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The Howl of the Seven Seas in 17 different languages
 
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PLEASE READ DESCRIPTION [EDIT] Recently, the spongebob swearing video got a strike from Viacom. If you still want to watch it here's a link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/l2sj6fy2dpedy0k/sweariiing.mp4?dl=0 Enjoy :) I know Halloween is not that close, but I wanted to share something related \^^/ I've been reading your comments lately and I noticed most of you ask for languages like dutch, greek, finnish, indonesian, japanese, european spanish, european portuguese, etc. I really do my best to find those languages but they don't seem to be available online (or they have a country restriction). Honestly, I don't want to leave those languages behind :( So I'm proposing this. If you have access to the dubbings that don't appear in my videos, please contact me through a direct message. You'll be rewarded with your name/nickname credited in the next video :) Disclaimer: I do not own anything shown in the video. All rights belong to the respective owners.
Views: 396688 Joseph M.
The Little Mermaid - Under The Sea - Multilanguage -  In All Languages Available
 
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Languages Available: Albanian??? Arabic - ??? Aqui no mar (BRA POR) 1989 & 1999 В Морския Свят (BULG) Sous l'Océan - (CAN FRE) Cantonese - ??? Bajo el mar - (CAST) Na morskom dnu - (CRO) Pod Hladinou (CZECH) Havet ErSkønt - (DAN) 1989 & 1999 Diep in de zee - (DUT) Under The Sea - (ENG) Aalloissa Siis - (FIN) 1989 & 1999 Sous l'Océan - (FRE) 1989 & 1999 Unter Dem Meer - (GER) Unten Im Meer - (GER AU) Φώς θαλασσί Μπλε σμαραγδί - (Greek 1989) Μες στο Βυθό- (Greek 1999) בתוך הים - (HEB) समुंदर में - (HIN) Ringat A Víz - (HUNG) Í Graenum Sjó - (ICE) In fondo al mar - (ITAL) アンダー・ザ・シー / - (JAPA) 1989 & 1999 저 바다 밑 - (KOR) 1989 / 1999 - 2006 Bajo el mar - (LAT SPA) 在那海底 - (MAN) Her Må Du Bli- (NORW) Na morza dnie -( POL) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVIEDfny_-A - I forgot to put the audio - really sorry Aqui no mar - (POR EU) 在深海里 -( PUT) В Мире Морском - (RUSS) Havet Är Djupt - (SWE) ลึกใต้ทะเล - (THAI) 1989 & 1999 Deniz Dibi - TURK) 1989 & 1999 Instrumental
[World of Warcraft] "Warbringers: Jaina" | Full Song Version | [MULTI-LANGUAGE]
 
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♫ Subscribe For More Music ♫ Jaina Proudmoore / Animated Short in different languages / [Multi-Language] [Full Song Version] TrackList: 🇺🇸 00:00 🇷🇺 04:34 🇫🇷 09:08 🇧🇷 13:42 🇨🇳 18:16 🇰🇷 22:50 🇩🇪 27:25 🇪🇸 31:59 🇮🇹 36:33 🇲🇽 41:08 English, Russian, French, Portuguese, Mandarin Chinese, Korean, German, Spanish, Italian, Latin America, WOW, Battle for Azeroth
Views: 100050 Whisper Wind Music
Under the Sea [Multilanguage - 13 Languages]
 
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Little's Mermaid - Under the Sea in 13 different languages. This is my first multilanguage, so don't be rough; and I know Greek Au Little's Mermaid - Under the Sea in 13 different languages. This is my first multilanguage, so don't be rough; and I know Greek Audio don't sound very well; and the first audio merges are marked, and Some Lyrics are missing (I couldn't get them no matter how much I searched). Anyway, as I said this is my first MultiLanguage, enjoy!!!. Languages featured: Thai, Brazilian Portuguese, Hebrew, Arabic, Mandarin, Greek, Russian, Norwegian, Italian, French, English, German, Latin Spanish. I had some more languages, but song is not long enough to put them all, I prefer giving a few phrases to each language than switching 1 language per sentence. Little Mermaid (c) of Disney Studios.
Views: 34183 cirkuit100
I Need 4 Ply When I Cry in 18 different languages
 
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*liek dis if u cri ery tiem* ~More videos~ May I Take Your Hat Sir? in 18 different languages: https://youtu.be/89PIV89jGgY Krab Borg in 18 different languages: https://youtu.be/lS4CW0zOTWM © 2017 Viacom International Inc. All Rights Reserved. Nickelodeon, SpongeBob SquarePants and all related titles, logos and characters are trademarks of Viacom International Inc. Created by Stephen Hillenburg. Subscribe for more 4 ply tissues
Views: 1052969 Homegrown
Warbringers: Jaina
 
