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    Question Learning English via movie

    Dear all.
    I'm watching Titanic(Ship of dream) film.
    I havn't understanded conversations of actor, actress as well.
    I have to turn on subtitle while I watching, then stop to check the words in dictionary. It's extremly time-consuming and boring.
    If someone have the subtitle of this film, please help and share to me.
    I'm expecting for your reply.
    Your sinserely

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    Re: Learning English via movie

    Even better, how about the script?

    Titanic Script at IMSDb.

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    Re: Learning English via movie

    Dear nhatruc,
    based on your writing, I am assuming that you are a beginner. My advice: try to concentrate on the main idea of the conversations of the actors and check in your dictionary only the words that unable you doing that. In this way you won't get frustrated or overwhelmed, but your vocabulary will definitely increase. Each time you will probably be able to understand more and more.....Like in a song: "one step at a time, there's no need to rush..."
    Good luck.

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    Re: Learning English via movie

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    Even better, how about the script?

    Titanic Script at IMSDb.
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    Dear Anglika

    Thank your link to Titanic Script. I don't understand your question?
    could you explain your question?
    My script is English words appear at the bottom of screen movie.

    By the way, thank Coli's advice. I try to followng your instruction,
    although I want to put English knowledge into my brain as fast as possible
    Best regard

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    Re: Learning English via movie

    Quote Originally Posted by nhatruc View Post
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    Dear Anglika

    Thank your link to Titanic Script. I don't understand your question?
    could you explain your question?
    My script is English words appear at the bottom of screen movie.

    By the way, thank Coli's advice. I try to followng your instruction,
    although I want to put English knowledge into my brain as fast as possible
    Best regard

    Yes, I understood that, but subtitles do not give the full dialogue. The script link contains the full dialogue of the film. If you want to understand what is said on the screen, then that is where you will find it.

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    Re: Learning English via movie

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    Yes, I understood that, but subtitles do not give the full dialogue. The script link contains the full dialogue of the film. If you want to understand what is said on the screen, then that is where you will find it.
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    Thank your explaining, Anglika .
    Best regard

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    Re: Learning English via movie

    more exposure to movies would be of help,like for the first few times,you'd find it difficult,until you get used to it. Familiarization of how natives speak is an advisable practice for you.

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