I suggest watching the Simpsons it hadhas been translated into so many languages wrwewrwe have also been watching game of thrones in Spanish !!
I would recommend peppa pig, as it's much closer to my level of understanding
Game of Thrones in Spanish is probably funny :D
Aaron it is hysterical, such dramatic voices in the dubbing tracks almost a comedy except for all the dying!
i totally can imagine that :D
Greg.Jones wrote:I would recommend peppa pig, as it's much closer to my level of understanding
I've heard it suggested that it's also a good idea to read books aimed at young people, like Harry Potter, when learning a new language. I think this is because they use simple language, etc. Plus it's more fun than studying! :)
Also you could watch movies with foreign subtitles, or watch movies in different language and has subs in english or with your local language.
James.Pilac wrote:Also you could watch movies with foreign subtitles, or watch movies in different language and has subs in english or with your local language.
for me its better to just watch something without any subtitles. I feel like i learn the language better without reading subs. Maybe just the subs for the language you want to learn. But not my local language.
I agree, Peppa pig is one of the most advanced cartoons to learn the language. When I became interested in language learning content for my son it was Peppa who was at the top of the rankings. In the cartoon very often repeated words, sentences are simple and clear, visually pleasing picture, fascinating and colorful story. The son was very carried away and after a month began to repeat the words)