Phonetics with M-E
4000 Most Common English Words - Part 1 - with examples and… (Learn English - Fuken)
Touch a word or the <play> button for sound
Click on a word or on the <play> button for sound
Click on a word or on the red <play> button for sound

4000 Most Common English Words With Examples and Meanings 👉Vocabulary Flashcard ✅ Part 1
✅ We do everything free! Please donate to help us survive! Thanks so much!
💡 My playlist 💡
👉 English Listening practice ♥️ Level 1:
👉 English Listening practice ♥️ Level 2:
👉 English Listening practice ♥️ Level 3:
👉 English Listening practice ♥️ Level 4:
👉 English Listening practice ♥️ Level 5:
👉 English conversation:
👉 Learn English Through Story:
👉 How to speak English:
👉 Learn English and Improve Vocabulary through Story:
👉 10 hours listening to English when sleeping:
👉 600 Essential Words for the TOEIC:
💡 My Channel💡
✅ I know what you are thinking, ‘Picture books are for children‘. But being a second language learner, you learn English just like native children learn their mother tongue. So imitate the way they learn, and you’ll see the good results.
✅ Each picture in a Picture book illustrates a simple short verbal narrative. This is a plus of Picture books. When you close the book, I’m pretty sure that you can still remember what you’ve read as the pictures tell you all.
✅ Moreover, there are picture books for all ages now. You can pick the one that you find suitable for your English level.
✅ How to learn English vocabulary through Picture book?
👉Read the narrative of the picture.
Learn the expressions and new words from the narrative.
✅If you notice any objects in the picture that you don’t know what they are in English, search the Internet for them.
✅Look at the picture and try to narrate the story in your own expressions.
✅By this way, you can learn many new words at the same time and still remember them well because:
✅All the words are linked to a story.
✅It’s easier to remember the picture than the new words you learned. More importantly, that picture illustrates a narrative. And each time you imagine that picture in your head, you can tell the story. When you tell the story, you have done a revision for your new words.
🛎 Please subscribe to update new videos.
☞ Please share and like if you enjoyed the video :) thanks so much ♥
Subscribe To Update New Lesson:
This video: Copyright 2020. Learn English - FukEn. All Rights Reserved.
#englishlistening #englishlisteningpractice #learnenglish #exercise



© Angel Castaño 2008 Salamanca / Poole - free videos to learn real English online || InfoPrivacyTerms of useContactAbout
This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read more