It wouldn't be a party if we didn't have music! From the classic bands of the 1960s to today's alternative music, this is your gateway to the world of English speaking music.
We've created this page to help you practice your English. There are quizzes to test your grammar and vocabulary, a discussion forum where you can share your ideas, and an Internet scavenger hunt related to music. We've also given you the words (lyrics) to some popular songs in English. Get ready to jam.
Listening to music can be a good way to learn English. Talking about music is another way.
- What's the last concert you went to see? Did you enjoy it?
- What's your favotite band?
- What instruments can you play? How did you learn to play them?
Activities and Games
- ESL Scavenger Hunt: Music - This is an Internet scavenger hunt you can do on your own. To use this scavenger hunt, you can print the page or you can open a new window in your browser. This scavenger hunt will teach you about the International Lyrics Server, MIDI files and MIDI karakoe, on-line music quizzes, and more.
- All Music Guide - This Internet worksheet will teach you how to use the All Music Guide. Just print the page. Then take notes as you answer each question.
Practice your grammar skills by taking an interactive quiz!
- Song Lyrics: Complex Sentence Structure - (difficult, multiple choice)
- Bruce Springsteen Lyrics: Prepositions - (medium, multiple choice)
Click on one of the songs below to get the words to the song.
- The Beach Boys: Wouldn't It Be Nice
- Led Zeppelin: Stairway to Heaven
- The Eagles: Hotel California
- Madonna: Holiday
- 4 Non Blondes: What's Up?
- Elvis Presley: Suspicious Minds
- Guns 'N Roses: November Rain
- U2: One