Learn English with Movies – Antman and The Wasp


Today, you're studying fast English by looking at the reductions , the linking, the melody, the simplification that native speakers do when speaking English.

We're going to be using the scene from the movie Ant Man and The Wasp. When you study American English this way, and not the way you learned it in school,

or the way you learned from your book, your listening comprehension and your ability to sound natural speaking English is going to improve dramatically.

Today, you'll see what changes in someone's rhythm when they're insulting somebody. We're doing an in-depth analysis, studying the rhythmic contrast that gives American English its character.

And there's going to be audio to train with at the end, so you can fully understand it, and start building that habit of natural American English.

You're the one who's on the run from the FBI. We're doing this all summer. We started in June, and we're going through August.

Stick with me every Tuesday. They're all great scenes and there's going to be so much to learn that can transform the way you understand and speak English.

And as always, if you like this video or you learned something new, please like and subscribe with notifications. You're going to watch the clip, then we're going to do a full pronunciation analysis together.

This is going to help so much with your listening comprehension when it comes to watching English movies in TV. But there's going to be a training section.

You're going to take what you've just learned and practice repeating it, doing a reduction, flapping a T, just like you learned in the analysis. Okay here's the scene.