On Tue, Oct 10, 2017 at 9:19 PM, Offray Vladimir Luna Cárdenas <[hidden email]> wrote:
Probably is a English native speaker.
Next they'll be asking to covert the example from kilometres to miles ;)
It really amuse me the
amount of complain about this. Is something like, please don't
show me anything other cultures, even if I just need to turn on
captions and read(!), like most of us did to learn English by
Its the downside of being a native english speaker. There is less need to learn a second language. Thus we go crazy earlier while all you non-native english speakers continue to take over the world...
Whenever I have the opportunity, I see movies in their
native language and just add subtitles, to lost less in
translation. Yes, English is the third most spread language and is
good for intercultural communication, because is the most spread
*second* language, but sadly, most English native speaker don't
even bother about experience the minimum of other language and
cultures, beyond the "tourist package" and even hear another
language seems too much effort. Fortunately there is a minority of
native English speakers that thinks different.
Thanks for the voice translation. It improves a course that was
already good and totally doable with subtitles.
Keep the good work. Cheers,
On 10/10/17 08:05, Serge Stinckwich
The MOOC is completely
dubbed in English this year, so you don't need subtitles.