learn the lyrics, learn english

To promote the International Day of Rock and its services, Wise Up English school created a series of humorous ads encouraging people not to be stuck not knowing the words of their favorite rock songs in English.

Even English-speaking people could use a lesson in figuring out those tricky lyrics that they've never actually taken the time to figure out, and finally solve that long enduring question of "is it 'It's almost paradise' or 'Only a pair of dice'?"


Anonymous said...

Really like the post indeed. Being enrolled in LEO "Learn English Online for $1" in WizIQ.com. I usually look for such articles online to assist me learning English through various other means.

Winston Stark said...

Well, it's a fun and effective way to learn English and also much important to sing your favorite songs. If you get stuck to learn the lyrics don't worry just considered the UK coursework help to learn and improve English speaking, vocabulary, and grammar. You won't be disappointed.

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