LEARN ENGLISH through TV SERIES…

I know many of you are hooked on TV series, but have difficulty choosing which ones to watch in English according to your level.

Here is a classification of some of the most popular series.

You can find more information about series with different accents and so on HERE

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ORORO….

Have you tried ORORO TV?

ororo tv

A fabulous website with dozens of online series and films with subtitles. FREE!!! NO WAITING!!!

And a great feature is that if you hold the mouse over any word you don’t understand, you’ll see the translation.

click on this image to go there…
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extr@ English…

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extr@ English…

promises language learning with laughter, in an authentic London setting. With 30 hilarious, half-hour sitcom programmes, the extra@ series is a delight for anyone learning English, especially young adults. The adventures of the four main characters in their London flat are stylish and funny.

The programmes feature lively, colloquial English dialogue. The characters speak naturally, but clearly with constant repetition and use of visual prompts (subtitles) that help learners without detracting from the storyline. The series follows a syllabus in line with the aims of modern EFL curricula, practicing functions and structures suitable for intermediate level learners.

The Episodes of extr@ English:  CLICK HERE

 

SPEECHYARD

speechyard

Speechyard is a platform that allows English students, specially those at an intermediate and advanced level, learn English through films, series and books.

You have to sign up with your Facebook account or email address and then select your language, which will be used for translations.

Go to the content tab to choose either films or series or books. In the learning page you can learn the words and expressions that you have previously selected while watching a film or reading a book. And you can use the community page to practise your English with other learners.

There are thousands of full movies, series and books to choose from.

This video explains how Speechyard works.

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