BezierCurve wrote:Unfortunatelly, where I live it is not easy to get those movies - or books. I tried already 5 or 6 Internet shops - always got disappointed to learn that they didn't ship to Ireland (even after giving them my credit card numbers ) Finally I found very few books on amazon_com, bought one and the rest that looked interesting was already unavailable That really let me down.
BezierCurve wrote:As for the movies - I haven't ordered one yet, since I want to be sure that I'll be able to understand most of it. I usually watch movies with English soundtrack and switch to Hebrew subtitles - where available. That works the other way round, but in that way I learn how to say usual things, like, say, "turn off the light!" - which I wouldn't find in any dictionary. The only problem is the pronunciation - subtitles have no nikkud.
BezierCurve wrote:Sometimes I watch short fragments of some Israeli soap operas or other movies on YouTube. There are many such clips posted there by HOT - many of them even have the Hebrew subtitles.
BezierCurve wrote:You can find many of those clips searching by keywords like סרט,
or directly the titles of the movie (here's for example הכל דבש):
Once you've found one of them, you just keep looking for related videos, it will never end
The ones ending in '... related' give the error message
Babelfish wrote:It surely ain't "normal", you might have stumbled upon a satiric scene, or one describing a beaten wife
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