Connected Speech In English | "SUCKER" by the Jonas Brothers


Are you ready to learn common expressions, figures of speech,

and connected speech in English?

Let's have a lot of fun doing it today

with popular song, 'Sucker' by the Jonas Brothers.

So this is a fantastic song for you to study with.

It has a lot of figures of speech, and while these are not so common for your spoken English,

they are very present in songs and other similar media,

and, so, it's really good practice for you to be able to recognize these,

and learn to decipher their meaning.

Plus you'll get a ton of very common American pronunciation examples.

So, let's watch that, and by the way,

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Do you know what a figure of speech is?

Figures of speech are an element of the language that is very common in music.

Check out this quick explanation that we gave in another one of our videos.

I highly recommend you check out that full lesson from Game of Thrones

after you finished this lesson with the Jonas Brothers.

And, by the way, remember that expressions are a type of figures speech that are common

in spoken English. However, many figures of speech, such as the example here

are more for poetic imagery, and are not so common in spoken English.

But, don't worry because we are going to be pointing out to you

the most common spoken expressions throughout this video.

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Do you love music?

Then you will definitely want to check out

this playlist with all of our lessons teaching you English with Music

after you finish this lesson.

You'll find that up here or down in the description below.

Aww yeah! Great job today! I hope you had a lot of fun with that song!

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Now, it's time to go beyond the classroom,

and LIVE your English!

Aww yeah!

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