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Learnchinesefrommovies Chinese Language Learning Program. DownloadDownload Learnchinesefrommovies Chinese Language LearningProgram. DownloadNo Full, cracked, free download, full download, email validation, nulled, review,key, keygen, serial no, serial number, serial code, patched, seo download,plugin, plug in, wordpress, blogspot.com, wordpress.com, socialbookmarking, web 2.0What is LCFM? How does it Work?(This program is also used by Dr.?Schmidt, Ph.D?to teach Chinese to his students in Africa.?Dr. Schmidt has authored over 20 books andtextbooks in the fields of Chinese Studies, Linguistics, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chinese and African Studies and Cultures, and ReligiousStudies and Theology. More on him here.)What do you get after you purchase LCFM? (try out a mini-version in the free trial)* Download links for all movies for all ten (10) movies listed below (the files are neither hosted on this site nor uploaded by me. If some do notwork, we can find them ¨C you just need to be patient).* You are paying for subtitles (and some other supplementary materials) ¨C NOT movie links. If the links dont work and you dont email me tohelp you find a new one, you will not get a refund. Im not selling movie links!* Download links for all bonus movies (English) listed below (if you buy before June 30th, 2012 ). Its difficult to find foreign movies in Chinese. Itsbest to buy the Chinese-dubbed DVD. In total, 21 movies! (10 Chinese, 11 Non-Chinese/Bonus Movies).(Note: I do not endorse free downloading of movies. However, many of these movies are difficult to find in many countries, so I would like to "pointyou in the right direction" and help you find the movie links ¨C which are not hosted on this site nor uploaded by me. They are simply readily availableon the internet. ?Please note that location of movie files on the internet is not static. Some files get taken down after a while and links need to beupdated. Also, Im not selling movie files ¨C so, in the event of a link not working immediately, please be patient when I try to help you attain them (youneed to email me). If, for some reason, a movie link becomes unfindable, I am not responsible for this. But 99% of the time, we can find them and Iwill do my best to help you).For each movie (including all the bonus movies), you get:* LCFM subtitles, which include: Chinese (ch), Pinyin (p), Direct Word-for-Word Translation (wfw), Fluent English (en) translations and combinationsthereof. So, for example those files would look like this:rango-pinyin-only.srtrango-ch-p-en.srtrango-ch-p-wfw-en.srtrango-ch-p.srtrango-chinese-only.srtrango-english.srt* The special media player that enables you to simply "stick" on the above subtitles onto your downloaded movie file (or any movie you alreadyhave in your house or on your computer.)* LCFM?Glossary: A list of every Chinese word mentioned in the movie in chronological order, includes Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese,Pinyin, and English definition. (Currently not available for Hero, House of Flying Daggers, Lost in Beijing, King of Masks).* LCFM?Flashcards: In jpg format . Flashcards are useful in testing yourself at remember the Chinese characters. These flashcards will play onyour iPhone, iPod, iPad or any device that supports jpg files (which is pretty much every device these days). Currently?not available for Hero, Houseof Flying Daggers, Lost in Beijing, King of Masks.Test it all out in the Free Trial(includes a sample movie, sample subtitle files, media player, and more).So, how does it work??Simple:1. Download your movie
2. Download and install the media player3. Open your movie with the media player.4. Drag and drop your desired subtitle file onto the media player.5. Done (subtitles will start playing automatically).Order before June 30th, 2012?and you will also receive my unique subtitles (and flashcards, glossary, etc) for these movies for free:* Rango (Nickelodeon, 2011)* Mulan (Disneys)* Lord of the Rings I, II, and III (complete set)* Harry Potter 1-5 (complete set)* Finding Nemo(11 extra movies)==========================================Try it all out in the free trial!?==========================================THE INFO ABOVE APPLIES TO ALL 10 (TEN) MOVIES LISTED BELOW (and Bonus Movies):===More info on LCFM¡?(Basically a big long sales pitch that you dont really have to read because Ive covered all of the program features above)LCFM: LEARN CHINESE FROM 10 AWESOME MOVIESLEARN TO READ AND USE OVER 3000 OF THE MOST COMMONLY USED CHINESE CHARACTERS ¡°PASSIVELY¡± BY WATCHING TEN(10) OF THE GREATEST CHINESE MOVIES EVER MADE WITH UNIQUE SELF-TEACHING SUBTITLES.This powerful learning program is simply not taught in any Chinese language learning product, it¡¯s not taught in any Chinese language learningbook/CD/DVD, and it¡¯s not taught in any university by any Chinese professor, teacher, or tutor.?This new Chinese-learning program coupled withnew learning methods using the latest technology is designed to jump-start your Chinese level. It is perfect those who are currently living in China,have already studied some Chinese, or for those who think that learning a language from movies is an effective way to learn a language. Thisprogram is not boring and does not focus on ¡°grammar rules¡±. This is a program that helps you learn Chinese in an enjoyable way.?The result: Yourability to read and use over 3000 of the most commonly used Chinese characters.