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Jaina Proudmoore is no stranger to making difficult decisions. In this animated short, the choices of her past continue to influence her future. Credits: Directed by Doug Gregory Art and Illustration by Laurel Austin, Vasili Zorin, Jonathan Fletcher, and Yewon Park Written by Robert Brooks Pre-purchase World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth to take your stand: https://shop.battle.net/product/world-of-warcraft-battle-for-azeroth http://WorldofWarcraft.com Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=WorldofWarcraft
Views: 5424467 World of Warcraft
How languages evolve - Alex Gendler
 
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View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-languages-evolve-alex-gendler Over the course of human history, thousands of languages have developed from what was once a much smaller number. How did we end up with so many? And how do we keep track of them all? Alex Gendler explains how linguists group languages into language families, demonstrating how these linguistic trees give us crucial insights into the past. Lesson by Alex Gendler, animation by Igor Coric.
Views: 1652357 TED-Ed
Disney's Moana - How Far I'll Go (Mash Up)
 
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Watch “How Far I’ll Go” performed in Southeast Asia local languages by singers from Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. The Moana soundtrack is available now! Listen to the songs here: https://VA.lnk.to/MoanaAsia Follow our pages: https://www.youtube.com/waltdisneystudiosph https://facebook.com/waltdisneystudiosph https://www.instagram.com/disney.ph/ www.disneymoana.asia Three thousand years ago, the greatest sailors in the world voyaged across the vast Pacific, discovering the many islands of Oceania. But then, for a millennium, their voyages stopped – and no one knows why. From Walt Disney Animation Studios comes “Moana,” a sweeping, CG-animated feature film about an adventurous teenager who sails out on a daring mission to save her people. During her journey, Moana (voice of Auli’i Cravalho) meets the once-mighty demigod Maui (voice of Dwayne Johnson), who guides her in her quest to become a master wayfinder. Together, they sail across the open ocean on an action-packed voyage, encountering enormous monsters and impossible odds, and along the way, Moana fulfills the ancient quest of her ancestors and discovers the one thing she’s always sought: her own identity. Directed by the renowned filmmaking team of Ron Clements and John Musker (“The Little Mermaid,” “Aladdin,” “The Princess & the Frog”) and produced by Osnat Shurer (“Lifted,” “One Man Band”), “Moana” sails into cinemas on November 30.
Bubble Bass's Order in 15 Different Languages
 
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"Hey All You People" in 16 different languages
 
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I hope you enjoy this one. It's an old request :) I won't be making these videos anymore. I'll be vey busy soon so I don't think I'll have time. You can head to Homegrown's channel. He's got more of these and other cool stuff ;)
Views: 67453 Joseph M.
Learn How to Say These SpongeBob Lines in Different Languages 🌎 | #TryThis
 
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Do you know how to say “chocolate” in Korean? How about how to say “mayonnaise” in German? Learn how to say some of your favorite SpongeBob lines in different languages and comment below with your favorite dub! Catch more SpongeBob SquarePants on Nick! 🌎 #Nick #Nickelodeon #SpongeBob #SpongeBobSquarePants #TryThis Subscribe if you love Nickelodeon and want to see more! http://goo.gl/JJgxNm?xid=YTdesc Nickelodeon is the number-one brand for kids with original cartoons, sitcoms, movies, award shows, products and more! Here on our YouTube you’ll find SpongeBob SquarePants; Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; Henry Danger; The Thundermans; Game Shakers; Make it Pop; Harvey Beaks; Alvinnn!; School of Rock; The Loud House; Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn, and Nick content from around the world. Need to know when your favorite TV show is on? Go to: http://www.nick.com/shows/tvschedule/ For even more fun, games, and full episodes log on to http://www.nick.com More from Nickelodeon: Official Nickelodeon Website: http://www.nick.com/?xid=YTdesc Official Nickelodeon App: http://www.nick.com/app?xid=YTdesc Like Nickelodeon: https://www.facebook.com/nickelodeon?xid=YTdesc Follow Nickelodeon: https://twitter.com/NickelodeonTV?xid=YTdesc Nickelodeon Tumblr: http://nickelodeon.tumblr.com?xid=YTdesc Nickelodeon Instagram: http://instagram.com/nickelodeontv?xid=YTdesc Nickelodeon Snapchat: http://at.nick.com/snapchat The Splat! Snapchat: http://at.nick.com/TheSplatChat NickSportsTV Snapchat: http://at.nick.com/NickSportsTVsnapchat
Views: 60843 Nickelodeon
'Best Day Ever' in 24 different languages
 
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𝔅𝔢𝔰𝔱 𝔇𝔞𝔶 𝔈𝔳𝔢𝔯 24 in 24 different languages: https://youtu.be/ePQ7vRCw5EI May I Take Your Hat Sir? in 18 different languages: https://youtu.be/89PIV89jGgY © 2017 Viacom International Inc. All Rights Reserved. Nickelodeon, SpongeBob SquarePants and all related titles, logos and characters are trademarks of Viacom International Inc. Created by Stephen Hillenburg. Subscribe for finest time in perpetuum
Views: 51124 Homegrown
LANGUAGES OF ASIA
 
