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Would you like to improve your English by doing karaoke?

What is Karaoke?


Karaoke means 'music without orchestra' in Japanese. With the help of a device produced for karaoke, the selected song is played without words and at the same time the words begin to appear on a monitor. You sing the song in the order in which the light of the sentences in the lyrics comes on.


It is possible to sing a foreign song that you have heard once, with this method and by being a little careful.



To Improve Your English: Karaoke


Karaoke, which is one of the indispensable activities of friends, is also an indispensable method for improving English language skills. You can use this method alone or with a friend who wants to practice English.


1.Singing in English helps you pronounce foreign words more comfortably and accurately.

2.You can easily learn many new words that you do not know in the song.

3.You can more clearly notice the grammar rules used in the parts.

4.During karaoke, you also have the opportunity to read every word you say on a monitor. 5.Therefore, you learn and understand not only the pronunciation of words, but also the way they are spelled.

6.It allows you to use and develop your reading, writing and speaking skills in a coordinated manner.

7. Thanks to the songs, you can use everyday English much more comfortably.

8.Most importantly, by doing karaoke, you use a method you enjoy and enjoy instead of boring English lessons.


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