Television

Watch tv to learn

Listening and Reading skills

Television and video can really help to learn a language. Subtitles in English are often available, try not to use your own language subtitles as this probably won't help you learn any English.

Here are a few more tips:

1) Download a program called KODI then choose a "WIZARD" KODI WIZARDS
This Wizard or APP can be added to your KODI TV program and will automatically configure the system. i.e. PULSE CCM wizard install
You will then have a complete On-Line TV films and series views all set up automatically
2) A simpler system, but more limited in choice is POPCORN TIME just install the application and watch tv.
3) If this is too complex or your system is too old, you can use you-tube to watch many series these days or you can also watch On-line English teachers and follow their free classes, one of my favourites is Mr Duncan.


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BRITISH TV: (Free access to every programme and live TV)
BBCIPLAYER ITV PLAYER CHANNEL4 CHANNEL5 Catch up TV

AMERICAN TV: (Lots of free episodes)
ABC FREEFORM (ABC Family) CBS NBC FOX

Without being in the UK or USA ! And Most channels have SUBTITLES (CC) or (S)!

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A final tip: Try watching news channels, adverts or series rather than just films they are shorter and often have more varied language.
Whatever you watch should be enjoyable so you can make it a regular thing. Once a week at least with or without subtitles.