In this English Learning Video, Katerina talks about how children celebrate Valentine’s Day at School. She talks about how the children exchange small cards and sometimes even candy, and how she thinks there should be even more candy.
You will find many videos with interesting topics, spoken in clear, slow English, that will help you improve your listening skills.
“En este vídeo de aprendizaje del inglés, Katerina habla sobre lo que hacen los niños de primaria el día de San Valentín. Muestra tarjetas y caramelos que los niños se entregan los unos a los otros”
I learned from Pablo – Dreaming Spanish – that the best way to learn a language is to have authentic experiences – Comprehensible Input.
My daughter and I have been inspired by Pablo – and we have decided to start our own YouTube Channel to teach English.
Simply by listening to our fun stories, watching us play games, and learning about culture and history, your ear will get accustomed to real English, just as we have by watch Dreaming Spanish with Pablo. You will naturally learn correct pronunciation by listening to English in context, and you will develop a native-like intuition for grammar and vocabulary.
We have tried to make our videos easy enough for a complete beginner to understand and start picking up new words.
Our method is using “Comprehensible Input” – and that means the videos use basic English as much as possible – and will be easy enough for a complete beginner to start learning.
And it is true, even my father, who is more than 70 years old, understands Pablo’s videos, and he has never studied Spanish.
Let’s get started!
Thank you to Leominster.TV for teaching us how to edit
Produced by Kat and Rachelle
Equipment – Sony RX100 VII
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