Re: Listen English while doing other things.
Anything!!! You can get hundreds of English-speaking radio stations over the internet these days. Put one on (preferably one with more talking than music) and just leave it playing all the time when you're doing other things. Don't try to actually listen to it, because there's a danger you'll start to stress about the fact that you're not understanding every single word. Just use it to get used to the rhythm and cadence of the language and after a while you will realise that you understand more and more of the words.
Originally Posted by anhnha
I wouldn't recommend music particularly, mainly because lyrics don't worry about grammar or standard English usage.
If you have the option, change the language when you're watching TV or films. Change it to English, or at least put the English subtitles on.
Another good site is TED. It's full of interesting videos in English. They are good to actually watch and concentrate on, but there's no reason why you shouldn't play them in the background while doing other things. Each one is 15 minutes long, I think.
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