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Newsletter May 25 - 2002FREE email English course
Dear Friend,

When was the last time you read a good book? Or not even a good one - just a book? Do you think people read more or less than 15 - 20 years ago?

How much time do you spend watching TV and what are your favourite programmes? Your favourite TV channel should be CNN or SKyNews as you want to improve your English;-)

What do you think is the difference between reading a book and watching a film on television or at the cinema? As you know the vast majority of movies shown at German cinemas are of US-American production. (even most of the cinemas themselves are American!)

We just don't recognize that we are watching an American film as it dubbed.

Germany is the number 1 country when it comes to dubbing films. Why don't we have our own German films? And if we watch American films - why can't we watch them in the original version (maybe with German subtitles).

With new technologies such as DVD (Digital Versatile Disc) you don't have to watch a "Germanized" American film. Watch it in it's original version and you will see what difference it makes.

Yes, I know what you are saying now: "I don't understand anything - they speak too fast, they speak with an American accent (the Americans do, of course), they speak slang..." and so on and so forth.

So, how often have you tried? You can watch the film first in German and then in English or the other way round. Start with a film for kids and you will see how fast you pick up the language. And you children will like it too!

Friend,
Do you have any ideas on that subject? Let's exchange them next Wednesday!

Have a great weekend!
Regards
Torsten Daerr


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Why learn English?English words in the German language
Are you an online person?Your personal website?
Language certificatesHoliday special
The key to successCan you set targets?
Can you be specific?Kids are the key!
New school yearStanding together
Making more timeWhat is intelligence?
Do you have stickability?Attitude over intelligence
New air link London-LeipzigHave you voted?
Are you making progess?What is a hierarchy?
The YAHOO! story (1)Effective learning (1)
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