Learners TV has a large collection of videos to help you learn a variety of topics, including language, economics, history, law, management, the sciences, and more.
The languages section includes English grammar, slang, common mistakes, and more. There are also videos to help you learn or review other languages. Want to learn how to say “potato” in French?
Of course, you can learn how to pronounce it properly, too. “Potato” in French translates as “apple of the earth”. Interesting!
This is what you’ll find if you click on the “Videos” menu:
There’s a list of videos for people who want to learn Japanese, which most of my students obviously don’t need, but one strategy is to use these videos to learn help you review English. For example, in this video, we learn how to say common phrases found on computer operating systems:
So browse around and learn something new today, or review something you’ve already studied. I think I’ll go review my Spanish greetings:
And then learn the physics behind the idea that cats always land on their feet: