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I think one of the great ways to get our young to learn English is through music. For many reasons. as I outline in this article. It is even better, more inspiring, more engaging when they see their fellow country men/women singing in English! So in this spirit, let's share some of our favorite international artists singing in their second language!  Get the full player and lyric book HERE

Here's a brave singer from Korea, to start off this directory!

 

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I'm not sure if this qualifies as "the best" 2nd language singing but I'll add it because it is trending and viral on youtube. Russian policemen singing "Get Lucky". 

 

 

Very Nice Thanks For Sharing

Thanks a lot, I believe it's a great way to motivate learners inEFL classes. Once more thanks.

Jojo Abot from Ghana is a top knotch second language singer. Here, she highlights both her singing in English and in her native tongue - Ewe. 

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