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West Ham fans sing 'I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles.'

Five ways music can help your English

Five ways music can help your English

In this week's Premier Skills English podcast, Rich and Jack talk about the latest news from the Premier League as the nominations for the PFA Player of the Year Award are announced. We also speak about football and music this week. What are the most well known football songs in the Premier League? The language focus is on different ways that music can help you when learning English. We also have a new football phrase for you to guess and announce our Player of the Week. Enjoy!

Vocabulary

How much did you understand?

In the podcast, Rich and Jack used some words and phrases that might be new for you. You can see two examples here: 

It's all to play for in the return leg.

Dubious penalty disappoints Leicester.

There were a few more tricky words in the podcast. Can you remember all of them? Try the activity below, then, listen to the podcast again to hear how we used the words in context. This can really help with understanding.

Activity 1

In this activity, have a look at the vocabulary and try to match it to the correct definition. ​
Can you match the words to their definitions?

Brass bands are common in Premier League crowds.

Learning

Music

In this week's podcast, Rich and Jack spoke about music and how songs can help you when learning English. Think about the advice they gave you and what you do when you listen to songs In English. Do you listen to the lyrics? Do you want to understand the song? How do you do this? Look at the five reasons for listening to music in English. Do you think listening to songs can help your English?

Five Ways Music Can Help Your English

  1. Songs are memorable. Remembering a song helps you remember the lyrics (the words) too. 
  2. Songs give you new vocabulary. Songs are vocabulary rich. Learn new words through songs and use websites like LyricsTraining to help you.
  3. Songs contain informal language and slang. You will come across many new words in songs that you will rarely find in textbooks.
  4. Songs help your pronunciation. Songs use lots of contractions (wanna, gonna) and provide lots of natural connected speech that you can repeat and practise.
  5. Songs are motivating. You listen to your favourite songs again and again. You want to understand the words and the story that a song often tells.

Can you think of any other ways that music can help your language skills? When and where do you listen to music in English? 

Liverpool fans sing 'You'll Never Walk Alone.'

Transcript

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5 ways that music can help your English

Jack: So, You’ll Never Walk Alone is your favourite football song?

Rich: Football song? Of course. Actually, I think it’s my favourite song. It’s iconic. The best song in football. Nothing beats 50,000 Liverpool fans singing it.

Jack: It’s a good song. It’s probably better than 1-0 to the Arsenal.  

Rich: Yes, Arsenal fans haven’t been able to sing that for ages!

Welcome

Rich: Hello my name’s Rich
 
Jack: and I’m Jack

Rich: and welcome to this week’s Premier Skills English podcast

Jack: Where we talk about football and help you with your English.

Jack: What’s happening this week, Rich?

Rich: In this week’s show, we’re going to talk about the latest in the Premier League and we’re going to talk about football songs and how music can help you learn English.

Jack: But first, let’s look at the Premier League headlines.

Headlines

Rich: PFA Player of the Year nominations announced.

Jack: Who will Premier League players vote their player of the season? The 6 nominees are Romelu Lukaku, Harry Kane, Eden Hazard, Alexis Sanchez, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and N’Golo Kante.

Rich: Arsenal fall to defeat at Palace.

Jack: Crystal Palace beat Arsenal 3-0. The result helped Palace’s bid to avoid relegation but did nothing to help Arsenal’s chances of qualifying for the Champions League. It could be the first time they miss out in 20 years.

Rich: Dubious penalty decision disappoints Leicester.

Jack: Leicester City were defensively brilliant in their Champions League quarter-final against Athletico Madrid. Only one dodgy penalty decision stopped them heading back to Leicester with a draw. It’s all to play for in the return leg.

Rich: Who do you think will win the PFA Player of the Year award?

Jack: For me, it’s got to be Eden Hazard. He’s been brilliant for Chelsea and you have to pick someone from the Champions, don’t you?

Rich: Chelsea haven’t won the title yet, Jack!

Topic/Language Focus

Jack: Do you know all the words to ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’?

Rich: Walk on, walk on, with hope in your heart, and you’ll never walk alone, you’ll never walk alone.

Jack: Ok, thanks Rich. I believe you. There are lots of famous football songs in the Premier League. You’ll never walk alone was a famous pop song, wasn’t it?

Rich: Yes, it became famous in the 1960s and Liverpool fans have been singing it for over 50 years. Lots of football songs come from old pop songs. I like I’m forever blowing bubbles that they sing at West Ham.

