Documentaries in French, Italian and German
Anyone could recomend any interesting documentaries in these languages? Anything about history, architecture, biographies would be great. I always find documentaries useful because they speak slow, while at the same time using a wide vocabulary. I also get motivated when I learn the language and the culture at the same time, for example learning about Leonardo Da Vinci in italian , watching a french revoultion documentary in french etc.
Edit: If anyone could recommend youtube channels or podcasts that would be great too.
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It's quite on the nose but there is Arte. It is a Franco-German tv station that consist of documentaries in a few different fields. Last time, most of there docs where either in french or German and there where subtitles in the other language and usually in Spanish, English and maybe another languages as well.March 2019
A few German youtube channels I useMarch 2019
Creo que un canal que quizas podrías intentar es este:
vpro world stories:
Yo escribo desde Brasil! Buerna suerte con tuyos estúdios!!!March 2019
The Loescher Editore channel on YouTube has short documentaries in French, German, and Italian. Many of the videos have subtitles, and some are graded (A2, B1, etc).March 2019
But I wonder what about Sicilian?? I know that it's distinct from Italian and I don't know where I start. I took a lot of inspiration from this walking tour: http://www.sicilyactivities.com/one-day-activities/taormina-walking-tour/, now I'm really interested!March 2019
Does anyone know of any Swedish material I can import into lingQ with audio?March 2019
1) You can find doumentaries in Swedish here:
They have very accurate subtitles, but you can't import them here automatically.
2) Some interesting documentaries in Swedish, sadly without subtitles:
youtube, search for "kalla fakta"
3) One interesting documentary about the Vasa sinking in 1628:
Again, no subtitles.March 2019