字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Do you want to improve your listening in English? No. Today, we are recommending six great shows that are perfect for improving your listening skills. Ready? Let's get started. "Friends" is a popular American sitcom that centers on the lives of six friends in their '20s who live in New York. Even though the characters in "Friends" speak quickly, there's a lot of physical comedy and repetition. So, even if you don't understand every word, you'll understand the story. Hey, I got you a present! Oh, my goodness, where did you hide it? "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" is a hugely popular television show in the English-speaking world. The host of the same name, interviews celebrities, does stand-up comedy, or even interviews stars of viral videos. Ellen uses a really simple language in her show, and to date, she has over 2,600 episodes. So, there's lots of opportunities to practice listening. "Atypical" follows the story of Sam Gardner, a high school student with autism. Sam has all the struggles of a normal teenager, but with the added challenge of being atypical or something that's different than normal. A lot of the show centers around Sam's family, friends and support group, and so there's a lot of dialogue in the show. You'll be able to practice listening with a lot of everyday vocabulary. I'm doing research on how to steal a woman. If you want a great tool to improve your English listening, you should try FluentU. FluentU takes authentic English videos like TV clips, music videos, and inspiring talks, and turns them into learning experiences. You'll have access to endless videos and audio with interactive subtitles, plus great educational features like flashcards, example sentences, and quizzes. If you're interested in TV shows, you'll love FluentU's video dictionary. You can search any word and see video examples from native English materials of how to use the word. Try FluentU on desktop or on the go on our app. Click on the link in the description for a free trial of FluentU. Now let's look at another series to improve your listening. "The Great British Bake Off" is a beloved baking show in which amateur bakers compete against each other in a series of challenges. Each week the show's structure is the same, meaning you'll get to hear the same phrases repeated in each episode. Bake, the bakers, bake, the bake off. Perfect baking. The competitors are from all over the United Kingdom. So you'll also get a chance to hear varied British accents. Delicious, hot, muslin parcels. If you want to remember these TV shows for later, click on the link in the description for a free PDF of the recommendations in this video. Netflix's show the "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" is a unique story. Kimmy has been locked in a bunker, an underground safe house for her whole life, and then suddenly discovers the real world. Kimmy has to learn things that seem very basic, and she speaks slowly in the show, making it perfect for practicing listening and learning new vocabulary with the character. -Please tell me that you're normal. -Oh, I'm very normal. I've had everything normal happen to me. Last, we recommend "Breaking Bad". Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher finds out that he has terminal cancer. Because of this, he turns from teaching to producing illegal drugs so he can provide for his family after he dies. Not only that, but he has a very clear and slow way of speaking, so you'll be able to follow along with the story. I am not in danger, Skyler. I am the danger! That's all for today. Make sure to subscribe and press the notification button so you never miss another great FluentU video. Thanks for watching, and see you next time.