Jack: The fans always sing it at the start of the match and they blow bubbles, too. You can see them on the TV blowing onto the pitch. They’ve been singing this song since the 1940s.

Rich: Blue Moon is another example at Manchester City. It was a pop song from the 1930s so all these football songs have been around for a long time.

Jack: How does it go, Rich?

Rich: Not sure. Blue Moon ba baba baba

Jack: You don’t know the lyrics for this one. The words of the song.

Rich: Nope. Sorry. I don’t go to many Man City matches.

Jack: The lyrics are Blue Moon. You saw me standing alone. Without a dream in my heart. Without a love of my own. Learning songs and song lyrics can be a great way to improve your English. 

Rich: It’s true. Learning the words for a football song at your favourite club can be one way but music, in general, can help, too.

Jack: We’re going to tell you five ways how music can help you learn English.

Rich: The first way is melody. Songs are very catchy. Some songs stay in your head. You hear it and you end up singing the song. At first you might just hum but then later you start to understand the words, too. 

Jack: So, the tip here is to sing along to your favourite song. Either in your head or in the shower! The second way songs can help your English is with new words.

Rich: It’s easy to find the lyrics to a favourite song on youtube. Youtube can be your own personal karaoke machine - and you can look up any words you don’t know in an online dictionary.

Jack: Even better is a website called lyricstraining.com. Choose your favourite song and listen to the lyrics. It’s useful and fun, too because there are different levels of difficulty.

Rich: Songs use lots of slang, too. So, you can learn lots of informal English that you often don’t find in English textbooks.

Jack: Here’s an example from a Bruno Mars song called The Lazy Song. 

I'll be loungin' on the couch just chillin' in my snuggie
Flip to MTV so they can teach me how to Dougie
'Cause in my castle I'm the freakin' man  

Rich: That's really cool, Jack. Lots of slang and informal phrases in that. Not much of a football connection but his backing band are called The Hooligans!

Jack: Have a listen to the song and let us know if you can work out what it means!

Rich: Songs can also help with pronunciation. Songs use lots of contractions. In songs, you won’t hear going to or want to that often. You will hear gonna and wanna.

Jack: And you can try to copy this when you’re speaking. Tell somebody that you’re ‘gonna go home’ not you’re  ‘going to go home’ or ‘I wanna new computer’ not ‘I want a new computer’.

Rich: And finally, songs are also motivating. You hear a song that you like, you want to understand the lyrics, too.

Jack: There is often a story, too. Bob Dylan won the Nobel Prize for Literature this year so there is often lots of value in learning song lyrics.

Rich: So the five ways that music and songs can help your English are:

Jack: Number one: Songs are memorable or catchy. You can sing along to them.

Rich: Number two: You can learn new words. Choose your favourite song and learn the lyrics on websites like lyricstraining.com

Jack: Number three: Learn some slang. You don’t find this language in textbooks but you can learn it through songs.

Rich: Number four: Pronunciation. Song lyrics use lots of contractions that you can copy in conversations with friends.

Jack: Number five: Songs are motivating. If you like a song it can be very rewarding and satisfying to learn all the words and understand the story.

Rich: What’s your favourite song at the moment, Jack?

Jack: Hmmm... At the moment, I'm really enjoying the Alabama Shakes album Sound and Colour and the second track is called Don't wanna fight.

Rich: I just listen to You’ll never walk alone’!!

Player of the Week

Rich: There were lots of great performances in the Premier League last week.

Jack: Wilfried Zaha played well again for Palace but he was our player of the week last week.

Rich: Dele Alli and Heung Min Son are so consistent for Tottenham. They’re both having great seasons.

Jack: But this week’s Player of the Week is Chelsea’s Marcos Alonso. He scored a great free-kick last weekend.

Rich: It was a great goal and he’s a defender, too! He comes from a really interesting football family. His dad and grandad were both footballers and both won lots of trophies!

Jack: We’ve put a link to the article on the side of this page and it’s on the homepage, too.

Can you work out this week’s football phrase?

Rich: Have you got a football phrase for us this week?

Jack: Yes, I have, but first, last week’s football phrase. The phrase was ‘to do the double over’ and it means to beat a team twice in a league season. Once at home and another time away from home. I thought it was a difficult phrase.

