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Language Learning with Netflix

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Language Learning with Netflix

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  • Which encodes on Nyaa usually have jp subs?
    Lol np. Not sure if you have access to Netflix, but if you really hate retiming subs or whatever you don't like about it; I've heard Language Learning with Netflix is pretty good for making cards using Netflix. Even if you don't have access to a VPN, a lot of anime on non-Japanese Netflix has JP subs available. As much as I hate him, I think Matt vs Japan has a tutorial about it on his channel. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Looking to learn German.
    I agree with all of the suggestions to listen to/watch/play various forms of media in German. I always suggest watching movies or TV shows in German with German subtitles. Using this chrome extension , you can even watch in German with both German and English subtitles. Be aware that the translation is not always direct and is sometimes very different. I always encourage people to start with children's... Source: about 1 year ago
  • ChatGPT is going to change education, not destroy it
    My strategy for French is Anki flashcards, Language Transfer course, One-on-one video chats, Chrome Netflix Language Learning web extension, and of course ChatGPT. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Intermediate help
    Finally, visual media. Crucial tip, watch what you like! Watch a show that interests you in the TL, with or without subtitles. I recommend with subtitles at first so you can read and catch things you may have missed, but if you're training listening specifically, turn 'em off. These shows can be either native-made and originally in your TL, or dubbed into your TL like with another strategy I like to do, and I do... Source: about 2 years ago
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    Don't be discouraged! Speaking and listening are some of the hardest parts of language learning. I work on my listening by doing transcription exercises. I listen to some korean media and pause regularly (every sentence or two) and write it down in Korean. I then look up the transcription and then correct mistakes. I still struggle but my listening has improved a lot this way. If you have a netflix subscription... Source: about 2 years ago
  • Program (series) to watch to improve listening skills?
    I also like this extension which adds a ton of detail to the captioning and has some nifty play single line features, but I think you're looking for faster paced so you might not need it. https://languagelearningwithnetflix.com/. Source: over 2 years ago
  • learning new languages as an adult
    Language Learning with Netflix — I haven’t used it, but someone else recommended it to me. Could be useful when watching Arabic language tv and film. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Started learning on duolingo
    You can use a website called Animelon or use something like Netflix with the Language Learning with Netflix extension. Source: over 2 years ago
  • I've mined 5,000+ sentences in Swedish so far. Here's my Anki deck for anyone who wants it.
    Hey, I mostly use Netflix + LangaugeLearning Chrome add-on to get my English/Swedish sentences. Other times, I use books that have been translated to/from English/Swedish. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Netflix Helps with learning languages?
    Hi Guys! Did you know that netflix has an amazing extension to help you study your target language(s)? Take a look at the website below! Do you want more of these little resources to help you reach your language goal? Join our Discord server and there will be lots of resources and natives to help you! :D https://languagelearningwithnetflix.com/. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Animelon features for a mediaplayer?
    Also I used the LLN (Language Learning with Netflix) extension for when I was watching stuff in Netflix. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Struggling to learn a new language? Blame it on your stable brain
    That's a reason why many language learning apps or methods recommend a period of "immersion" (i.e., just watching shows or listening to music) and no speaking. Just listen and get used to the sounds before trying to produce it awkwardly yourself. This is popular in the https://refold.la language learning community and https://languagelearningwithnetflix.com can also help. I'm going to shamelessly plug my project... - Source: Hacker News / almost 3 years ago
  • How can I learn fluent German?
    Are you only using textbooks? A good skill for understanding spoken foreign languages usually comes with consuming tons of native content. If you have a Netflix account this helps a lot in the beginning: Https://languagelearningwithnetflix.com/ Create a second profile in your account and set it to German. You usually get more content then. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Watching media in tl
    The tool Language Learning with Netflix can be configured to blur NL subtitles. This way, you are prevented from seeing the translation unless you really need to. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Does anyone else watch Netflix with Chinese subtitles?
    Language Learning with Netflix is the way to go. You can have double subtitle tracks going on at the same time but to practice listening, I keep the English subs hidden unless I hover over them. Source: about 3 years ago
  • Best streaming service for Japanese TV (for learning purposes)?
    Pretty much anything that's in Japanese language will work. A lot of people recommend Terrace House. You can use theLanguage Learning with Netflix extension, to get definitions of words when watching. Source: about 3 years ago
  • Mandarin show recommendation on Netflix or Hulu?
    There is an extension for Google Chrome that lets you see both language subtitles: https://languagelearningwithnetflix.com/. Source: about 3 years ago
  • Language learning with Netflix addon/extension for FF
    Is there a Firefox alternative for the Chrome Language Learning with Netflix extension? I couldn't find any... Thankss! Source: about 3 years ago
  • How to work on my French using Netflix
    I love the google chrome extension language learning with netflix. You can have two subtitles in different languages in the same time. It is great for beginners to not get frustrated by understanding nothing. It even has some more features that are useful more or less. Source: about 3 years ago
  • Hacker News top posts: Jun 8, 2021
    Language Learning with Netflix\ (53 comments). Source: about 3 years ago
  • A Stupid Question- Trying to learn new words from Anime?
    Try installing the LLN chrome extension. You can view the subs in English, Japanese and Romaji simultaneously if available. Source: about 3 years ago

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