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slash ProDanceCulture on June 30th, 2022 / post 76090
Hi! My name is Joanne. I am a teacher of English in Lisette the smallest French town in France. It's located in South America, and we have only one class each school year. Sometimes, we have classes that are divided into different classes. It's not about the hardships. Our school is one of the most under-resourced within our school district. So they are hoping to make it significantly more popular and for all kids to take buses to the central school district. They will guarantee me continued employment with a better salary if school closes. I'm okay with this.

We will continue to learn while we study. Our favorite thing to do: Pick some of the most well-known videos from Youtube and attempt to translate these into our native language. It's not easy because sometimes we encounter inappropriate language, slang or slur. We then move onto other topics. There are times when it's reports from celebrities, sometimes TV shows and actors, celebrities. There are times when it's country music, rap start or rap, or even country music. The celebrities are always open to the public. I discovered that we were being a part of the trash conversation and decided to make videos at home. I filter them out, but also pick videos with interesting talk and more details. There is no internet access at school because we live far away from the towers. Sometimes plans to stream Youtube videos are cancelled due to this reason.

I began downloading videos from Youtube before the lesson. This enabled me to prescreen the language and enhance the overall value of the lesson. If it isn't the case, I simply keep it. If it's not then I delete it and move to the next. I often download 10 or 15 videos to help me understand. It removes the ads from the video. I don't want my kids seeing my ads at home. It violates my privacy. With only half the material in mind, I made up about 1.5 to 2 hours worth of videos. Kids are cruel. Sometimes they berate certain videos, and others welcome them.

So my method of making my preparations is quite simple. The procedure is straightforward. I look up videos that I would like to download, and then add them to a playlist that I keep private. Then, I copy the URL for the video playlist and go to one of three websites that I am aware of that can assist. Converto and Y2mate or 2conv are the two first. The third option is the most popular since it can work with German videos. It isn't a fan of playlists, and which is why it's usually the last option I test. Converto is ideal for making playlists of video. It provides all videos and suggests that you download original videos one by one or convert them into the format of mp3/mp4. Converto does a great job, is safe and has no ads at all - at least at the moment. Also, it's available in more than two dozen languages so it's extremely beneficial for all users.

My second preference is Y2mate. Sometimes it is the first. I'm sure it won't help so it's not that big of a deal. I'm not a fan of the fact that Y2mate has many redirects as well as full-screen banners. It's highly commercialized, difficult to use, and you're constantly interrupted by pop-ups. Same is 2conv, but at least, they're more similar to static banners, making them more elegant. There are translations available for other languages, though they're not as good as the 1st option. There is more safer approach but still they are packed with risk and could be malware if you decide to take anything they have to offer in the form of advertising and so be cautious if you end up using these services. They have fewer sites which you can download video and then convert it to MP3 or MP4, however this doesn't mean they're ineffective.

I am more inclined to collaborate with established names than with beginners. The ones that have managed to endure have been able to stand up to constant scrutiny by Big Sound, authorities and labels. It is nice to know that the website I have been using is still in use. It's working perfectly, so I returned to Youtube. I highly recommend it.
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