How to Learn English with Movies or TV Series #AskGabby | Go Natural English



Hey naturals, what's up? It's your favorite American English teacher Gabby here to talk to you about learning English through movies or TV series This is a question I got from a member of my English fluency Club And this student asked about how to use movies or a TV series to learn English How do we do it? So I want to share the answer with you my amazing go natural English Student here on YouTube, so I think this could be really helpful. If you think this could be interesting then keep watching I want to invite you to Join my email group if you would like to learn more with me. It's simple You just add your name and your email by clicking On the card right up there or the link in the description How do we use movies or TV series to learn English? Well first of all choose something you like You're gonna learn a lot more if you Enjoy the material for me. You know I always like to watch movies and languages that I was learning like Spanish Portuguese Japanese or French I think at one point when I was studying Spanish in college I rented every single spanish-language DVD like every foreign film made in Spanish from the movie store and that actually also tells you that I'm pretty old because In college they still had places where you could rent DVDs That's not even a thing anymore. I should have said I watched every spanish-language movie on Netflix Yeah, Netflix all right, so Anyway, what I would do and what my students have done with success is to choose a movie or a TV series that? You enjoy now What if you don't know a good English movie or English TV series? Well, I'd like to ask you to share in the comments share Your favorite TV series in English or movie in English so that people who are watching who aren't sure where to start Could try one of those favorites of yours Okay, so you choose something that looks interesting? I want you to watch this program Whether it's the movie or TV series. I'll just say program to keep it short watch it first without subtitles If you can't understand anything Then I would suggest choosing a different program something that is a little bit easier to understand It's okay, if you want to watch something. That's like a Kids program That could be a good place to start or something that is just a little bit slower Action movies are typically not very easy to understand fast paced action Fast paced you know where things are blowing up, and it's hard to hear what people are saying It's not a very easy way to listen to the English so anyway pick a movie or program where things are not blowing up Maybe something romantic because people usually speak a little slower when they're trying to be romantic Like I don't know what am I even talking about just pick something that you like and that's pretty easy to understand? Watch it without subtitles Why without subtitles because when you turn on the subtitles your eyes? Automatically want to read what's on the screen so if you have the choice Watch the program without subtitles, and if you can understand 60% of the program, that's good 70 80 90 100 % awesome, then I want you to just in your minds Or it could be on a piece of paper in your notebook quickly summarize what? The movie was about or what the TV program was about and an awesome way to do This is to share it with your friends So you could even invite some of your friends over to your home or wherever you know if you want to watch a TV Program at a cafe on your laptop whatever with your earphones Wherever is good for you. You think about that you do the logistics. I'll teach the English so tell your friends about what you understood and Have them tell you about what they liked about the show and what their summary would be of it like hey let's talk about it and it's really really good because You're checking with each other you're teaching the other person you could do this in English And it's even better if you talk to your friend in English to summarize what you watched and maybe ask each other questions But if you need to do it in your native language. That's okay the idea is that you're checking your comprehension of what you watched then Go back and watch with subtitles in English In English so you're listening in English and the subtitles are in English to check your understanding See if anything changes if you understand something more then After you do that Check with subtitles in your own language so I'm assuming that you have the option for subtitles in English and in your native language and The last step should be watching the program with subtitles in your native language There are some programs where you can even watch them dubbed over in your native language If you're still not sure about what you watched you could do that But I don't think it's necessary if you're understanding what I'm saying right now. You can probably understand the program in English most of it without subtitles More of it with English subtitles and all of it if you put on subtitles in your native language So that's how I suggest to learn with movies to check your overall General main idea comprehension is just as I said to watch with no subtitles watch with English subtitles watch with subtitles in your language and That's about it. Actually that's the last step, so you could do more with this if you have time I'll recommend to go back and Check the words or check the scenes where you didn't really understand What was happening so if there's some parts of the movie where you're completely? Confused you have no idea what happened go back to those parts try writing down the words that you No And then you can check them, and it takes time it does you have to be patient with yourself It's a little tedious to do this to go back check the words. You don't know look them up up in the dictionary and Actually try to understand a whole scene that you didn't understand before, but this is how you improve your listening comprehension So next time you watch the movie or next time you watch a different program That uses the same word or the same expressions you're gonna be even smarter you're gonna understand What's going on, and that's gonna feel so good? So if you feel like this is too much work Just imagine how you're gonna feel so good when you do understand the next time you Listen to these words, so that should be motivating for you If you enjoyed this click on subscribe so you get a notification The next time I post another English lesson for you and be sure to comment with your favorite English program can't wait to see what you have to share in the comments Thanks so much, and I'll see you next time bye for now

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  2. I love X Files, In my opinion it's greatest TV show of all times. I like everything in there. Atmosphere, plot, actors play, director's work. Of course, it's more difficult than sitcoms, but I cannot do anything, I love only X Files and Vikings. Unforunetly I don't have subtitles, but I can change audio track. So I watch the same dialogue in English, then in Russian, and then in English again. Of course, I watch this series fully at Russian first for understanding everything, and then just rewind to dialogues and listen to it with original and Russian dubbing.

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