*NOTE: Spring in a Small Town (the original movie in this program) is available for download (with my embedded patent-pending subtitles) in thedownload section, and available with different subtitles combinations. For the 9 other movies (and bonus movies), you must buy them (or use theprovided download links) and then use the unique player that will easily ¡°stick on¡± my subtitles.For the 9 other movies ¨C (1) A World WithoutThieves; (2) Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon; (3) Empire of Silver; (4) Curse of the Golden Flower; (5) Hero; (6) House of FlyingDaggers; (7) Lost in Beijing; (8) King of Masks; (9) Shower; Bonus Movies ¨C I will provide:* Movie download links. However, I highly encourage you to buy the movie, either from iTunes or the DVD. The download links are a last resort andthe movie files are not hosted on this site nor have been uploaded by me. But they are good quality.Order before June 30th, 2012, and receive 10 extra movie programs for FREE.WHY DID I MAKE LCFM? WHAT¡¯S SO SPECIAL ABOUT LCFM?6 years ago I came to Shanghai on a teaching assignment, planned to go straight back to Canada after I finished, but got sucked into the wholeChinese culture, decided to stay and learn Chinese. I tried to learn Chinese at reputable universities here in Shanghai (Donghua Da Xue, Hua DongShi Fan Da Xue), I tried tutors, and I bought a few online/DVD Chinese Learning programs. None of these methods worked for me. Studyingseemed more like a chore ¨C writing characters over and over again, memorizing vocabulary lists. Nothing was sticking ¨C there had to be a betterway. My university classmates, even after studying Chinese for 2 years could not even hold a conversation with a native Chinese speaker. Thecourses are so drawn out. I mean, really, 2,3,4 or more years to learn a language? I don¡¯t think so. They never mention that:LEARNING LANGUAGES FROM MOVIES IS THE MOST POWERFUL AND FASTEST WAY TO LEARN A LANGUAGE.
Chinese language classes are just textbooks and teachers. What a great way to turn you OFF a language. Instead of getting bored in a classroom,why not get excited and watch a movie with¡UNIQUE, INTUITIVE SUBTITLES THAT WILL HELP YOU LEARN CHINESE RAPIDLY.How do other parts of the world learn English? That¡¯s right, through Hollywood/American movies. I remember meeting this one Chinese guy namedRocky who had the best English I¡¯ve ever heard. How did he learn his English? From Al Pacino movies! The guy swore a bit too much, but otherthan that it was flawless! So, doesn¡¯t it make sense that we can learn Chinese through Chinese movies? You bet it does! WOULDN¡¯T THOSE EXPENSIVE INTERACTIVECHINESE LEARNING DVD PROGRAMS BE BETTER THAN MINE?Short answer ¨C NO! Most online/DVD/CD programs I bought were wayoverpriced and were lacking in so many ways, it was unbearable and utterly unbelievable. Knowing what I know now¡I WOULDN¡¯T USE THESE¡°REPUTABLE¡± PROGRAMS EVEN IF THEY WERE FREE. WHY?All these ¡°reputable¡± online/DVD/CD programs have one or all of thesepitfalls: Foreigners (ie non-native Chinese speakers) speaking a Chinese dialogue with terrible tones (Learn Chinese from Movies ¨C LCFM ¨Chas Chinese people with perfect tones!) Did not teach a single Chinese character, only Pinyin. (You actually learn Chinese faster if you learnChinese characters ¨C SEE BELOW) Didn¡¯t have a transcript of the dialogue. (LCFM has badass transcripts! see below) Only taught a fewhundred words or characters (LCFM has over 1700 Chinese characters per movie, see below!) Terrible animated dialogues, usually with 3$computer microphone audio. (LCFM uses a badass movie instead! see below) ¡°Interactive¡± programs have this so-called ¡°Voice RecognitionSoftware¡± that says if your pronunciation is ¡°right¡± or ¡°wrong¡±. This software, however, can not distinguish between similar pinyin sounds like z-,zh-, j. So, basically, it¡¯s useless¡unless terrible pronunciation is your goal. (LCFM shows you how to pronounce everything perfectly!) Did nothave anything for learning ¡°on-the-go¡± ¨C ie, videos, flashcards for iPod/iPhone, PSP, etc. (LCFM does! See below!) Did not teach Chinesefrom a Chinese movie (LCFM uses 10 badass movies!)LCFM teaches Chinese Characters because learning only Pinyin will slow you down. So many ¡°pinyin-only-learners¡± look back in regret,knowing they should have started with Characters from the get-go. Chinese characters look intimidating, but they¡¯re not all all, as I will show you inthis programLCFM has badass movie transcripts. To learn any language a transcript is a must, it jump starts your learning by pairing up visuals with audio ¨Cespecially Chinese because of their very visual/pictographical writing systemLCFM teaches you enough characters to read most of a Chinese newpaper ¨C over 3000 characters ?