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INDO-EUROPEAN FAMILY The Indo-European family is represented by the Indic branch, which includes Sindhi, Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi and many other languages of India (Assamese, Bengali etc.), Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and the Maldives; the Iranian branch, which includes Persian, Pashto, and other languages of Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Central Asia; the Slavic branch, which includes Russian in Siberia; Greek around the Black Sea; and Armenian; as well as extinct languages such as Hittite of Anatolia and Tocharian of (Chinese) Turkestan. ALTAIC FAMILY A number of smaller, but important language families spread across central and northern Asia have long been linked in an as-yet unproven Altaic family. These are the Turkic languages, Mongolic languages, Tungusic languages (including Manchu), Korean, and Japonic languages. Japonic and Koreanic are controversial. SINO-TIBETIAN FAMILY Sino-Tibetan includes Chinese, Tibetan, Burmese, and numerous languages of the Tibetan Plateau, southern China, Burma, and North east India. SEMITIC FAMILY The Semitic languages are a branch of the Afroasiatic language family originating in the Middle East. Semitic languages are spoken by more than 330 million people across much of Western Asia, North Africa and the Horn of Africa, as well as in large expatriate communities in North America and Europe. AUSTROASIATIC FAMILY The Mon–Khmer languages (Austroasiatic languages) are the oldest family in Asia. They include Vietnamese and Khmer (Cambodian) TAI - KADAI FAMILY The Tai-Kadai languages (or just Kadai) of southern China spread in historic times into Southeast Asia, where Thai (Siamese) and Lao are official languages. AUSTRONESIAN FAMILY The Austronesian languages include the languages of the Philippines and most of the languages of Indonesia (excluding inland New Guinea), such as Malay (Indonesian) and Tagalog (Filipino). CAUCASIAN FAMILY Three small families are spoken in the Caucasus: Kartvelian languages, such as Georgian; Northeast Caucasian (Dagestanian languages), such as Chechen; and Northwest Caucasian, such as Circassian. The latter two may be related to each other. The extinct Hurro-Urartian languages may be related as well. ഏഷ്യയിലെ ഭാഷകൾ এশিয়ার ভাষা Языки Евразии Langues en Asie Lenguas de Asia ایشیا کی زبانیں ਏਸ਼ੀਆ ਦੀਆਂ ਭਾਸ਼ਾਵਾਂ Armenian language - հայերէն/հայերեն hayeren Korean language - 한국어 (韓國語) / 조선말 (朝鮮말) Hanguk-eo, Chosŏnmal Japanese - 日本語 Nihongo Persian, Farsi - فارسی Tajik language - забо́ни тоҷикӣ́ , Pashto - افغانى - پښتو Kurdish - Kurdî / کوردی Hindi - हिन्दी Hindī or Mānak Hindī Bengali Bangla বাংলা Urdu اُردُو Nepali Gorkhali नेपाली भाषा Nepālī bhāṣā खस कुरा Khas kurā Arabic - العربية Hebrew עברית‎, Ivrit Turkish - Türkçe Turkmen - Türkmen Tatar татар теле / tatar tele / تاتار تلی атар теле; татарча, tatar tele, tatarça кыргызча - Kyrgyz кыргыз тили/قىرعىز Қазақ тілі, Қазақша, Qazaq tili, Qazaqşa, قازاق ٴتىلى‎, قازاقشا Uzbek Oʻzbekcha Mongolian Монгол хэл Mongol khel ᠮᠣᠨᠭᠭᠣᠯ ᠬᠡᠯᠡ Mongɣol kele Standard Chinese Modern Standard Mandarin 普通話 / 普通话 Pǔtōnghuà 國語 / 国语 Guóyǔ 華語 / 华语 Huáyǔ Georgian Kartuli ქართული Nakh- Chechen Circassian Cherkess Burmese Burmese: မြန်မာစာ Khmer Cambodian ភាសាខ្មែរ Vietnamese Tiếng Việt Filipino Wikang Filipino Indonesian Bahasa Indonesia Malay Bahasa Melayu بهاس ملايو Thai Siamese ภาษาไทย Phasa Thai Lao ພາສາລາວ phasa lao
Views: 110339 World Languages
The Little Mermaid : Ariel's Voice : Multilanguage
 
