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TOP 10 | Best Foreign Language Oscar-Winning Films

TOP 10 | Best Foreign Language Oscar-Winning Films

Welcome to Smashing UK Productions’s Top 10! Season 3 Episode 1: Top 10 Best Foreign Language Oscar-Winning Films Warning: Contains Spoilers Apologies for the mistake where I mention Michael Haneke as a French auteur, he is in fact Austrian! The following films are solely the opinions of the Smashing UK production team! Have your own opinions? Post them in the comments below! Smashing UK Website – IMDb – Facebook –… Read Article →

How Similar Are French and Italian? (UPDATED)

How Similar Are French and Italian? (UPDATED)

“How similar are French and Italian?” That’s the question I attempt to answer in this video! **This is an updated version of this video which fixes a number of errors in the original video. The original is now unlisted but is still accessible here: Support Langfocus on Patreon: Special thanks to: Jamal Alhejaili, Nicholas Shelokov, Sebastian Langshaw, Brandon Gonzalez, Brian Michalowski, Adrian Zhang, Vadim Sobolev, Yixin Alfred Wong, Kaan Ergen,… Read Article →

The Spanish Language and What Makes it The Coolest

The Spanish Language and What Makes it The Coolest

This video is all about the Spanish language! Come learn about one of the world`s most important languages, spoken in Europe, Latin America, Africa, and beyond. Subscribers, thanks for waiting for this one. This week I flew back home from Canada and I`m in the middle of moving to a new apartment so I`ve had a lot of delays. But things should be back to normal soon. Support Langfocus on… Read Article →

How To Learn German FAST! My Story

How To Learn German FAST! My Story

I studied German with a book called Schritte – German TV Series that helped me improve – it’s called Turkisch fuer die Anfaenger – Most of my progress happened after I spent two weeks in Berlin learning German in this language school: 1. Learned German at school – didn’t work, couldn’t start speaking 2. Studied with a private tutor – didn’t really work, she was too kind 🙂 3. Goethe… Read Article →