Rich: Yes, it was but that didn’t stop Liubomyr from Ukraine, Emir from Bosnia, Kwesimanifest from Ghana and Ahmed Adam Mamado from Sudan from getting the right answer. Well done to all of you!

Rich: What’s this week’s phrase?

Jack: This week because we’ve been talking about music I thought I’d change the football phrase a little bit. I want you to complete this famous football chant. You only sing when you’re *******! Sing when you’re *******!

Rich: Nice chanting, Jack! Before we go, we want to point you in the direction of two new sections we have on Premier Skills English.

Jack: The first is our fan of the week section. Each week, we’re going to publish an article from a Premier League fan from around the world.

Rich: Our first fan of the week is Bojan from Montenegro. On the Premier Skills English website, he is called Aragorn1986 and he has been a regular user on the website for a long time.

Jack: If you want to know more about him - head over to the new section in the fans section - there is a link on the side of the page.

Rich: And if you want to be a Fan of the Week, just send us an email or a comment and we will help you put an article together in English.

Jack: We would love to get a Premier League fan from every country in the world!

Rich: We also have a new discussion page for you to enjoy. We would like you to discuss and decide new topics for this podcast. 

Jack: That’s right. We’d love to hear about the topics that interest you and things you enjoy learning about and talking about. So head over to this week’s discussion. You can find it in the fans section.

Rich: Right, that’s all we have time for this week. 

Jack: Don’t forget to write your answers to our questions and make a guess at our football phrase in the comments below. 

Rich: Bye for now and enjoy your football!

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What do you think?

In this week’s podcast, Jack and Rich spoke about football songs and how music can help your English.

  1. Which football songs do you know or have you heard? What's the difference between a football song and a football chant? 

  2. Are football songs and chants popular in your country? Can you share one?

  3. Do you enjoy listening to music? What do you listen to? Do you use music to improve your English? 

Remember to write your guess at this week's football phrase and the questions above in the comments section below.

If you want us to correct your English, just write 'correct me' at the beginning of your comment.

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assemjuve's picture
assemjuve
09/07/2017
PS
3557
points

Yes I do, I like listening to music especially rock and roll.


assemjuve's picture
assemjuve
09/07/2017 20:18
Palestinian Territory
Liverpool
3557

Yes I do, I like listening to music especially rock and roll.

assemjuve's picture
assemjuve
09/07/2017
PS
3557
points

Actually, they are boring, I do not like listening to their chants.


assemjuve's picture
assemjuve
09/07/2017 20:16
Palestinian Territory
Liverpool
3557

Actually, they are boring, I do not like listening to their chants.

assemjuve's picture
assemjuve
09/07/2017
PS
3557
points

I know You will never walk alone, when I hear it I get goose bumps.


assemjuve's picture
assemjuve
09/07/2017 20:15
Palestinian Territory
Liverpool
3557

I know You will never walk alone, when I hear it I get goose bumps.

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shobonenok
21/04/2017
RU
964
points

Correct me.
I'd like to start with the football phrase, it is "*******". I've used Youtube to find the right answer and the first video which I saw was Borussia's fans chanting during the game against Man City in the Champions League. It was amusingly :)

I know only 2 English football songs: 'Blue Moon', of course, and 'You'll never walk alone'. Thanks for singing a part of the first one, Jack, it was wonderful! If I meet you one day, I'll ask you to do it again!

Both football songs and chants are very popular in Russia. Thought, chants are a bit more popular. I know the Spartak anthem and all the supporters sing it before every home match holding their red-white scarves above their heads. I enjoy this atmosphere so much. Moreover, I know lots of Spartak's chants, some of them are rather obscene, rude and offensive for the other teams.
It is exetremely hard for me to translate any of the chants without losing the essense and the courage of it. It's better to watch them on Youtube. However, there are some easiest ones, for example: 'Spartak Moskva, you're not alone, with you we are, and we will win!' or 'Goooood, save Spartak, give him strength to beat all the Russian clubs. Goooood, save Spartak, give him strength to win in the name of Moscow'.
Spartak is likely to play in the Champions League next season, so, all of you will have a chance to listen all the songs and chants on TV or at the Russian or another European stadiums.

I enjoy listening different genres of music: from Sabaton (heavy-metal) till any songs from the Eurovision. I use music to relax, to encourage myself, to change or enhance my feelings. If the song which I fond of is not in Russian, I always try to find the lyrics.