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!!! READ THE DESCRIPTION FIRST PLEASE !!! ✿。◕‿◕。***************************************。◕‿◕。✿ ♦•► DISCLAIMER ◄•♦ : I OWN NOTHING, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED ❀◘•This was made for Fun and NOT for Profit, ⓒopyright Infringement is NOT intended•◘❀ ☆•ⓒ WALT DISNEY COMPANY•☆ ❃***********************************************************❃ ☆Please Rate and Comment or Subscribe☆ English : Jodi Benson English Soundtrack Version : Jodi Benson English Broadway Musical : Sierra Boggess Albanian : Jodi Benson Arabic : Rula Zaki Brazilian Portuguese 1989 : Jodi Benson Brazilian Portuguese 1989 Soundtrack Version : Gabriela Ferreira Brazilian Portuguese 1999 & 2006 : Kiara Sasso Canadian French : Dominique Faure Cantonese Chinese : Jodi Benson Croatian : Renata Sabljak Czech : Jana Marasova Danish 1999 Soundtrack Version : Sissel Kyrkjebø Dutch : Laura Vlasblom Finnish 1989 : Johanna Nurmimaa German 1989 : Jodi Benson German 1999 Soundtrack Version : Naomi van Dooren Greek 1999 : Anna Rossi Italian : Simona Pattitucci Japanese 1989 Soundtrack Version : Mayumi Suzuki Japanese 1999 : Mayumi Suzuki Korean : Son Young-Jin Mandarin Chinese 1989 & 2006 : Hsiao-Yun Liu & Jodi Benson Norwegian 2006 : Sissel Kyrkjebø Putonghua Chinese : Li Xiao Swedish 1989 & 1999 : Sissel Kyrkjebø Thai 1989 : Jodi Benson Thai 1999 : Chanjira Nimpitakpong Turkish 1999 Soundtrack Version : Şebnem Ferah In the Swedish 1989 & 1999 VHS Censured Version : Disney Swedish censured the part that Ursula's Magic Hands go into Ariel's throat because it's too scary for children In German 1989 Version, it's only Jodi sings with her own voice in higher pitch In Thai 1989 Version, Jodi's voice is in low quality so we can hear a different sound Danish 1989 , Dutch , French European 1989 , German 1989 , German Austrian , Norwegian 1989 , Swedish 1999 : Soundtrack Version : Simona Pattitucci Bulgarian, Castilian Spanish, Danish 1989 & 1999, Finnish 1999, French European 1989 & 1999, German 1999 & Austrian, Greek 1989, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Latin Spanish, Polish 1999, Portuguese European, Russian 2006, Swedish 2006, Turkish 1989 & 1999 : Jodi Benson ✿。◕‿◕。✿**************************************✿。◕‿◕。✿
Views: 16896269 Hwa Harng
Moana "How Far I'll Go" by Myra Molloy and SEA Stars(Multi-Language)
 
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Myra Molloy (Thailand : at the middle) singing "How Far I'll Go" from Disney's "Moana" along with Janella Salvador(Philippines), Maudy Ayunda(Indonesia), Ayda Jebat(Malaysia), and Minh Nhu(Vietnam) at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore (8 November 2016) https://www.facebook.com/ManeepatMyraMolloy http://instagram.com/myramolloy https://twitter.com/maneepatmolloy http://www.myramolloy.com
Views: 509864 Myra Molloy
SpongeBob Squarepants Intro - 55 Languages (with Lyrics!)
 
