Entries by Suzy S.

Flower Power: 4 Easy Ukulele Songs from the 60s

Ready for a time warp? Ukulele teacher Willy M. has five classic tunes from the 60s that are perfect for your ukulele! There was something about the music of the 1960s that has remained popular year after year. The nice thing about this for the beginning ukulele player is that 60s songs make great tunes to learn […]

How to Play 10 Songs on the Ukulele Using 4 Simple Chords

Playing the ukulele can be tons of fun, even if you’re a total beginner! Music teacher Jeff S. shares an easy way to learn ten songs on the ukulele today… What You Need to Start A ukulele is a newbie-friendly, nothin’-but-fun, cool little instrument that you’re never too young or old to learn. The added bonus? […]

Quiz: What is Your Learning Style?

No matter what you’re learning, your personality plays a big role! Everyone learns differently, and the strategies that work for one person may not work for another — and that’s OK! Whether you’re learning a new language or even picking up a new hobby, it’s smart to keep your learning style in mind. That way, you’re […]

Why Taking Voice Lessons from Christina Aguilera is a Bad Idea

Can you learn to sing through videos, like the ones advertised with Christina Aguilera? Read on for voice teacher Elaina R.‘s thoughts…    Have you seen the online ads offering a voice lesson course taught by Christina Aguilera? Promos for the course have inundated many Facebook feeds, and since I know many professional singers and voice teachers, I’ve […]

Feeling Lost in Conversation? 3 Helpful Tips for Language Learners

Whether you’re practicing conversational French, Spanish, or another language, chatting with a native speaker can be daunting. Here, language tutor Jinky B. shares some tips to keep in mind if you’re feeling lost…   Congratulations, you have been taking language classes and diligently studying all that you have learned on your own time. Now you’re ready […]