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Channels on YouTube to learn English.

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Hi there! I would like to share with all of you some YouTube channels, which in my humbel opinion are the best channels to learn English and to improve our vocabulary and grammatical skills.

There is a good channel spoken in Spanish, made by a Chilean English teacher: https://www.youtube.com/user/undostresingles, this channel is called "123 Inglés". (It is one of the best channels if you're looking for both basic and advanced English grammar).

Another one is called "Amigos Ingleses". I knew this channel a couple of months ago and it is very funny and full of great content: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOJHr_SvK4HsYnYLXCn4ifQ (I think the guy, who always appears next to the girl, is English).

There is also another channel called "Monica Stocker" as her name (as far as I know): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3FBDYYVxayY24wIsJGjP_A. Even, this teacher has a great website written in Spanish to learn English grammar, there you can find many lessons. Here goes the link: http://elblogdelingles.blogspot.com/

The following YouTube channel is useful too: it is called "Profesora de Inglés Online English Teacher Coach" https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJRkKFWydp9MVWLaLjM4gQA. I've watched some videos from this channel but only a few ones. There's another one called "EnglishMeeting - Dave Sconda" https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUI9xIKZnn3vpGIbb3RBvIw and this another one called "isaacsenglish": https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEox1bRQCSHO8aaJD8mkYAw" which is a helpful channel to learn things related to English grammar too.

On the other hand, if you want to learn watching videos spoken by native teachers, there are many channels on YouTube such as the following ones:

1) English Lessons with Adam - Learn English with Adam [engVid] https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_0NfufarVw04vDfWFm8z_Q

2) EnglishLessons4U - Learn English with Ronnie https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cmBAit8i_NJZE8qK8sfpA (This one is my favorite channel because the teacher is the funniest YouTube teacher ever!).

3) Learn English with Emma [engVid]: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVBErcpqaokOf4fI5j73K_w

4) JamesESL English Lessons (engVid): https://www.youtube.com/user/JamesESL

I think these videos are part of a company or channel on YouTube called "engVid" (https://www.youtube.com/user/engvidenglish, http://www.engvid.com/). There you can find more native teachers (most of them are Canadian, I think so). I think all of them teach the same grammar or lessons but in a different way, I'm not sure, just check them out and then give me your opinion if you want to, because it is something very subjective. The main point is to learn in the best and proper way in which we feel comfortable.

Besides, if you want to improve your pronunciation, there is a channel called "Rachel's English" https://www.youtube.com/subscription_manager. There you can find many lessons about how to pronounce difficult words or even the most common mistakes in terms of pronunciation.

As we know, there is a different language structure spoken in the streets called "slangs", if you want lo learn how to recognize slangs and how to pronounce them, the following YouTube channel is the proper channel to learn these kinds of things: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC02LvI6Ey3MonxQu8mB7wzg. Even, there are some different lessons about how to pronounce homophone words and how to differentiate them in certain contexts.

Finally, if you are looking for motivation, something which I consider the most significant part of any learning process, because without it we can not learn not only languages but anything, I know some channels such as: "Stanislav Krikun": https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgYDBFPTYJuBca5hYbgwQgw; "loki2504": https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWXDRzc0rLT0zRk4fxsuQSw; "Babbel Español": https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCON6nFCqAvP--II3PO9SntA and the last one is called "Steve Kaufmann - lingosteve": https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCez-2shYlHQY3LfILBuDYqQ. This last one is my favorite channel when it comes to this matter. When I feel unmotivated or boring I watch his videos. The channel is very helpful and is made by an old man who speaks about eleven or twelve languages such as Chinese, French, Russian, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese and so on. With his videos you realize this is one of the most beautiful learning processes: the learning process of a language. I've tried to watch at least one of his videos a day because I still have many mistakes and sometimes I feel I don't speak as I want to, even I don't write as I would want to, but the more you practice the more you improve. However, there are days in which I don't feel self-confident when I try to speak English or even right now when I am writing this post.

Again, if someone knows about more content or channels on YouTube to learn English, please share it, I will appreciate it. I think we should share any knowledge in order to help or to contribute with something... lending a helping hand, otherwise is not knowledge.

Thanks a lot!

(If you saw a mistake please tell me, I will appreciate it too).

Hace 3 años

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https://www.duolingo.com/Mauricio_Sanchez

Yo recomiendo estos dos canales... "EnSimplesPalabras" (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC07860E6B2530B8E) los primeros videos de la pronunciacion de las palabras escritas es exelente o por lo menos a mi me gusto mucho ya que es un tema que nunca abia visto tocar en ningun otro canal, a mi me esta ayudando mucho a pronunciar las palabras correctamente cuando las veo escritas --- "Alberto Carranza" (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYcKY8MNE12R6WF2-Ogo5_-bCIL9cqcHo) este canal me gusta el formato que maneja en los videos ya que son directos y a lo que van, me sirven mucho para repasar temas basicos. Saludos :)

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https://www.duolingo.com/GsusRamiro

wwoooouuu very useful. Thanks

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https://www.duolingo.com/JojouNavarro

thanks for this post!!!!

Hace 3 años

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Anytime JojouNavarro. Rather, thank you! :)

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https://www.duolingo.com/TaurusXtrm

Thank you very much, I will check all!

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https://www.duolingo.com/Braulio.C.

Amigo te recomendaria que escribieras en español ,obviamente que para mejorar hay que practicar el ingles constantemente , pero pienso que estos canales tambien pueden servirles a las personas que recien estan empezando a estudiar ingles y todavia no son capaces de entender claramente todo lo que escribiste. De todas formas gracias por los links :)

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Cierto, muy cierto lo que dices. Sin embargo, cosas así alientan a aprender un poco más. La sed de conocimiento nunca se ve mermada por nada. De todas maneras, si alguien gusta, podría hacer un muy breve resumen de lo que dije, en español, y así compartirlo. Estaría muy agradecido, ya que me tomó un poco de tiempo ordenar las ideas. No obstante, acá dejaré los canales de YouTube que creo de gran utilidad para aquellos que deseen aprender gramática inglesa viendo vídeos hablados en español (son los mismos que indico en el post): "123 Inglés" https://www.youtube.com/user/undostresingles; "Amigos Ingleses" https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOJHr_SvK4HsYnYLXCn4ifQ (canal que recomiendo con los ojos cerrados al igual que el anterior); "Mónica Stocker" https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3FBDYYVxayY24wIsJGjP_A, que además tiene un sitio web estupendo donde hay un sinfín de lecciones sobre gramática inglesa: http://elblogdelingles.blogspot.com/, escrito en español y, por último este otro: "Profesora de Inglés Online English Teacher Coach" https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJRkKFWydp9MVWLaLjM4gQA. Para el resto de los canales de YouTube a los que hice mención, sí que es necesario tener un poco de conocimiento en el inglés ya que son hablados en dicho idioma, no en español.

Hace 3 años

https://www.duolingo.com/Braulio.C.

Que bien que lo haya traducido a mas de alguna persona le servira .

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