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    teaching by songs

    Which of the following phrases is acceptable? Which is better?

    1. Teaching by songs
    2. Teaching English by songs
    3. Teaching by English songs

    4. Learning by songs
    5. Learning English by songs
    6. Learning by English songs

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    Re: teaching by songs

    I would say "Teaching through [the use of] song".

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    Re: teaching by songs

    2. Teaching English by/through songs
    3. Teaching by/through English songs

    These are both OK, but could mean different things- in 3, you could be teaching maths or history through English songs.

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