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shobonenok
21/04/2017 10:18
Russia
Manchester City
964

Correct me.
I'd like to start with the football phrase, it is "*******". I've used Youtube to find the right answer and the first video which I saw was Borussia's fans chanting during the game against Man City in the Champions League. It was amusingly :)

I know only 2 English football songs: 'Blue Moon', of course, and 'You'll never walk alone'. Thanks for singing a part of the first one, Jack, it was wonderful! If I meet you one day, I'll ask you to do it again!

Both football songs and chants are very popular in Russia. Thought, chants are a bit more popular. I know the Spartak anthem and all the supporters sing it before every home match holding their red-white scarves above their heads. I enjoy this atmosphere so much. Moreover, I know lots of Spartak's chants, some of them are rather obscene, rude and offensive for the other teams.
It is exetremely hard for me to translate any of the chants without losing the essense and the courage of it. It's better to watch them on Youtube. However, there are some easiest ones, for example: 'Spartak Moskva, you're not alone, with you we are, and we will win!' or 'Goooood, save Spartak, give him strength to beat all the Russian clubs. Goooood, save Spartak, give him strength to win in the name of Moscow'.
Spartak is likely to play in the Champions League next season, so, all of you will have a chance to listen all the songs and chants on TV or at the Russian or another European stadiums.

I enjoy listening different genres of music: from Sabaton (heavy-metal) till any songs from the Eurovision. I use music to relax, to encourage myself, to change or enhance my feelings. If the song which I fond of is not in Russian, I always try to find the lyrics.

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RafaelRC
18/04/2017
BR
388
points

Correct me.
I've searched You’ll Never Walk Alone on Youtube and I was impressed with the fans and the music, it was very thrilling. Manly, because in the video showed the final of UCL 2004-05. It was a great match, it was amazing!!!
In my coutry wich team has a popular chants for the fans "push the team".
I would like give a sugestion: you could make something about great matches, historical matches like the final of UCL 2004-05, finals of world cup. I think that it will be very cool.


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RafaelRC
18/04/2017 02:56
Brazil
Leicester City
388

Correct me.
I've searched You’ll Never Walk Alone on Youtube and I was impressed with the fans and the music, it was very thrilling. Manly, because in the video showed the final of UCL 2004-05. It was a great match, it was amazing!!!
In my coutry wich team has a popular chants for the fans "push the team".
I would like give a sugestion: you could make something about great matches, historical matches like the final of UCL 2004-05, finals of world cup. I think that it will be very cool.

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admin
18/04/2017
GB
169
points

Hi RafaelRC

Here are some corrections. I hope they are useful.

I've searched ^ You’ll Never Walk Alone on Youtube and I was impressed with the fans and the music, it was very thrilling. Manly, because in the video showed the final of UCL 2004-05. It was a great match, it was amazing!!!

In my coutry wich team has a popular chants for the fans "push the team".

I would like give a sugestion: you could make something about great matches, historical matches like the final of UCL 2004-05, finals of world cup. I think that it will be very cool.

1. This is almost right. Because you say 'I was impressed' you need to use the past simple with the verb search.

2. missing word - for

3. thrilling is an extreme adjective - really thrilling, but not very thrilling.

4. spelling or typo

5. spelling or typo and missing comma

6. I'm not sure if this is supposed to be which - if so, well done for tempting a defining clause, but it's not quite right. I would have written: In my country, there is a...

7. a = 1; singular. 

8. I would like to make a suggestion

I agree - that would be great. We have tried this before - we would really like to talk about footage of old matches. I'll talk to Rich and see if there is a way we can share some footage of golden moments from the history of football.

Thanks

Jack - The Premier Skills English Team


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admin
18/04/2017 14:21
United Kingdom
Arsenal
169

Hi RafaelRC

Here are some corrections. I hope they are useful.

I've searched ^ You’ll Never Walk Alone on Youtube and I was impressed with the fans and the music, it was very thrilling. Manly, because in the video showed the final of UCL 2004-05. It was a great match, it was amazing!!!

In my coutry wich team has a popular chants for the fans "push the team".

I would like give a sugestion: you could make something about great matches, historical matches like the final of UCL 2004-05, finals of world cup. I think that it will be very cool.

