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    Re: Native English or American cinephile

    I decided to leave this trailer behind for a while. I don't want to translate it if I'm not sure of what they say. But thank you for answering! So I can post such topics in this section?

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    #12

    Re: Native English or American cinephile

    Quote Originally Posted by Kinomaks View Post
    I decided to leave this trailer behind for a while. I don't want to translate it if I'm not sure of what they say. But thank you for answering! So I can post such topics in this section?
    Yes. It's fine to ask questions in this forum about what can be heard, or about the meaning of what you hear. If you want to talk about films, this is the place: General Members Discussions

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    #13

    Re: Native English or American cinephile

    It will be much easier once you have made the requisite number of posts (10, I think) and then you can post links. It might be easier if you don't ask for quite so many lines in one post. A maximum of perhaps two or three which can be heard within one or two minutes' of the clip is probably sufficient.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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