ūüéĶ Top 5 Songs to Learn English: SONG #1 "Penny Lane" by The Beatles ūüéĶ


Listen to "Penny Lane" by The Beatles with lyrics HERE!


I think one of the best songs to learn English with is "Penny Lane" by The Beatles, for 2 reasons:

1. The song has a slow tempo, which means the singing isn't too fast. Although the song is still sung at a natural pace so if you can catch the words while listening to this song you should be able to catch what native English speakers are saying in a natural moderately paced conversation.

2. This song describes a real place, a street called "Penny Lane". The words in this song will give you vocabulary that you need to describe places.
Good vocabulary to listen for in "Penny Lane" by The Beatles:
‚≠źÔłŹ Barber
‚≠źÔłŹ Roundabout
‚≠źÔłŹ Corner
‚≠źÔłŹ Suburban
‚≠źÔłŹ Lane
ūüƆ BONUS PHRASE: "Pouring rain" means very heavy rain/ it is raining a lot! ūüĆßÔłŹ ‚õąÔłŹ ūüĆßÔłŹ

To understand the song even better take a look at the street view of "Penny Lane" on google maps. Have a look this link to the actual street "Penny Lane" on GOOGLE MAPS HERE!
TIP: rotate around on the street view of "Penny Lane" to see the world famous "Penny Lane" sign! ūüėĄ

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