Studying with Netflix.

So, I have been reading blogs from polyglots and one post really stood out to me. It was about studying with Netflix.

I have already been using Netflix as a good resource for passive language learning. I changed the language to Italian, and watch all my TV shows in Italian with English subtitles.

However, I discovered through this blog article that you can get a chrome extension called Language Learning with Netflix.

The blog post above explains all so check it out. I don’t want to explain it in details here.

However, it basically works by providing you the option to watch shows in Netflix with subtitles in both your native and target language.

The way that The Malaysian Polyglot used it was by first watching an episode or film etc. with both subtitles. Then she studied the vocabulary she didn’t know before watching it again with just subtitles in her target language. Finally she watches it without any subtitles.

There is also ways to download the transcripts I believe, and then print them off.

This is something that I am going to definitely try so thank you so much for the blog.

3 thoughts on “Studying with Netflix.”

    1. Thank you so much! Your blog is definitely inspiring. And although I don’t aim (yet!) to become a polyglot. I find that polyglots such as yourself always have the best tips for learning languages. So thank you so much for the tips, and the inspiration 😀

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      1. I’m glad to be of help. I can’t wait to read about your adventures in Italy! For me, language learning is enriching in many ways, but what I love the most about it is that it opens doors to a whole new world of experiences, perspectives, and sometimes even emotions. In a sense, I feel like every language I’ve delved into brought me a new life, and with each new life I’ve become fuller, almost, and more whole. If you let it – if you dig deep enough into the language – it will change your life in unimaginable ways. Keep going, and all the best! ❤

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