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Do you want to submit lyrics? → http://paperyoshi.at/en/providing-lyrics/ Do you want to translate the video description? → [email protected] 0:00 Arabic 0:41 Azerbaijani 1:22 Basque 2:06 Bulgarian 2:49 Chinese 3:30 Dari 4:12 German 4:54 Danish 5:34 English 6:11 Esperanto 6:55 Estonian 7:39 Finnish 8:23 French 9:04 Georgian 9:44 Greek 10:26 Hebrew 11:10 Hindi 11:52 Irish 12:31 Icelandic 13:13 Italian 13:55 Japanese 14:38 Cantonese 15:19 Kashubian 16:01 Korean 16:40 Croatian 17:22 Kurdish 18:02 Latvian 18:46 Lithuanian 19:30 Maori 20:13 Macedonian 20:56 Dutch 21:31 Norwegian 22:15 Persian 22:55 Polish 23:34 Portuguese (Brazil) 24:09 Portuguese (Portugal) 24:50 Romanian 25:28 Russian 26:10 Swedish 26:53 Serbian 27:36 Slovak 28:20 Slovenian 29:01 Spanish (Latin America) 29:38 Spanish (Spain) 30:20 Tajik 31:02 Tagalog 31:32 Thai 32:13 Czech 32:53 Turkmen 33:33 Turkish 34:15 Ukrainian 34:59 Hungarian 35:39 Vietnamese 36:17 Welsh 36:59 Zaza SpongeBob in other Languages: SfungjerBob Pantalonkatror (Albanian), سبونج بوب سكوير بانتس (Arabic), սպունգճոճվել հրապարակշալվարին (Armenian), SpongeBob Squarepants (Azerbaijani), Bob Belaki (Basque), СпонджБоб Kвадратнигащи (Bulgarian), Bob Esponja (Catalan), 海绵宝宝 (Chinese), SpužvaBob Skockani (Croatian), SpongeBob v Kalhotách (Czech), SvampeBob Firkant (Danish), SpongeBob Squarepants (Dutch), SpongeBob Squarepants (English), SpongaBobo Kvadratajpantalonoj (Esperanto), Käsna-Kalle Kantpüks (Estonian), Paavo Pesusieni (Finnish), Bob L’éponge (French), ღრუბელი ბობი კვადრატული შარვალი (Georgian), SpongeBob Schwammkopf (Deutsch), Μπομπ Σφουγγαράκης (Greek), स्पंज बॉब स्क्वायर पैंट (Hindi), בובספוג מכנסמרובע (Hebrew), SpongyaBob Kockanadrág (Hungarian), Svampur Sveinsson (Icelandic), SpongeBob SquarePants (Indonesian), SpongeBob (Italian), スポンジ・ボブ (Japanese), Губкабоб Шаршышолақ (Kazakh), 스폰지밥 네모바지 (Korean), SifincBob Carciksôrt (Kurdish), Mалыши Yарчышым (Kyrgyz), ປອງຂສ ຫນ້າມົດ (Lao), Sūklis Bobs Kvadrātbiksis (Latvian), Kempiniukas Plačiakelnis (Lithuanian), Сунѓерот Боб Панталоновски (Macedonian), SpongeBob Squarepants (Malay), SpongeBob Tarauporowhā (Maori), Svampebob Firkant (Norwegian), باب اسفنجی (Persian), SpongeBob Kanciastoporty (Polish), Bob Esponja Calça Quadrada (Portuguese, Brazil), SpongeBob Squarepants (Portuguese, Portugal), SpongeBob Pantalonipătrați (Romanian), ГубкаБоб КвадратныеШтаны (Russian), СунђерБоб Коцкалоне/SunđerBob Kockalone (Serbian), ŠpongiaBob Štvorcovýchnohavice (Slovak), Spuži Kvadratnik (Slovenian), Bob Esponja (Spanish, Latin America & Spain), Svampbob Fyrkant (Swedish), SpongeBob Squarepants (Tagalog), สพันจ์บ็อบ สแควร์แพ้นท์ (Thai), SüngerBob Karepantolon (Turkish), SüngerBob Kareşort (Turkmen), سپنج باب اسکوائر پینٹ (Urdu), Боб Губко КвадратніШтани (Ukrainian), Spongebob Calçacuadrátos (Valencian), SpongeBob Quầnvuông (Vietnamese), SpynjBob Pantsgwâr (Welsh), SifincBob (Zaza) 👉🏻 Subscribe to my channel (free!): http://goo.gl/ZvDfKD 👉🏻 Nintendo Switch Friend Code: 7237-2206-7806 👉🏻 Twitter: @PaperYoshi2001 (http://www.paperyoshi.at/twitter) 👉🏻 PaperYoshi: http://www.paperyoshi.at/ 👉🏻 Facebook: PaperYoshi (http://www.paperyoshi.at/facebook) 👉🏻 Instagram: PaperYoshi2001 (http://www.paperyoshi.at/instagram) 👉🏻 Nintendo Network: PaperYoshi2001 👉🏻 PlayStation Network: PaperYoshi2001 👉🏻 Steam: PaperYoshi (http://www.paperyoshi.at/steam) 👉🏻 DeviantArt: PaperYoshi2001 (http://www.paperyoshi.at/deviantart) 👉🏻 ask.fm: PaperYoshi2001 👉🏻 Nitrado: paperyoshi.nitrado.at 👉🏻 Google+: +PaperYoshi2001 (http://www.paperyoshi.at/google+) If you enjoyed the video, I would be happy to get feedback. Give 👍🏻 or 👎🏻, comment and/or share! Thank you. © 2016-2018 by PaperYoshi™
Views: 291261 PaperYoshi
CURSING IN DOTA IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES
 
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Views: 353374 pindaPanda
Super Smash Bros. Wii U & 3DS ~ All Languages Comparison/Differences - US, PAL, NTSC-J, DLC Included
 
