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How to download music from YouTube

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YouTube is a very interesting video posting and viewing community that is free for all. It is so simple to find the songs you like with just a few clicks and sometimes, you like a song so much, you want to keep it on loop in your own computer or gadget.

Here is how you can download music from YouTube:

1. Find the song you want to download on YouTube.
2. Right click and copy the URL of the video that can be found at the top of the browser.
3. In a new browser window, type the key words “best YouTube to mp3 converter”.

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4. In the mp3 converter website, look for the bar where the URL is supposed to go.
5. Paste the URL into the bar.
6. Click the “convert video” button.
7. Wait as the file is being processed and the download is complete.
7. Find a link that says “download”.
8. Your computer will download the song. This may take seconds up to a few minutes depending on your internet speed and the size of the mp3 file.

9. Once the download is finished, click on the song for it to play on your media player.
10. Check if the file is playing smoothly.
11. Rename or move it around your audio library if needed.

Thanks to the technology that we have now, downloading songs from YouTube is easy as pie.

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How to whistle

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Whistling is quite a fun and useful skill to learn. A lot of people learn how to whistle as children but believe it or not, there are adults who still have not figured it out.

It is never too late to learn how to whistle:

1. Pucker up your lips.

Position your lips as if you are saying the word “two” or you are giving someone a kiss.

2. Push your tongue towards your lower gum.

Your tongue will have a curved shape even if it does not touch your teeth or gums.

3.  Softly blow air in and out through your lips.

4.  You will produce soft sounds.

5.  Move your tongue and lips to change shape until you find the sound that you like.

5. Experiment and practice until you make different notes.


  • Don’t blow too hard especially during practice because you might run out of breath and get tired easily.
  • Just like in learning other things, you need to rest in between practice.
  • For some, moist lips make whistling easier. Take a sip of water or lick your lips.
  • If the pucker with the “two” position does not work or is difficult for you, try “oh”.
  • Learning how to whistle could be extra challenging if you have some front teeth missing, have braces or dentures.

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