Foreign Films Can Help You Learn Foreign Languages:
WATCHING FOREIGN FILMS
When you watch foreign movies as an adult, you will be able to enjoy them more with the help of Easiest Languages as follows:
First: SELECT A MOVIE
Select a film in one of the 10 Easiest Foreign Languages that are easiest because each one has thousands of words similar to English.
Some of the easiest languages for English-speakers are the Romance languages of French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese. So select foreign movies in those languages. There are especially many French films and many Italian films to choose from, and also quite a few Spanish films.
Also easiest for English-speakers are foreign movies in German, Dutch, Norwegian, Swedish, and Danish.
Second: READ THE SUBTITLES
Because English and Easiest Foreign Languages share many words that look alike in print, reading the subtitles will be easiest.
So turn on the subtitles. Some foreign movies offer subtitles in several different languages, so pick whichever you want. If the dialog is in a different language, just turn off the sound.
Reading the subtitles will be easiest if you simply look for all the words similar to English -- and totally skip all the foreign words that do not look similar to English. You will be surprised at how many words similar to English that will be in the subtitles.
Short subtitles are easier and less distracting than trying to wade through long subtitles looking for words like English.
Or you can even turn down the sound to better concentrate on the subtitles -- and not be distracted by the sounds of the foreign words, which are more difficult to understand and recognize as related to English.
If you keep reading the many words similar to English in the subtitles of movie after movie, eventually you will begin to
understand some of the foreign words that do not look similar to English.
Third: LISTEN TO THE FOREIGN WORDS
Listening to understand spoken foreign languages is more difficult than reading and will develop much more slowly. The sounds of foreign languages differ greatly from English. And foreigners seem to speak so fast.
However, listening to the words of a foreign film is a good way to begin learning to understand what all those foreign sounds mean.
So you will be able to enjoy foreign movies more with the help of Easiest Languages -- and you will begin to learn a foreign language at the same time.
The best films to learn languages are also:
Must-See Movies contain important information you need to know that affects life.
The Must-See Movies are mostly Docudramas and Documentaries, along with some Dramas and a few Comedies.
These films educate and amuse - educational entertainment:
1. Films with a high degree of both educational and entertainment value are sometimes called edutainment.
2. Then there are films that are primarily educational but have incidental entertainment value.
3. There are also films that are mostly entertaining but have some educational value.
Motion pictures with educational content appeared as early as 1943, and can still be seen in modern films such as An Inconvenient Truth.
After World War 2, educational entertainment shifted onto television programs.
These can be divided into three main categories:
Shows that are primarily educational,
Shows with a high degree of both education and entertainment.
Entertaining shows with incidental or occasional educational value.
People are used to flashy, polished entertainment venues like movie theaters and theme parks, so they also prefer similar experiences at science centers and museums. This approach emphasizes fun and enjoyment, perhaps at the expense of educational content.
So check out movies for the best way to learn English and several other foreign languages.
Easiest Languages have thousands of words similar to English, so:
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