(10 movies total)! ? This is more thanRosetta Stone, Fluenz, and Pimsleur combined! This program will teach you the 3,000 most commonly used Chinese characters and more.LCFM will show you how to speak each word perfectly.LCFM program is the only one on the market that uses a full-length Chinese movie (now 10 movies!), with ¡°magical¡± subtitles that willlearn Chinese FOR you.I don¡¯t mean to come across as this big ¡°hater¡± ¨C go ahead and try all these other ¡°reputable¡± online/DVD/CD programs and see what youthink. If you like them, that¡¯s great. But if you don¡¯t, maybe it¡¯s time to try something new.Anyways, my point is that during my Chinese learning road to ¡°fluency¡± I realized that there were many downfalls in every method for teachingChinese.I really like movies, and I really like learning Chinese. Why don¡¯t I just learn Chinese from movies? But, there¡¯s only one problem ¨C I only knew afew Chinese characters (at that time) ¨C the rest of the characters I simply couldn¡¯t read or pronounce. It¡¯d be really cool if the movie had pinyin
too. So I thought why don¡¯t I take a cool Chinese movie and add my own Chinese, Pinyin, and English subtitles. And that¡¯s what I did and it workedpretty well for me. But sometimes I forgot which Chinese character had which meaning and I didn¡¯t want to search in a dictionary every time Iforgot a Chinese character. So I thought I¡¯d go ahead and add a word-for-word (WFW) direct translation line.(April 2nd, 2011 Update: the WFW Translation line is now available for all 10 movies.)?Anyways, after I added these ¡°magical¡± subtitles it looked like this:I did this for a few movies and then just watched the movies over and over again until I knew almost every word and every line of the movie.I could pick up those super-hot Chinese girls with non-existent-English with my new silky-smooth Chinese. I got job offers through my new Chinesefriends at companies in Shanghai. Travelling through China was now a breeze and so much more enjoyable. Getting Chinese prices ¨C for food,housing (buying and renting), maids, clothes ¨C comes with good Chinese skills. You can basically live like a Chinese person- ie, super cheaply! Youcan save money and be efficient at the same. In general, my quality of life improved and I became much happier. Even if you just go to Chinaoften for business, your Chinese skills makes everything more enjoyable.So back to my story ¨C my friend saw these videos I made on my computer with these "intuitive" subtitles one day and later convinces me to sharethese with some more people.I put a few videos on youtube. Before I knew it, some videos had received:I was blown away.During the first year, a got a few hundred emails and lots of youtube comments as well as close to 200 Youtube users subscribed to my ¡°channel¡±(If you¡¯re a youtube user, you¡¯ll know that this is quite a high number for a niche like this). People were leaving unbelievably nice comments andloved the whole ¡°magic subtitles¡± concept (Chinese, Pinyin, WFW, English subtitles) and wanted more.Here¡¯s an email from Dave who just got to Shanghai:Hi there, just wanted to say thanks so much for putting together the subs for these movies. I¡¯ve just moved to Shanghai and doing a lot of self-study,and I¡¯ve found them incredibly helpful. They¡¯ve really helped me a lot with my speaking and listening skills. I feel like I¡¯m picking up the language alot more because of what you¡¯ve done. It¡¯s really empowering and really expands my world since English is very sparse here, and in many cases,nonexistent.Much, much appreciated.CheersDaveHere¡¯s another from Youtube user crock703:This is a great way to passively studying language.. the educational videos get so boring.Here¡¯s another email I got from David (a different Dave!) who even wanted to help me make the product for free:Learning Chinese through watching movies is a great idea, and I have tried doing it myself. But without pinyin subtitles (I don¡¯t have time for hanzi) Idon¡¯t learn much from the movies. I got an English transcript of a few Chinese movies (original version) and translated it into Chinese (with mytutor). I then tried to watch the movie but even though my translation was good it was not very close to the actual dialogue in Chinese.I am glad someone else has taken up the challenge, and am happy to support your efforts at least through purchasing the product. Tell me if there isany other way I can help out.DaveHere¡¯s an email from Kevin (who also bought the DVD) who also wanted a DVD to watch while on the couch with Pinyin subtitles. Healso brings up a good point about watching Chinese movies in the theatre:For myself, the product I would really like is DVDs with pinyin subtitles, like what you have on your site already, but a full DVD so I can sit on the couchget comfortable on watch the whole thing. Also pinyin transcripts of the movies would even be great with the characters and english would be greattoo. so you can read the transcipts before you watch the movies, then when we watch the movie you dont even need the pinyin subtitles on the screen
