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Good Use for: Super Low Budget Movie Films or Computer TV Sitcoms: Good for Learning a New Language

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Last Edited: August 8, 2010, 5:49 am

                                                     I noticed that there is a lot of english words, i learned from watching movies (you learn faster that way, faster than hearing them repeated on ipods)...If TV´s had their, captions or computers had their captions and you could watch many super low budget TV sitcoms on computer you could learn a new language: FASTER....Like if there was a Computer/Desktop TV Channel where people made their, films like hollywood films but for the computer at cheaper low price, plus is entertainment, plus you can have a head set plugged in to your computer and see the, caption bigger than the TV because you can adjust it yourself and you are closer to the computer screen while, TV you are at a distance....

I always felt they should make the computer another TV, a super cheaper TV Industry....

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Comment by pumpi76 - August 8, 2010, 7:06 am
want to know something, i thought about this going on, 4 years now...i thought what if everytime on hollywood movies they are talking about, guys who know korate, or kun-fu or martial arts, that they are talking about vocabulary words and idioms or how much you know the english language...Like everyone´s: SAT´s scores like between schools and different states competitions...And they make a movie about it to honor that person...And it makes sense because, like for example and this is a joke but sorry if it falls too hard on someone...If there is a beef between 2 black guys who are street guys or between black counties then, then they will take it to the ring and it will be decide on who knows more slangs than who...lol...
you see this in malls all the time the difference is that in malls is fashion/trends/clothes....
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Comment by pumpi76 - August 8, 2010, 7:09 am
i meant to say:
want to know something, i thought about this going on, 4 years now...i thought what if everytime on hollywood movies they are talking about, you know, everytime they are talking about korate, or kun-fu or martial arts, that they are talking about vocabulary words and idioms or how much you know the english language...Like everyone´s: SAT scores like between schools and different states competiting, it could be: I.Q scores...And they make a movie about it to honor that person...And it makes sense because, like for example and this is a joke but sorry if it falls too hard on someone...If there is a beef between 2 black guys who are street guys or between black counties then, then they will take it to the ring and it will be decide on who knows more slangs than who...lol...
you see this in malls all the time the difference is that in malls is fashion/trends/clothes....
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Comment by pumpi76 - August 8, 2010, 7:17 am
it could be, MATH COMPETITIONS, PHYSICS COMPETITIONS, trigonemetry competitions, chemistry competitions...again it makes perfect sense...Why not honor the student who brought the highest score in Chemistry in the ENTIRE USA...that student who got the highest score should be a mini-celebrity....And is funny because there is no, lotto or competition paying and rewarding such a student...it could be millionaires competition who earned the most money, or it could be bussinessess competition which bussinessess fared best in the entire, USA it could be so many types of competitions, which student displayed the best, discipline in the entire country, dude the USA HAS: 300 MILLION PEOPLE, not 5 million....
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Comment by pumpi76 - August 8, 2010, 7:28 am
it could be a: all of the provinces or counties, boroughs, or cities or regions of the world competing agaisnt each other, there is thousands of provinces in the, WORLD, soccer teams competitons, fitness competitions, ect, there should create a stock market for it where people see it all....

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