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[Read description before commenting] Decided to take the time to re-do this video since the last DLC was released earlier this year. Having to re-record everything for 1080p, along with adding more really took a long time. Glad that its finally done. This includes all characters, Pokémon and Assist Trophies that have at least more than 1 voice actor, along with each available announcer voice that was done for this game. The order for everything is English, English PAL, Japanese, French NTSC, French PAL, German, Spanish NTSC, Spanish PAL and Italian. Hope you enjoy! Character Selection [English NTSC, English PAL, Japanese, French NTSC, French PAL, German, Spanish NTSC, Spanish PAL, Italian]: 0:00 Characters: Sonic [English, Japanese, French, German, Spanish, Italian]: 9:44 Ike [English, Japanese]: 12:39 Lucina [English, Japanese]: 14:00 Robin Male [English, Japanese]: 15:03 Robin Female [English, Japanese]: 16:27 Corrin Male [English, Japanese]: 17:52 Corrin Female [English, Japanese]: 18:45 Shulk [English, Japanese]: 19:39 Fox [English, Japanese]: 21:11 Falco [English, Japanese]: 22:01 Meta Knight [English, Japanese]: 23:01 Pit [English, Japanese]: 24:04 Dark Pit [English, Japanese]: 25:04 Palutena [English, Japanese]: 26:04 Little Mac [English, Japanese]: 27:34 Wii Fit Trainer Male [English, English PAL, Japanese, French, German, Spanish NTSC, Spanish PAL, Italian]: 28:08 Wii Fit Trainer Female [English, English PAL, Japanese, French, German, Spanish NTSC, Spanish PAL, Italian]: 31:53 Lucario [English, Japanese, French, German, Spanish, Italian]: 35:41 Jigglypuff [English, Japanese, French, German]: 38:27 Greninja [English, Japanese, French, German]: 40:16 Mewtwo [English, Japanese]: 42:18 Ryu [English, Japanese]: 42:43 Bayonetta [English, Japanese]: 44:14 Assist Trophies: Shadow [English, Japanese, French, German, Spanish, Italian]: 45:45 Riki [English, Japanese]: 46:03 Knuckle Joe [English, Japanese]: 46:42 Lyn [English, Japanese]: 47:02 Dr. Wright [English, Japanese]: 47:15 Magnus [English, Japanese]: 47:25 Phosphora [English, Japanese]: 47:34 Pokémon (Not all are included, but most): #118 Goldeen [English, Japanese, French, German]: 47:40 #133 Eevee [English, French, German]: 47:52 #143 Snorlax [English, Japanese, French, German]: 47:57 #182 Bellossom [English, Japanese, French, German]: 48:17 #282 Gardevoir [English, Japanese, French, German]: 48:25 #460 Abomasnow [English, Japanese, French, German]: 48:34 #491 Darkrai [English, Japanese]: 48:41 #493 Arceus [English, Japanese]: 48:44 #495 Snivy [English, Japanese, French, German]: 48:49 #501 Oshawott [English, Japanese, French, German]: 48:55 #646 Kyurem [English, Japanese, French, German]: 49:02 #647 Keldeo [English, Japanese, French, German]: 49:13 #650 Chespin [English, Japanese, French, German]: 49:26 #653 Fennekin [English, Japanese, French, German]: 49:33 #661 Fletchling [English, Japanese, French, German]: 49:40 #665 Spewpa [English, Japanese, French, German]: 49:46 #684 Swirlix [English, Japanese, French, German]: 49:51 #686 Inkay [English, Japanese, French, German]: 49:57 #702 Dedenne [English, French, German]: 50:06 Menu Selection [English, Japanese, French NTSC, French PAL, German, Spanish NTSC, Spanish PAL, Italian]: 50:10 Countdown/Match End [English, Japanese, French, German, Spanish, Italian]: 55:36 Music: 1. Objection! 2012 (English Court Suite) ~ Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 2. Sea Bottom Segue - Sonic Lost World 3. Fire Emblem Arrangements Ultimate Medley - Fire Emblem 4. Oblivia Field (Daytime) - Xenoblade Chronicles X 5. Mission Complete - Star Fox Assault 6. Nightmare in Dream Land - Dream Land - Kirby Air Ride 7. The Return of Palutena - Kid Icarus Uprising 8. Dark Pit's Theme - Kid Icarus Uprising 9. Boss Fight 1 - Kid Icarus Uprising 10. Title - Punch-Out!! Wii 11. Training Menu - Wii Fit 12. Skateboard Arena (Free Mode) - Wii Fit Plus 13. Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire Zinnia Battle Remix - Glitchxcity 14. Pokémon X and Y Champion Diantha Remix - Glitchxcity 15. Theme of Ryu - Street Fighter V 16. Tomorrow is Mine (Instrumental) - Bayonetta 2 17. My Sword Shall Open the Way - Tales of Xillia 18. Richie's Theme - Pokémon Puzzle League 19. Jazzy NYC Remix 20. Precious Heart (Sakura's Theme) - Street Fighter EX3 Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/Cyberman6 Stream: http://www.twitch.tv/Cyberman6 Played by me Recorded using Elgato Game Capture HD60
Views: 124952 Cyberman65
"Squidward is my best friend" in 16 different languages
 
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Enjoy s'il vous plaît Once again, don´t subscribe please. If you have any suggestion, let me know in the comments.
Views: 562579 Joseph M.
How Disney is pronounced in other languages
 
