In the 21st century, technology-assisted learning is the trend of learning especially for English as Foreign Language (EFL) learners. This article is to explore the relationships between the EFL learners’ choices of suitable multimedia for themselves and their approaches to learning English. In this case, involved totally 244 (44 males and 200 females) English department undergraduates in northern Taiwan, their ages ranged from 19 to 26 years old. With utilized one questionnaires to respectively survey EFL learners’ approaches to learning English and one multimedia form to survey EFL learners’ choosing technology. In particular, the survey of approaches to learning English used in this study is a newly designed questionnaire which includes two parts, one is internal interest and strategies, the other is external interest and strategies. Besides, in multimedia form, realized what kind of media suit for their approaches to learning English. This paper presents the findings of exploratory factor analysis revealed the adequate validity of approaches to learning English questionnaire (ALEQ). The logistic regression analyses revealed that EFL learners’ approaches to learning English were predicted with their multimedia for learning English, such as Skype, Facebook, YouTube and so on. This study contributes two things, one is to find out what kind of multimedia EFL learners will choose for English learning in the future; the other is to realized what kind of User Interface (UI) is appropriate to English learning for media designer.