Improve English by Harry Potter Movies - 1a
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Make a practical quick start for understanding the street talk using a real life movie.
4.7 (82 ratings)
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4,107 students enrolled
Created by Yusuf Katı
Last updated 11/2016
English
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What Will I Learn?
Capture words from speech
Listen street talk
Get an idea of how to utilize movies for listening, and later speaking
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Requirements
  • Recommended to listen by a headset
  • No grammar or vocabulary needed
  • Only listening
Description

This course is a short practical example of how to start improving your English by utilizing movies.

What is  the case?

Up until now you have studied grammar, all right, you have studied grammar, and you also have studied vocabulary, all right, you also have studied vocabulary. For now, you can read and understand about 80% of the written English text you see. You have a problem, when you go out there into the streets and you truly begin to have a conversation with a native speaker or you are going to discuss a few problems with your foreign business partner as part of your work or you want to go abroad for an exhibition to explore new ideas around the world. When you consider all these situations, we would have conversations, right, during those conversations sometimes you feel that you are not able to get a single word from the speech of people by your side. Whatever you do, all your attempts to capture some words from the conversation by hearing were unsuccessful. Then, you say to yourself “what the hell are they talking about”? Or you see some of your friends can understand them easily and you say again “is there a way to understand this talk?” or “what should I do” or “how can I make a quick start?” Did you ask these kind of questions to yourself?

All these questions are the symptoms or indicators that you need to use or think about using this educational supplement which I introduced here in this promo video. 

You can watch the Promo Video just above on this page.

Who is the target audience?
  • Capture words from speech
  • First quick start for understanding street talk
  • If you want to improve your listening power
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Curriculum For This Course
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Baby Scene 1
3 Lectures 15:29

Professor Dumbledore noticed the cat sitting at the corner of the house.

Preview 04:39

Professor Dumbledore realized that he should have guessed that Professor McGonagall is going to be there given the importance of the event.

Preview 07:30

Professor McGonagall greets to Professor Dumbledore.

McGonagall 1
03:20
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Baby Scene 2
3 Lectures 13:44

Professor McGonagall asked if the rumors are really true.

McGonagall 2
04:32

Professor Dumbledore said that this is an unending battle between good and bad people.

Dumbledore 3
05:35

Professor Dumbledore answers that the boy is being brought by Hagrid.

McGonagall and Dumbledore 1
03:37
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Baby Scene 3
3 Lectures 16:42

Professor McGonagall asked a question about Hagrid.

McGonagall 3
04:40

Professor McGonagall questioned the trustworthiness of Hagrid.

McGonagall 4
06:50

Professor Dumbledore expresses his 99% of all time trust about Hagrid to Professor McGonagall
Dumbledore 4
05:12
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Baby Scene 4
2 Lectures 07:14

Hagrid addressed Professor Dumbledore and Professor McGonagall just after he had landed with the boy.

Hagrid 1
03:02

Professor Dumbledore wanted to know if Hagrid had faced any problem.

Dumbledore and Hagrid 1
04:12
About the Instructor
Yusuf Katı
4.5 Average rating
267 Reviews
11,451 Students
3 Courses
Students from 130+ Countries

Want to learn a language in a way that the children learn their own native language in every single corner of the planet?

One way to learn a language is to live in a place where that language is spoken as a native language. Now we have internet and we have the opportunity to listen native speakers in our computers. How? Those native speakers are speaking in hundreds of movies, aren’t they like that? 

Movies are not made to teach language, so what could be the advantage here, that means if we can understand the movie speech we can understand the spoken language.

Is it easy, it is not, obviously it is hard. You know every success is in the hard way, there is no easy way to succeed.