Have you ever heard of an empty orchestra?
The word karaoke means “empty orchestra” in Japanese.
Karaoke lets you sing along to your favorite songs by removing the singer’s voice and leaving only the music. “Empty orchestra” makes sense now, doesn’t it?
If you’ve never tried karaoke, you’re truly missing out!
Whether you do it alone or in a group, it’s fun to sing as well (or as terribly!) as you want. You can pretend you’re the famous singer, in front of a huge audience.
And while you’re at it, you can learn an incredible amount of English.
Learning English with karaoke can help you:
- Improve your fluency
- Become more confident in your speaking
- Use words and phrases you might not know well yet
- Practice your pronunciation
After all, who said learning English can’t be fun?