Learn English with 10 BEST TEACHERS on YouTube

Get ready for a super special English lesson
because I’m joined by the best English teachers on YouTube. Hello Eat Sleep Dreamers. Hey
guys, it’s Lucy from English with Lucy. Hi everybody this is Korean Billy. Hello everyone,
my name is Anna English from English Like a Native. Hi, we’re Joel and Lia. Hello everybody,
my name is Elliott. I’m Sabrah from Love English. I’m super excited guys, I hope you are too,
so let’s get going! So I asked my favourite English teachers on
YouTube for one golden tip that they give their learners about how to learn English.
I’m sure you are going to find each tip really useful. Now once you have finished watching
this video, I would like you to go and visit all of their channels, watch their videos,
subscribe and give them some love. Alright let’s get our first tip from Isabel and Philippe
from Amigos Ingleses. Hello Eat Sleep Dreamers, how’s it going?
I hope you are well. So what is our golden rule for learning English Isabel? So the golden
rule from Amigos Ingleses is to immerse yourself in the language. It’s as simple as that, this
is what Philippe and I did so now Philippe speaks fluent Spanish, I speak fluent English.
So he came to live in Spain, I moved to Cambridge and this meant an incredible boost for our
language learning process. Didn’t it Philippe? All you have to do is get deep into the language
and the culture. Yes, immerse yourself, but you don’t always have to travel to immerse
yourself. You could also immerse yourself from your own country and integrate English
into your daily routine. So that means listening to music in English, going to watch films
in English, going to meet-ups and meeting native speakers and practising your English
with them. Using all the resources on the Internet to improve your English. So there’s
no excuse really, you can immerse yourself by travelling or staying in your own country.
Yes and if everything fails and you are single just find yourself an English husband or an
English wife. That’s pretty convenient and cheap. I’m not cheap. Ok, everyone thank you.
Thank you Tom and the dreamers. Take care, bye bye. Thank you so much Isabel and Philippe. Yes,
I love that tip. Immerse yourself in the language wherever you are in the world. One idea that
I always tell my students is to turn their phones from their native language into English
so that they get used to looking at English all the time. Because how often do we look
at our phones? I mean, too many times in the day and so if you’ve got your phone in English
then you’re having that contact with English every day, almost all day. Now it might be
a bit tricky to begin with but you’ll get used to it. I did that when I lived in Spain
and Argentina. I turned my phone into Spanish. It was great, really useful. And yes, if all
else fails, yeah. Find an English partner. Alright who is next? Hey guys, it’s Lucy from English with Lucy.
The top tip that I’d like to share with you today is fake it till you make it. If you
feel shy or if you feel unconfident while speaking English, pretend that you are confident,
pretend that you know what you are talking about until you actually do. It’s something
that helps me a lot with public speaking. I know have to speak sometimes in public and
I always go up, I pretend I’m confident and slowly but surely I start to feel more confident.
So that’s my tip for you today, I hope you find it useful. Thank you very much Lucy,
yes confidence is such an issue especially for learners of, well learners of any language
but particularly learners of English. So this could be a really useful technique to help
you gain more confidence and believe in your own ability. I often find practising in front
of a mirror or into your voice recorder is a great way to begin to build confidence.
And then when you are in a conversation, fake it till you make it. Why not! Fantastic, ok.
Next one! Hi everybody this is Korean Billy and I’m running a YouTube channel called Korean
Billy. So a piece of advice I would like to give you guys is start from where you are.
So for example, maybe you are watching this video in your room holding your mobile phone
or you are watching this video outside, right? So wherever you are, just look around your
self and around you there are lots of kinds of things, right? For example, there could
be a mirror or there could be a mouse then change everything you see from your native
language into English. Some would be quite easy for you to change into English and some
would be a bit difficult for you to change into English, right? Then start from there
and by doing that you can kind of instantly feel that your English skill would be improved
because you would be able to start to speak in English about things around you. So start
from where you are and change everything around you into English and then move on to the next
level. Well I hope my advice could give you an idea about learning English and thank you
so much. Thanks Tom. Thank you very much Billy and yes start from
where you are. I often tell my students to label things around the house with sticky
notes. So let’s say there’s a word that you can’t remember. Wardrobe for example, you
can never remember the word wardrobe. Well use a sticky note, write the word wardrobe
and stick it on to your wardrobe. So that every time you go to open it up to get some
clothes you see that word and it becomes fixed in your mind. So start with the objects around
and then move on from there. Ok, next one. Hello everyone, my name is Anna English from
English Like a Native and my top learning tip is to use music. Now music is fantastic
for getting information into your long term memory. So every couple of weeks, choose a
few songs that you really enjoy, look up the lyrics, find out what all the words and phrases
mean and then simply sing to your heart’s content. And before you know it, you will
have increased your vocabulary, you’ll have a better understanding of sentence structure
and grammar. So what are you waiting for? La la la. Thank you Anna, very much. Yes! Music is an
amazing way to learn English. I’ve done a few videos on here with Ed Sheeran and Coldplay
helping you learn English through those songs. I just think that the language in songs is
fantastic. You are going to get interesting grammar structures, you are going to get new
vocabulary often lot of sort of colloquial or slang language. You are going to hear such
natural English and in a fun way. Yeah I completely agree with Anna, music is a fantastic way
to learn English. Hi, we are Joel and Lia and we’ve got two
tips because we are two people. So it’s two for the price of one. Which is a saying we
have in our super markets. So our first tip would be , don’t be afraid to throw away the