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meme How Disney is pronounced in other languages. Vine : https://vine.co/v/eUWjUhu2F66 If anybody wants to use this video as a vine or anything , just give me the credit for it. (Write something like "Made by Jérémie Laurin-Pagé") SUB HERE: http://bit.ly/SubKanyx TWITTER: https://twitter.com/MrKanyx TWITCH: http://www.twitch.tv/MrKanyxLive STEAM GROUP: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/MLGMEMES Original video from BuzzFeedVideo. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HgoG6ndQcAI Thanks for watching !
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AMAZING GRACE -every nations 50 languages.flv
 
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Last July 23, Every Nation Ministries made an official attempt to set the Guinness World Record for "The Most Languages Performed in a Song (Multiple Singers)" by performing "Amazing Grace" in 50 different languages. The Guinness World Record attempt was performed during EN2010, the world conference of Every Nation Ministries in the Philippines
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The Law All Languages Obey
 
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Can a mathematical formula prove that dolphins have language like we do? "NOVA Wonders: What Are Animals Saying?" premieres April 25, 2018 at 9/8c on PBS NOVA on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NOVAonline NOVA on Twitter: @novapbs NOVA on Instagram: @novapbs
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Lee min ho speaks many languages.이민호 함께 해요.
 
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Lee min ho speaks many languages.이민호 함께 하자. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR WATCHING ALWAYS BE UPDATED 1ST SO WHY NOT SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBE HERE NOW:: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6h_g9PTh4FcuCrbghYGs-g ............................................................................................................. FOLLOW MY FACEBOOK FAN PAGE;; https://www.facebook.com/koreandrmtrend/
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Maintaining multiple languages at the same time | Which to learn, schedules, pronunciation etc
 
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Welcome to the answer to the question I've been asked precisely 75648061 times! I am proud to present to you my humble answer to the question "how do you manage to maintain so many languages?". This answer is based on my experience and opinions and people may differ - so feel free to discuss this topic and give me your opinion! I love hearing from you all. And we're so close to 20K, so thank you so, so much for your love and support! Let's keep the language community growing strong together! PS did you know you can contribute subtitles in other languages? Have a go if you're keen! -- Other language videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GntDYJx8JA&list=PLRCVN94KILKWHui4QMe1OD5aKWHzPWDBT -- FIND ME 💕 Website http://lindiebotes.com/ 💕 Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lindiebotes/ 💕 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/lindiebotesvideos 💕 Twitter https://twitter.com/lindiebee 💕 Tumblr https://rinkodesu.tumblr.com -- CONTRIBUTE Did you know you can contribute subtitles in any language? 한국어 자막을 만들어 줄 수 있는지 아세용? 日本語の字幕を作ってくれませんか? http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?c=UCjVwBKqRh8ckPWhfD5UDKcg&tab=2 -- JOIN THE FUN Would you like to be featured in an interview? Do you have language tips to share? I'd love to invite you to be in a video. Just email me! (email link in about page) -- PLEASE READ I love talking to you guys on Tumblr, Instagram, Twitter, in the comments and via email, but sometimes I receive a lot of messages and it's too much to reply to - so it might take me a while to get back to you. Please be patient and know that I do care about you and I'll do my best to get back to you as soon as possible!
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Warbringers - Jaina - in 10 different Languages
 
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Warbringers - Jaina - in 10 different Languages
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TDWT Sea Shanty in 6 languages
 
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all the clips of this song I could find
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Why Most Indians Can Speak Multiple Languages Like a Dream ?  Every INDIAN Must Watch This
 
