson to find out!
When I was learning Spanish, I watched every Spanish movie I could get my hands on, and it helped my listening skills, vocabulary and pronunciation -- a lot!
Movies can help you learn fluent English because they show you natural language and real culture. They give you something fun to talk about with an English speaking partner, too!
Top 10 Movies for Learning English:
1. Forrest Gump
2. The King's Speech
3. The Break-up
4. The Hangover
5. 500 Days of Summer
6. The Shawshank Redemption
8. Toy Story
9. The Hunger Games
10. The Social Network
Have you seen any of these movies? What do you think of the list? Leave a comment!
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hey there many tips to learn and improve english, i like watching movies with subtitles in english, and i download lyrics of songs where contains idioms,slang and contractions, music like rap where singer speak fast that will help you to have fluency, at the same time you singing you can read the lirycs as faster as you can, besides manu series like modernfamily and the bing bang theory, by the way, gaby is beautiful!!!
Hi , Hello , and I learned a lot by just whatching movies , speacialy Tom hangs movie's , and yeh I absolutly agree with you Gabby Forest Gump was one of the best funniest movie and help a lot like, the leady killer and others like I robot
One question.A person who wants to learn English doesn't know about it and doesn't know how to speak and understand it.Right?So if smbd understands what you say there is no need for him to learn English because he knows it.🤣🤣🤣Isn't it so???????
For real i wonder how did you do that. I understand almost everything u're talking about... Though i have a very low english level. I would be completely lost in front of a CNN female journalist... But that's not the case with u. So thanks a lot miss...
Hi Gabby, It's Sumon from Bangladesh, really delighted to watch your videos on learning English. Really these tutorials are helping me to get adept in English language slowly but effectively.
Some days back, one of my well wishers also suggested me to watch native English movies to learn English properly and since then I started watching movies. To be honest, the movies I got first in online were not enjoyable much. Now I have got a list of 10 funny and enjoyable movies just by watching this video, hope to get more enjoyment.
Thanks dear. Hope to get more effective videos like this one.
Wow! I'm gonna watch all movies you"ve listed here! I've watched some movies that I really enjoy it. They were on her shoes it's amazing, Mall cop is awesome, Pretty Woman, etc. So as a lover of horror movies I've watched The Decent, it is marvelous! You all must watch it! Well I"ve just remebered these but of course I had watched a lot more!!!! Thanks for sharing all those movies with us! See you next......
I will apply for IELTS test soon. I wish they hire you for making the records. I can understand 100% of what you say, instead of usual 70% of any other english speaker podcast or movie I watch. How is that possible? I don't know, but I just want to congratulate you on how clear you speak. I am just amazed! Keep on!
"Ladies in Lavender"(2004). It even includes learning English as a foreign language as a topic along the plot so the language is relatively easy. Also, there are a few scenes with no talking at all which allows learners to have a little break and "only" watch for a while; it's not too long, and has a very sweet story.
"The Secret Garden" (1993)
"A Little Princes-" (1995) - both for similar reasons as mentioned above
Your suggestions might be good for advanced learners but they come with some obstacles! The Shawshank Redemption is hard to understand because it has a lot of story telling and complicated dialogue about things from the past and more abstract topics. That is really hard for learners to understand. Forrest Gump - my love for it aside - is way too hard for it's very long and the Southern accent and Forrest's very special way of speaking are confusing and frustrating for learners. The Hangover includes too much slang (and foolishness), I would say.