text book and look for alternate methods of learning like online. You are probably already
in the right place. Don’t be afraid to watch British TV, British vloggers and listen to
real people. Yep, and my biggest tip would be not to ignore British culture. It’s one
thing to learn the English language really well but if you don’t learn much about British
culture then it’s not really going to work because those two things come hand in hand.
So chuck away the text book, learn about culture and you are on for a winner. Thanks for having
us, bye. Thank you Joel and Lia for your fantastic
tips. And yes absolutely guys, YouTube is an amazing place to learn English, you have
all these amazing teachers at your finger tips. Start with them. And then also yeah,
look at vloggers that you can watch to improve your listening and your vocabulary. Alright,
next! Hello everybody my name is Elliott and I’m
from a little channel called ETJ English. Now my piece of advice for you today is especially
useful for those of you that want to improve your pronunciation. Now what I want you to
do is try to learn things in small amounts but more often. And the reason why is when
we try to learn loads of stuff in a really long session it kind of becomes a waste of
time because we forget loads of stuff, we get stressed out and the learning process
kind of becomes a chore, something we don’t want to do. So next time you try to learn
or improve something I want you to take anywhere between ten to thirty minutes but maybe two
to five times per day, if you can obviously. And really dedicate this time to focusing
on one or two important things that you want to practise or learn. And hopefully you should
remember some more stuff, you won’t get as stressed and also the most important thing
English will become a part of your daily life, and that, that’s what we want. Thank you so much Elliott, absolutely. Habit
forming is so important when it comes to learning. Learning anything really, but yeah learning
English, yeah. Creating habits for yourself. I totally agree, keeping it short and simple.
It could be ten minutes or twenty minutes absolutely. Doing it every day, rather than
learning for three hours on one day a week, learning in little bite sized chunks every
single day. That way you are going to progress so much quicker. Great stuff, alright who’s
next? I’m Sabrah from Love English and today I’m sharing my hot tip with you all about
how to personalise language so that you remember it more easily. Now learning a language means
using your memory a lot. You have to remember the new grammar forms and the new vocabulary.
However it’s difficult to do that, we have to really think and use our memories all the
time. But if you personalise the language you use, meaning make it relevant for you
so make it about you. You will remember it more easily. And this is because we remember
things which are about us which are relevant to our lives. So for example, if you learn
a new adjective like to be hard-working you could think about the fact of are you a hard-working
person? Do you think you are a hard-working person? Or maybe you think you’re not. Maybe
you are the opposite. Maybe you are a lazy person. So this process of you considering
these things about yourself will help you to remember the vocabulary. You could even
write a sentence like ‘I’m not a hard-working person, but my father is.’ And this way hopefully
you should remember it more. Thank you very much guys, now handing over to Leila who is
in Venice. Lucky her! And she’s going to tell us a little bit more about this technique. Good luck with your English guys. Personalisation,
talking about your experiences. The people you know, the places you’ve been. Let’s looks
at the present perfect as an example. I’ve been to Venice, where have you been? It’s
no good writing about other people’s experiences because those connections here won’t be made.
The same goes for vocabulary. When you learn new words try and put it in a context that
you can relate to. So tourist, crowded. There are many tourists in Venice. There were many
tourists in Venice when i went there. It was really crowded. This method should help you
develop your vocabulary and remember those grammatical structures. Hope that was helpful.
Thank you Leila and Sabrah, I love that tip, personalising the language. So i remember
learning a word in Argentina called ‘Quilombo’. It’s a slang word, it means a mess or a chaotic
situation. Now I went to a football match where there was a riot, there was police it
was very dangerous and I remember looking in the newspapers the next day and it said
it was a quilombo, a disaster. And I have always attached that word to that moment that
I experienced. So i was using my personal experience to connect to a word and they’ve
been together ever since and so I won’t forget that word because I remember that situation
very clearly. And finally here’s my tip for how to learn English. In my opinion the best
way to learn English is to do it through your passion. To do it through the things that
you love. So if you love yoga, go onto YouTube and type in ‘yoga class’ and find YouTubers
that teach yoga in English. And watch their videos, do the thing that you love, which
is yoga, and listen to English and you will pick up the important vocabulary, the topic
vocabulary that’s related to your passion. You’ll get their accent, you’ll get their
pronunciation everything will be there. If you live in a big city, perhaps you could
find a yoga class that’s done in English. Right guys that was an amazing collection
of tips to help you improve your English. I’d like you to do a couple of things for
me. First thing is to go and visit all of those channels, go and subscribe to them,
watch their videos. The next thing is I’d like you to go into the comments below and
tell me which tips were new for you and that you want to try. Which ones are getting you
excited. So let me know in the comments below. And finally if there is anyone you know that
is trying to learn English please share this video with them because this is an amazing
resource for anyone who is learning English. Thank you again to all of those English teachers
for helping to make this video. For taking the time to film and send it over to me. I
really really appreciate it. I love this kind of stuff guys, getting so many experts in
one place to give you the best information possible. I’m so excited, i really hope that
you’ve enjoyed it. So if you have please give it a massive thumbs up. Alright guys I’ll
be back again every Tuesday and every Friday as you know. Helping you take your English
to the next level. Until next time, this is Tom the Chief Dreamer, saying goodbye.

