Learning English through music and songs can be very enjoyable. You can mix pleasure with learning when you listen to a song and expoilt the song as means to your English progress. Some underlying reason can be drawn to support he I dea why we used songs in language learning.
Firsty “The song stuck in my head”, phenomenon (the echoing your minds of the last song we heard after leaving a restaurant, shopping mall, etc) can be both enjoyable and sometimes linnerving. This phenomenon also seems to reinforce the I dea that song work on your shot and long term memory.
Secondly, songs in general also use simple conversation language, with a lot of repetition, which is just what many learners look for sample text. Although usually simple, some songs can be quite complex syintactically, lexically and poetrically, and can be analyzed in the same way as any other literary sample.
Furthermore, songs can be appropriated by listeners for their own purpose. Most pop songs and propbably many other types don’t have precise people, place, or time rerences.
In addition, soras are relaxing. They provide variety and fun, and encourage harmony within oneself and within one group. Little wonder they are important tools in sustaining culture, religion, patrictism, and yes, even revolutions.
Last but not least, there are many learning activities we can do with songs, such as studying grammar, practicing selective listening comprehension, translating songs, learning vocabulary and studying the culture.
Thus, from the elaboration above, it can be concluded that by learning through music and songs, learning English can be enjoyable, and it is fun to learn English……..