Where can you obtain French language films with French subtitles?
Right here: http://www.lookiz.com/
You can buy them in Quebec province.
You can also find some french subtitles here, in srt format : http://www.opensubtitles.org/fr
You could try doing a search on YouTube for the name of a specific film.
If you are looking for spoken Finnish, rather than subtitles, your best bets are either the films by the Kaurismäki brothers (Mika and Aki both direct separately), or ordering a specifically Finnish film with English subtitles from Amazon etc. (currently 196 titles on amazon.co.uk with Finnish audio)
1. Compete in 'Tour de France'. 2. Get a job at the United Nations. 3. Have a vacation home in a French speaking country. 4. Live and work in a French speaking country. 5. Read the classics of French literature in the original language. 6. Study and get degrees from schools in French language speaking countries. 7. Travel to French speaking countries. 8. Understand French language films, radio stations, and soundtracks. 9. Understand what people…
I want to know your Chinese level and then I can make decisions. You also can watch the CCTV channel 9 to find some useful films to learn Chinese. There are also some HongKong films, and most of them have foreign subtitles. I believe you may be interested in these films and make great progress in it! if it is convenient for you to surf the internet,
There are many paid and free sites where one can download French films. Some of these are FMS, 1Channel, KickassTorrents and eztakes. What site one chooses will depend on many factors such as what type of French Films one wishes to download, whether or not the films are subtitled and whether or not you want to pay for the download.
A culture which uses English as a recognised natural language will be able to watch American films and British TV without subtitles. It will thus be exposed to the two most powerful internationalising forces in the modern world. Languages which share a country with natural English speakers will be under pressure from the inexorable rise of English as a world language, but at the same time the native population will be in touch with world…
No, it does not. It shows main-stream Hollywood films on all flights and sometimes local films as well on longer flights (for example to India or South-East Asia). I was just now on a lufthansa flight and saw "new in town". They also have the widest range of subtitles and dubbing that i have seen so far. All-in-all, a really great airline.
It depends upon the situation. For example, those who are interested in the dance discipline of ballet may prefer French, as the originator of the movements and the terms. Likewise, those who are interested in fine dining also may prefer French, as the recipient of the world's respect for drinks and foods. Otherwise, those who are interested in computers may prefer English, as the language in which much of the technology is being communicated. Similarly…