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Fui
Fui

Fui

÷ Músicas
÷ Músicas

÷ Músicas

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Ÿ˜…

Ÿ˜…

Ÿ˜˜
Ÿ˜˜

Ÿ˜˜

Ÿ’¯
Ÿ’¯

Ÿ’¯

El Dia
El Dia

El Dia

Paras
Paras

Paras

Oying
Oying

Oying

Es Viernes
Es Viernes

Es Viernes

Te Quiero
Te Quiero

Te Quiero

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Reggaeton: Chileans "Pokemones" subculture around Reggaeton and Manga
Reggaeton: Chileans "Pokemones" subculture around Reggaeton and Manga

Chileans "Pokemones" subculture around Reggaeton and Manga

Reggaeton: jungi-raghead My favorite method of learning pronunciation in another language is singing. spent the hours I travel on the bus singing reggaeton and have almost no accent when speaking Spanish. Bollywood soundtracks helped me master the sound. One of my students struggled with the English w sound and I had him sing the song "I Want It That Way" and he can say it almost perfectly. Sing. Even if you suck. Sing. iwillbeapolyglot Seriously, my pronunciation for French and Danish improved so muchjust by listening to their versions of Disney songs. Singing is an invaluable language resource! jewnieissherlocked True story!! This works! I blast Finnish music all day and learn the songs and it helps SO MUCH! belleandkurtbastian Honestly, this. I've found that singing helps not just with pronunciation, but also with various paralinguistic and prosodic aspects of the target language, and recognising and using different registers of the language (formal, casual, etc). And this works for both translations (say, Disney songs), and original songs. In fact, I think a mix of both would be the best resource of all, because you have the mix of unfamiliarity and familiarity. pourawaytheoceans I've definitely found that to be true. I was struggling with grasping the changes in word order in Irish and my pronunciation was embarrassing but listening to songs has helped. Source: jungi-raghead In my school for second language classes, we sing to learn, it really does help
Reggaeton: jungi-raghead
 My favorite method of learning pronunciation in
 another language is singing.
 spent the hours I travel on the bus singing reggaeton
 and have almost no accent when speaking Spanish.
 Bollywood soundtracks helped me master the
 sound.
 One of my students struggled with the English w
 sound and I had him sing the song "I Want It That
 Way" and he can say it almost perfectly.
 Sing. Even if you suck. Sing.
 iwillbeapolyglot
 Seriously, my pronunciation for French and Danish
 improved so muchjust by listening to their versions
 of Disney songs. Singing is an invaluable language
 resource!
 jewnieissherlocked
 True story!! This works! I blast Finnish music all day and
 learn the songs and it helps SO MUCH!
 belleandkurtbastian
 Honestly, this. I've found that singing helps not just
 with pronunciation, but also with various paralinguistic
 and prosodic aspects of the target language, and
 recognising and using different registers of the
 language (formal, casual, etc).
 And this works for both translations (say, Disney
 songs), and original songs. In fact, I think a mix of both
 would be the best resource of all, because you have the
 mix of unfamiliarity and familiarity.
 pourawaytheoceans
 I've definitely found that to be true. I was struggling
 with grasping the changes in word order in Irish and
 my pronunciation was embarrassing but listening to
 songs has helped.
 Source: jungi-raghead
In my school for second language classes, we sing to learn, it really does help

In my school for second language classes, we sing to learn, it really does help