Why I Stopped Listening To Music In English — And You Should Too

I love listening to Taylor Swift, Bon Iver, and Tame Impala as much as the next person. For years, I listened to every single one of their songs every chance I got. Yes, that includes Taylor Swift’s unreleased “Dark Blue Tennessee”. While English is important, there’s more to life than just English books, music, news, and the English language itself. I am a native English speaker…

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Jayson Frascatore

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I write about languages, politics, and climate change | Curated 23x | New contributing writer for ILLUMINATION | Buy me a coffee https://ko-fi.com/jaysonfras

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