1. This is almost right. Because you say 'I was impressed' you need to use the past simple with the verb search.

2. missing word - for

3. thrilling is an extreme adjective - really thrilling, but not very thrilling.

4. spelling or typo

5. spelling or typo and missing comma

6. I'm not sure if this is supposed to be which - if so, well done for tempting a defining clause, but it's not quite right. I would have written: In my country, there is a...

7. a = 1; singular. 

8. I would like to make a suggestion

I agree - that would be great. We have tried this before - we would really like to talk about footage of old matches. I'll talk to Rich and see if there is a way we can share some footage of golden moments from the history of football.

Thanks

Jack - The Premier Skills English Team

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RafaelRC
19/04/2017
BR
388
points

Thanks again!!!
6. is correct? - In my country (each/every) team has its popular chants for the fans "push the team (motivate the team during the match)".

And give a suggestion is wrong? In Portuguese we use this expression a lot, but in English it can be wrong.


RafaelRC's picture
RafaelRC
19/04/2017 01:19
Brazil
Leicester City
388

Thanks again!!!
6. is correct? - In my country (each/every) team has its popular chants for the fans "push the team (motivate the team during the match)".

And give a suggestion is wrong? In Portuguese we use this expression a lot, but in English it can be wrong.

Rich's picture
Rich
19/04/2017
ES
178
points

Hi Rafael 

  1. In your sentence you can use either 'each' or 'every'. They are very similar but there are some little differences. You use 'every' with regular events like 'every week or 'every month'. You also use 'every' with adverbs. You would say 'Nearly every team has its own chant or song'. Have a look at this link from the BBC and you can find out more information.
  2. You can 'give suggestions' but in question forms it sounds impolite, so it's best to say 'Can I make a suggestion?'

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team

 


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Rich
19/04/2017 09:14
Spain
Liverpool
178

Hi Rafael 

  1. In your sentence you can use either 'each' or 'every'. They are very similar but there are some little differences. You use 'every' with regular events like 'every week or 'every month'. You also use 'every' with adverbs. You would say 'Nearly every team has its own chant or song'. Have a look at this link from the BBC and you can find out more information.
  2. You can 'give suggestions' but in question forms it sounds impolite, so it's best to say 'Can I make a suggestion?'

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team

 

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Ahmed Adam Mamado
16/04/2017
SD
1985
points

Why no none wants to correct me?
I'm here to improve, please do correct my comments

1- I know lots of Real Madrid songs and I love singing them with the fans before the match, Liverpool's You 'll never walk alone is the most famous football club song in the world I think

2- Yes football chants are very populor in our country, I Locally support Al Hilal FC, and one of our favourite chants is "Seed Albalad, Seed Albalad"

3- I enjoy listening to Bob Marley and Taio Cruz,And that helps me improving my English with some fun


Ahmed Adam Mamado's picture
Ahmed Adam Mamado
16/04/2017 10:13
Sudan
Liverpool
1985

Why no none wants to correct me?
I'm here to improve, please do correct my comments

1- I know lots of Real Madrid songs and I love singing them with the fans before the match, Liverpool's You 'll never walk alone is the most famous football club song in the world I think

2- Yes football chants are very populor in our country, I Locally support Al Hilal FC, and one of our favourite chants is "Seed Albalad, Seed Albalad"

3- I enjoy listening to Bob Marley and Taio Cruz,And that helps me improving my English with some fun

Rich's picture
Rich
16/04/2017
ES
178
points

Hi Ahmed Adam Mamado

We try to corrrect all messages that have 'correct me' at the beginning of the message on the podcast page. Sometimes it can take Jack and I longer than other times (especially at weekends) but the messages will be corrected in the end :) Find some corrections below. I hope they are useful.

I know lots of Real Madrid songs and I love singing them with the fans before the match, (you should start a new sentence here) I think Liverpool's You 'll never walk alone is the most famous football club song in the world I think (we usually start a sentence with 'I think/ I believe' especially when writing)

Yes, football chants are very populor in our country. I Locally support My local team is Al Hilal FC, and one of our favourite chants is "Seed Albalad, Seed Albalad". (Not much to correct here. Thinking about punctuation could be helpful.)

I enjoy listening to Bob Marley and Taio Cruz,And that which helps me improveing my English with some fun in a fun way.

Hope that helps.

