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  • Wow!

  • Incredible! I am gobsmacked!

  • A million subscribers!

  • I don't even know how many people that is,

  • what does that even look like?

  • Thank you,

  • thank you to each and every one of you

  • who has clicked on that little red subscribe button

  • down there and joined me every week

  • to practise English.

  • With all of your support, I will be here

  • making lessons for you for a long, long time to come.

  • So we need to celebrate, right?

  • I've got a super special video lined up for you today.

  • I wanted to celebrate with you, of course,

  • and some of my very special friends.

  • Friends that you might already know.

  • They are all English teachers on Youtube

  • and I'm so excited that they are here celebrating with us

  • because I get to introduce you to them

  • just in case you haven't met them already.

  • What I love most about them is that they are all

  • really unique individuals and they bring their own

  • teaching style to their English lessons here on YouTube.

  • It's impossible to get bored learning English online

  • because there are so many amazing, entertaining,

  • talented teachers here.

  • And they all work so hard to share their knowledge

  • and their experience with you for free.

  • So while we are celebrating 1 million subscribers

  • here at mmmEnglish, we are also celebrating

  • the amazing opportunity that YouTube and the internet

  • has provided for all of us to learn

  • whenever we want, wherever we want,

  • with whoever we want.

  • So who is here celebrating with us?

  • Listen carefully because they've all got

  • a very important piece of advice for you.

  • Hello I'm Emma from mmEnglish!

  • Just kidding, I'm Vanessa

  • from The Speak English with Vanessa YouTube channel!

  • Congratulations Emma on 1 million subscribers!

  • Your lessons have touched so many lives

  • around the world.

  • Thank you I love the way you teach English.

  • Thank you, your video helps me a lot and so many more!

  • 1 million!

  • In fact, if all of your subscribers were in the same place

  • at the same time, they would fill the world's

  • largest stadium, six times!

  • I'd like to share one English tip with your

  • special 1 million subscribers, it's a little challenge!

  • Every time that you watch an English lesson on Youtube,

  • I challenge you to write a comment using

  • what you learned, every time.

  • Because you know that repetition is key,

  • start repeating right away!

  • Did you learn a phrasal verb? Use it in the comments!

  • Did you learn how to pronounce an expression?

  • Write a sentence in the comments

  • and then read it out loud!

  • The good news is that you can complete this challenge

  • right now in the comments below this video.

  • Congratulate Emma

  • and tell her that you love what she does!

  • Congratulations Emma on 1 million, you deserve it!

  • Hello it is Lucy from English with Lucy!

  • A massive congratulations to my dear friend Emma

  • who has just hit a million subscribers.

  • I'm so proud of her! 1 million students!

  • When I met Emma, I think we both

  • had around 40,000 subscribers.

  • Emma was in London and we filmed a video together

  • and we just had the best time.

  • She is such a funny, lovely person

  • and we've been in contact ever since.

  • My piece of advice, well it actually

  • relates a little bit to Emma and her channel,

  • I get a lot of students say "I want to learn British English"

  • so I'm only going to listen to British people"

  • Wrong!

  • You need to listen to as many different accents

  • as possible.

  • There are so many accents to be found on YouTube

  • not forgetting this beautiful Australian accent

  • right here on this channel.

  • I don't mean me, I mean Emma.

  • So try and listen to as many different ones as you can

  • and your ears and your brain will get used to

  • understanding all of the variations in pronunciation

  • across all the English-speaking countries,

  • all of the English accents

  • everywhere all across the world.

  • That's my tip!

  • Hi, I'm Vicki and I'm British

  • and I'm Jenny and I'm American,

  • together we're Simple English videos.

  • On our channel, we teach American English

  • and British English and we have jokes

  • and lots of conversations so you can see

  • English in action. And lots of jokes.

  • We're big fans of mmmEnglish

  • and we're so thrilled that you've got

  • a million subscribers Emma!

  • Congratulations, you totally deserve it!

  • It's wonderful that so many students

  • can learn with you online.

  • Do we have a tip for people learning online?

  • Yes, a little and often.

  • What do you mean?

  • Well, there's a lot of research about how to be

  • successful when you're learning English.

  • It doesn't matter how intelligent you are

  • or how old you are,

  • the important thing is regular practice.

  • So practise on YouTube every day?

  • Yes 5 minutes here, 10 minutes there

  • so a little and often.

  • And Emma thank you for all you do.

  • Hello everyone my name is Anna

  • from English Like a Native.

  • I just want to say a huge congratulations to

  • Emma from mmmEnglish.

  • It's such a fantastic milestone for you to reach 1 million!

  • Well done!

  • My top tip for learning English online

  • is repetition, repetition, repetition.

  • We all know that by repeating a lesson,

  • it helps to put it into our long-term memory

  • so we retain all that fantastic information.