100 thoughts on “Learn English with 10 BEST TEACHERS on YouTube”


  2. Omg this is AMAZING! ❤️
    I usually watch you and Lucy
    Now I think I should check everyone mentioned here.
    Thanks Tom 😆

  3. Hey tom why british singers loose their accent when they are singing a song for eg ed sheeran zayn malik they sound like an American when they are singing

  4. Hi Tom. I'm from Argentina. Did you really read the word "quilombo" in a newspaper? It's absolutely informal!
    Great video, BTW.

  5. I can't believe it! You just put all my English teachers together. I've been their fan for a long time. Man, you're awesome.

  6. All teachers tips is great and useful for English language learner and which is the best I think last one it's good if we connect every word that's we can quickly learn

  7. I love you Tom and Elliot, both of you my great teachers! and I'm proud of you all, you always spirit to teach with your best way. thanks for that.

  8. I read on the topic of the video ten experts and I didn't watch Papa teach me English… He's awesome. Why you didn't add him to the video?

  9. Look at my skin on the picture !
    I'd love to see a black skin teacher giving a tip too! Of course I like but I'd like much more.

  10. Incredible!…in a time when everybody´s fighting for more subscribers to their own channel you not only encourage us to go searching for other options but to subscribe them too! Congratulations Tom for such a remarkable bahaviour.

  11. I have already known almost all of them but Korean Bill, ETJ English and Amigos ingleses. Now I am following everybody on Instagram

  12. Great tips. While I am a native speaker, Tom and the others have given me a road map to learn French. If it works for English, must work for other languages and for a native speaker. I am up for it! Thanks again!

  13. Thank you for putting the tips all together Tom. I found the tips very useful and I think I am gonna try and personalise English. Another thing I found very useful in improving my English is to watch English news on a daily basis. It helps me with English grammar, pronunciation, listening and vocabularies.