and just focus on building up your skill to watch the movies like you would have, say in a theater.Best,Kevin McKenzieHere is a screen shot of the Youtube Channel comments from some of my loyal subscribers:I didn¡¯t really want to go through the trouble of creating this program, I wanted just continue teaching high school math and travelling in Asia on myholidays. But the emails just kept coming. So I had a choice to make ¨C either change email addresses (which I really hate doing) or create thisprogram (and make some money, ha). So I chose to create the program. I had never created this kind of program before. It was quite a challengeand took me about half a year to complete. All the while¡I kept getting emails from people asking me when the program will be completed, such as this one from a guy named Mark:How¡¯s the program coming. I¡¯m ready to be your first customer. No rush. i just wanted to make sure you didn¡¯t forget.With such positive feedback, I believe this program was decent and believe it can really help all you Mandarin Chinese learners out there. Keep inmind, I¡¯m not some sort of professional Chinese teacher. This program, however, is used by Dr.?Schmidt, Ph.D?to teach Chinese to his studentsin Africa.?Dr. Schmidt has authored over 20 books and textbooks in the fields of Chinese Studies, Linguistics, Traditional Chinese Medicine,Chinese and African Studies and Cultures, and Religious Studies and Theology.What do you get when you buy this program?* For 10 AWESOME movies (and bonus movies), you get their download links, unique subtitles, Chinese character writing worksheets,flashcards, transcript, and glossary of words.* Watch it from your couch and absorb the language passively* One of the FEW programs made by a Chinese learner FOR Chinese learners!* You will learn over 1700 Chinese characters (enough to read most of a Chinese newspaper) in 4 months or less just from Spring in aSmall Town alone! And over 3,000 Characters total after watching all the movies.* Traditional (Taiwan, Hong Kong) and Simplified (Mainland China) subtitle options also available (Spring in a Small Town only)* BONUS: ?I will show you how to write (with proper stroke order) and pronounce every Chinese character used in the movie.* A transcript that includes the entire dialog of the movie (in the ¡°Unique¡± subtitles format ¨C Chinese, Pinyin, WFW, English), brokendown by scene (25 scenes, 83 minutes total). ?For the 9 NEW movies, you get the same transcript format.* Vocabulary list for all 10 movies (if you¡¯re one of those people who like vocab lists) of every word used in the movie. So, when youfinish a movie?you can see in an instant all the words you need to know.* Flashcard Package for all 10 movies: Flashcards for every Chinese character used in the movie.
* Bonus LearnChineseFromMovies (LCFM) ¡°On-the-Go VideoPackage¡± ¨C which is basically the whole DVD movie with Magic subtitles in video formats that can be played in any portable device (cell phone,iPhone/iPod, etc, etc). This is only available for Spring in a Small Town.* Bonus 3-month study guide program that will get you reading most of a Chinese newspaper in no time.* Bonus?secret Chinese character remembering method that instantly reveals the mystery of why each Chinese character is written the way it is.This method alone will skyrocket your Chinese, transforming these ¡°lines and squiggles¡± into meaningful, easy-to-remember pictures and ideas.* Bonus dictionary that can be installed on any cell phone ¨C no matter how old or crappy your phone is. The dictionary contains over 80,000Chinese words and phrases***Works on BOTH PC and MAC computers*** 60-Day Guarantee!If you¡¯re not happy with this program for whatever reason, just ask for a refund within 60 days and get 100% of your money back.This offer ends on May 31st, 2012!Get LCFM 2.0 now.Sign Up and See Exactly How LCFM Works.This free trial is a miniaturized version of the full package.You will be able to download a short video clip and stick on the subtitle that suitsyour Chinese level. Accompanying Flashcards and Character WritingWorksheets will also be available.Check it out!Comments, questions, testimonials? Please feel free to contact me and I will reply shortly.About : Learnchinesefrommovies Chinese Language Learning Program. DownloadLearnchinesefrommovies Chinese Language Learning Program. Download Download
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