  • Now the great thing about YouTube,

  • is it gives you the option to create playlists.

  • Most people don't use that feature

  • but you definitely should.

  • If you find a lesson is particularly good

  • and you like it a lot

  • or you find the lesson it is a little bit difficult to grasp

  • and you know that you have to go back

  • to watch it a few more times, add it to a playlist

  • and then you'll always remember

  • how to find those lessons.

  • Best of luck!

  • Hi I'm Rachel of Rachel's English

  • and congratulations to you Emma on reaching

  • 1 million subscribers.

  • Look out, the gold play button is heavy and I've already

  • dropped mine and cracked it.

  • My advice to students studying English online is

  • when you find a few teachers that you really like,

  • follow them. Subscribe on YouTube,

  • follow them on Facebook,

  • even better if they have a mailing list, subscribe,

  • it's their direct line of communication to you

  • and they want to teach you.

  • It's so much better than just watching random videos.

  • When you really follow a teacher, you can start to know

  • the path that you should be on.

  • The sequence that you should watch the videos

  • to get the most benefit.

  • Also don't be afraid to comment on videos,

  • answer other people's questions and ask questions.

  • When you start to engage in the community,

  • it makes you feel like you're part of something bigger

  • and that can be really motivating.

  • When you really follow a teacher and engage

  • in that community, it can help online learning feel

  • less random and it can give you more structure.

  • Hi everyone I'm Jennifer from English with Jennifer.

  • You may also know me as Jennifer ESL.

  • I want to take this opportunity to say Emma,

  • congratulations on reaching 1 million subscribers!

  • It's an amazing accomplishment

  • and I'm not surprised at all because you came on

  • YouTube as a breath of fresh air.

  • You're lovely and skillful

  • and I know that mmmEnglish will continue to grow

  • and reach many more learners around the world.

  • As for all you English language learners watching,

  • here's some advice.

  • Remember to set realistic goals and don't fear mistakes

  • as you take steps towards reaching those goals.

  • Mistakes are learning opportunities.

  • For example, after having a difficult conversation

  • replay it in your head.

  • When you have time to think clearly and calmly,

  • change your words to what you should have said

  • or could have said,

  • you'll be better prepared next time.

  • Hi everybody! So we are Love English!

  • I'm Leila, I'm Sabra and we're coming to you from

  • Britain.

  • That's right. Yes, England. Great Britain,

  • the country of rain, scones and beer.

  • Tea!

  • So we are British University English teachers

  • and we teach English as a foreign language.

  • We would love you to come and watch our channel,

  • we have videos about pronunciation, grammar,

  • lots of things like that.

  • So our top tip for learning English is

  • love it, enjoy it!

  • That's right guys. Make learning English

  • an enjoyable experience.

  • So let's face it, you're going to find some things difficult

  • but try and find ways that you can actually enjoy it more.

  • Like for example Leila?

  • Rather than picking up a grammar book,

  • why don't you find a lesson on the grammar point

  • you need on YouTube.

  • That's right or why not get out into the streets

  • and try and have conversations with native speakers

  • or go to conversation practice clubs.

  • Find a way that works for you

  • to actually enjoy the experience of learning English.

  • So congratulations to mmmEnglish.

  • Well done Emma, what a fantastic achievement!

  • Thank you so much for having us

  • on your amazing channel.

  • Hi Emma, how's it going? It's your friend

  • and fellow Youtuber Gabby Wallace

  • from the Go Natural English channel.

  • I want to wish you my biggest congratulations

  • for your huge milestone of 1 million subscribers

  • here on YouTube.

  • So let me add my tip for your viewers.

  • It is about cultivating a learning mindset.

  • Yes before we even learn the specifics

  • of English grammar and pronunciation and so on,

  • we have to have an open learning mindset.

  • Basically, this means that you must believe in yourself

  • and believe that you are capable

  • of learning something new

  • because you don't want to start thinking

  • I can't do this, it's so difficult I'll never reach my goal.

  • That is a sure way for setting yourself up for failure.

  • So what we want to do is start with a positive, open,

  • learning mindset and tell yourself things like

  • for example, I can learn English!

  • I am learning a little bit each day, I'm doing a great job

  • and I am 100% capable of becoming fluent in English

  • if I try hard and focus.

  • So I hope you enjoyed that tip and again

  • congratulations! Bye for now!

  • So good, right?

  • Thank you to all of my amazing wonderful friends.

  • Thank you for helping me and my subscribers

  • to celebrate and thank you for making Youtube

  • such an incredible tool for education and for learning.

  • You are doing a really, really good job.

  • And to my amazing subscribers,

  • oh my goodness, you guys are the best!

  • I have one last piece of advice for you.

  • Now you can make up any reason why someone else

  • succeeds.

  • You can tell yourself that they were lucky

  • or they're smarter than you

  • or they've got more opportunity

  • or more money

  • or more time.