  14. The music idea is superb, in my opinion. An exchange student once told me that she thought it silly when English speakers learned her native German and griped about having to learn genders for everything. She said it’s wonderful that English eschews this practice altogether. But the downside is that we must STILL learn every English word three times over! So, either way, there’s no escaping the chore. English words must be learned as spelled, as pronounced colloquially (with schwas), and as pronounced formally or with emphasis (without schwas). And there are no simple rules to tie these three things together. They may synchronize quite nicely, or they may seem utterly random and (at times, cruelly) disconnected. The memorization is fierce! But music helps bridge all three quite.. well.. harmoniously. By singing along, we learn both proper pronunciations (with stressed and prolonged syllables) and everyday pronunciations (with schwas and contractions and etc) which together help us remember those crazy English spellings. And it’s known that music helps us build longer-lasting memories. (I recommend Musicophilia by Oliver Sacks for more insight there. If you can, listen to it on audio. The narrator is Scottish, and his accent is scrumptious!) So, at long last – I must learn to be more succinct – I say three cheers to learning language with music! Cheers! Cheers! Cheers! -Phill, Las Vegas

  15. Sir I know one more channel i.e "Let them talk" his British English language lessons are lit. Do check and share. 😊😊

  16. My way to learn english is to stream live in that language. I talk with native speakers and it helps me a lot. Comments box is full of shortcuts, slang and that's what I need to talk with people and don't feel like an english-polish weirdo 😀

  17. Awesome Vid Dreamer, please, integrate a old school teacher among this new generation tutors, i would suggest you iswearenglish . Anyway, you are one of the most flexible educator, if not the most one. The idea to involve different teacher's tips was awesome, even because everyone teaches in a own way, using a different channel to instruct ( for example: visual auditory kinesthetic). So every student can chose the best one for itself depending on its abilities. Keep up the good work mate!
    I congratulate with all of them.

  18. I absolutely disagree with Ann. We cannot learn grammar rules from music. It doesn't mean that a native English speaker doesn't make mistakes because he or she is an English teacher.

  19. Tom you “must” come back to Argentina however, not to BA come to the south we have great place and great institutes where we learn the lovely Shakespeare’s language . You are great using our slang . This is an invitation I hope to meet you here in the Patagonia😀👍👍👍

  20. Such a useful video! Thank you, personally I think your tip is the best because, since I have started to do so, my English improved incredibly and it became a passion as well! I didn't know the lasbels' tip, I'm going to give it a try

  21. Thanks for all the teachers' tips. My main problem (apart from
    constantly mixing British and American English -sorry to my school English teachers) is pronounciation and I
    particularly appreciate the link to ETJ English. Watching your channel
    and Elliott's will definitely help me a lot. Thanks again Tom.

  22. ETJ, can I get those glasses of yours… Lol. They look really lovely on you.
    Nice presentation, keep it up!

  23. All the tips are really useful and help us to learn English.
    The new tip for me is to listen to what we enjoy in English .This makes learning English fun and not boring.

  24. It was great to see Lucy and Elliotte in your video. 🙂
    All tips are great. But in my case the last tip became a key! I loved The Hobbit so much, that I wanted to watch additional materials and interviews with actors on youtube. It was so sad that I could understand just 20% or so. And it pushed me a lot!
    And then I discovered an increadible world of British TV and theatre, and learning English become a very pleasant and intersting activity )

  25. Nice vid! I love all of you. I didn't know you were in my country Argentina. Sure you learnt some words in Argentinian Spanish. I always learn something new from you. Greetings from Tucumán .It's a province in the north of Argentina.

  26. I knew already some of them like Lucy and Ana, and more recently Joel&Lia from here, and they all have nice channels.
    I love all the tips but especially yours (I do that myself already by watching food and coloring related channels) and Korean Billy’s one. Actually his tip gave me an ideia to label objects here around the house to help my 8yo daughter to learn more vocabulary.
    Pleople this days don’t know how lucky they are with to many (free) resources online.
    If, by any chance, one day you want to learn portuguese, let me know! 😉
    Thank you all.

  27. Brilliant concept! Their tips covered a variety of aspects to the language, & that's just nice. [You and Elliot are my current favorites as I'm here mainly to learn to sound British.]

  28. Elliot RULES, he is THE TEACHER !!!! "Amigos ingleses" I strongly recommend you to take some lessons with ETJ !!!

  29. They look really kind and look like good teachers ! I don't know if you know "Linguamarina"? She's Russian, learning English in the USA and also teach people (vocabulary, grammar, pronounciation, etc…) and I find her courses awesome even though she's still learning (I think)

  30. I like to watch vloggers. Any recommend?
    I only know for "Bald and Bankrupt". He is British but lately he's speaks Russian more then English 😃.

  31. Why aren't any of your favorites from North America or Oceania? The UK isn't the only country with good English teachers…

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