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There are so many skills you need to focus on when learning another language. You know you need to work on grammar, vocabulary, speaking skills, pronunciation, listening skills, reading AND writing to really feel fluent.
Podcasts are one of those tools that you can use to help you with almost every aspect of learning English.
Plus, podcasts are free and you can find them on any subject. Are you using this free tool yet?
Last week I wrote an article about where to get podcasts and which podcasts I recommend. Head over to that article by clicking here if you need some help picking a podcast.
Ok, let’s assume that you’ve got your podcasts now. You know what podcasts you like to listen to, and you have some different episodes saved on your phone or computer.
But how exactly should you use podcasts if you want to improve your speaking, listening, grammar and vocabulary?
Read on to learn exactly how to really use podcasts to improve your English:
How Should I study with Podcasts?
This is a great question to have. When you want to start really learning and studying with podcasts, there are few steps you can take.
To take full advantage of this free resource, you have to study deeply.
To explain how best to use podcasts to learn more English, I’ll tell you about the method that I’ve used to learn foreign languages myself. I call it this method Heart, Head and Hands Learning.
You can watch the video I made about this method here or read the whole article below:
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