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team


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Rich
16/04/2017 12:35
Spain
Liverpool
178

Hi Ahmed Adam Mamado

We try to corrrect all messages that have 'correct me' at the beginning of the message on the podcast page. Sometimes it can take Jack and I longer than other times (especially at weekends) but the messages will be corrected in the end :) Find some corrections below. I hope they are useful.

I know lots of Real Madrid songs and I love singing them with the fans before the match, (you should start a new sentence here) I think Liverpool's You 'll never walk alone is the most famous football club song in the world I think (we usually start a sentence with 'I think/ I believe' especially when writing)

Yes, football chants are very populor in our country. I Locally support My local team is Al Hilal FC, and one of our favourite chants is "Seed Albalad, Seed Albalad". (Not much to correct here. Thinking about punctuation could be helpful.)

I enjoy listening to Bob Marley and Taio Cruz,And that which helps me improveing my English with some fun in a fun way.

Hope that helps.

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team

Ahmed Adam Mamado's picture
Ahmed Adam Mamado
16/04/2017
SD
1985
points

Thank you for your help Teacher Rich, that helped me a lot.


Ahmed Adam Mamado's picture
Ahmed Adam Mamado
16/04/2017 14:18
Sudan
Liverpool
1985

Thank you for your help Teacher Rich, that helped me a lot.

Ahmed Adam Mamado's picture
Ahmed Adam Mamado
16/04/2017
SD
1985
points

the phrase of the week : You only sing when you’re "*******"


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Ahmed Adam Mamado
16/04/2017 08:48
Sudan
Liverpool
1985

the phrase of the week : You only sing when you’re "*******"

aragorn1986's picture
aragorn1986
15/04/2017
ME
3527
points

A football song is longer than chant. Chant is often repeated more times during a match and it's far easier to remember, it's catchy.


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aragorn1986
15/04/2017 19:53
Montenegro
Arsenal
3527

A football song is longer than chant. Chant is often repeated more times during a match and it's far easier to remember, it's catchy.

kwesimanifest's picture
kwesimanifest
15/04/2017
GH
3912
points

I know my team, Manchester United song of "Glory glory Man United 3x .... As the reds go maching on on on"


kwesimanifest's picture
kwesimanifest
15/04/2017 10:16
Ghana
Manchester United
3912

I know my team, Manchester United song of "Glory glory Man United 3x .... As the reds go maching on on on"

kwesimanifest's picture
kwesimanifest
15/04/2017
GH
3912
points

I love to listen to R&B, country,gospel, reggae and hip pop music.


kwesimanifest's picture
kwesimanifest
15/04/2017 10:14
Ghana
Manchester United
3912

I love to listen to R&B, country,gospel, reggae and hip pop music.

kwesimanifest's picture
kwesimanifest
15/04/2017
GH
3912
points

This week's phrase is *******


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kwesimanifest
15/04/2017 10:10
Ghana
Manchester United
3912

This week's phrase is *******

Mon
15/04/2017
EG
443
points

today's word is *******


Mon
15/04/2017 00:29
Egypt
Chelsea
443

today's word is *******

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alimiloud
14/04/2017
DZ
160
points

thank you for this lesson


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alimiloud
14/04/2017 23:58
Algeria
Chelsea
160

thank you for this lesson

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Emir Veličanstveni
14/04/2017
BA
1223
points

The chant is: You only sing when you’re ******* you’re *******!


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Emir Veličanstveni
14/04/2017 21:53
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Arsenal
1223

The chant is: You only sing when you’re ******* you’re *******!

Liubomyr
14/04/2017
UA
1123
points

The chant is: You only sing when you’re *******! Sing when you’re *******!


Liubomyr
14/04/2017 17:02
Ukraine
Watford
1123

The chant is: You only sing when you’re *******! Sing when you’re *******!

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elghoul
14/04/2017
DZ
1540
points

1. I of course have heard Liverpool anthem and its name is written on flags in a lot of our country stadiums.

2. The most popular song in Algeria is JSKabylie's 'anwa wigi? thymazighan!'. In fact its a one sentence song.

3. I like music of all sorts and regions.


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elghoul
14/04/2017 14:15
Algeria
Arsenal
1540

1. I of course have heard Liverpool anthem and its name is written on flags in a lot of our country stadiums.

2. The most popular song in Algeria is JSKabylie's 'anwa wigi? thymazighan!'. In fact its a one sentence song.

3. I like music of all sorts and regions.

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