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Please Like, Share and Subscribe our channel. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you look at our India, you will see something like this when you imagining. Many colors, narrow streets, more traffic, spicy food, thousands of dishes, Seven star hotels, beautiful temple, masjids and gurus, large palaces, hot summer, shocking history, more than 500 languages Yoga and many more. Under all this color and noise, India is an organization of the integration of thousands of mini-cultures. So how many languages ​​do most people speak in India? What is their secret? Because we speak more than one language in comparison to other countries of the world, then why is it so easy for us? 1) Most Languages ​​in India Follow the WYSIWYG Premise In English language that are written evenly but their pronunciation is different. Like "put" and "but", pronunciation of both differ in this way, and the English language is full of such words, which are also different from what they write and speak. As an example, Sanskrit and Hindi are written in the same script - Devanagari. Meaning if you come to one of India's languages, it becomes easy for you to learn another language. 2) Many English Words are Borrowed from India India has always given its words to the English language. Because in 1886, two enthusiasts for India, Henry Yul and Arthur C Bournell, had a book publishing. "Hobson-Jobson: The Definitive Glossary of British India" | It was a complete dictionary of Indian words that became a permanent stability in the English dictionary. recently, the word guru was included in the English dictionary, which is India's donation. 3) Every State has its Own Language Most of the countries of the world have a national language. But most of the Indian states have their own separate language, perhaps that is not India's national language, but the Hindi language is known as the national language because the records of the central government are written in Hindi and English. 4) Two of the world's oldest written languages ​​are from India Language researchers have found that two of the world's oldest written languages ​​are from Indian culture. First Sanskrit and second Tamil language has influenced many European languages ​​since the written records in Sanskrit language are some 3,000 BC old. first written literature in the history of Indian Vedas is considered. If you come to Sanskrit language then you can easily learn many other languages. Science also says that Sanskrit is one of the most advanced languages ​​of the world. But unfortunately, the Sanskrit language is on the verge of being destroyed. But the Tamil language is spoken even today, but not the old Tamil language, the modern local Tamil language. 5) English is Spoken Widely Across India Despite being in such a language in India, English is also spoken in some places. Well India has many native languages ​​of its own, there are many different tones of English language spoken in India, and the tone of the language is dependent on what the speaker has from the state. Occasionally, we give Indian words a different form of English language, like this shoes we call sport shoes, but in reality these athletic shoes or running shoes are called. 6) Schools Make India Multilingual Our school also has a large hand in speaking more than one language, because private schools encircle children to learn more than one language. Because English is compulsive at school and three options are given for second and third language. In which one option for Hindi, second local language and foreign language or Sanskrit is given. If you live in mega city, then your neighbor can be of another state also. Because of which, your child also understands the other language as a child, or sometimes even teaches a Sikh. Either from their school, because they have friends speaking other languages. 7) In India, Inclusiveness is a Culture You go to any corner of India, you will get to see the same culture. And if you go to a tourist site then local people will try to speak English for their business. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music by : Fanfare for Space by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-... Artist: http://incompetech.com/
The surprising pattern behind color names around the world
 
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Why so many languages invented words for colors in the same order. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO In 1969, two Berkeley researchers, Paul Kay and Brent Berlin, published a book on a pretty groundbreaking idea: that every culture in history, when they developed their languages, invented words for colors in the exact same order. They claimed to know this based off of a simple color identification test, where 20 respondents identified 330 colored chips by name. If a language had six words, they were always black, white, red, green, yellow, and blue. If it had four terms, they were always black, white, red, and then either green or yellow. If it had only three, they were always black, white, and red , and so on. The theory was revolutionary — and it shaped our understanding of how color terminologies emerge. Read more on the research mentioned in this video: Cook, Kay, and Regier on the World Color Survey: goo.gl/MTUi9C Stephen C. Levinson on Yele color terms: goo.gl/CYDfvw John A. Lucy on Hanunó'o color terms: goo.gl/okcyC3 Loreto, Mukherjee, and Tria on color naming population simulations: goo.gl/rALO1S To learn more about how your language's color words can affect the way you think, check out this video lecture: goo.gl/WxYi1q Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
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Sleepy Ocean Waves Sounds for Deep Sleeping, Relaxing Natural Lullaby, 8 Hours!
 
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8 hours of relaxing ocean sounds of waves for deep sleeping. Ocean Sounds are the best sleep music and a natural insomnia cure and by far the perfect lullaby to put your baby to sleep. Ocean wave sounds are the best sleep music for babies, children and adults of all ages. Have you ever tried sleeping by the ocean with an open window, listening to those soothing waves and feeling the gentle night breeze? Whatever the answer is, I bet you would be very curious to play this video tonight..... but don't forget to tell us your sweet dreams in the morning. All languages are welcome in the comment section below! Note... This artificially created video with real relaxing ocean sounds is a seamless loop serving as a background for sleeping with waves, that is why the clouds and stars look frozen. :) Copyright © 2011-2017 Contact us for licensing questions: http://www.loungev.com/contact/
Beauty and the Beast - Be Our Guest (Multilanguage)
 
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"Be our guest" from Disney's Beauty and the Beast! This Multilanguage includes 22 languages so enjoy them all! My favorite Lumiére is definitely the French one but most of singers are awesome! for Miss. Potts, Danish version is great! Lyrics: English -- Be Our Guest Ma chère, mademoiselle, it is with deepest pride and greatest pleasure that we welcome you tonight. And now, we invite you to relax. Let us pull up a chair as the dining room proudly presents your dinner. Latin American Spanish -- Nuestro huésped Nuestro huésped, sea usted Venga el servicio a provar Una servilleta así, cherie Y yo hago lo demás Hebrew - Hitkabdi! Yesh manot rishonot u'mivchar shel achronot U'muvan she'yesh ba'emtza Tavshilim tovim be'shefa Brazilian Portuguese -- A Convidada Todo canta, todo dança A final aqui é a Francia E a comida aqui é uma especialidade French -- C'est La Fête Prenez donc le menu, et quand vous l'aurez lu On fera la fête, ce sera chouette, ma minette Italian -- Stia con Noi Che ragù, che sufflè, Torte e caramel flambé, Preparati e serviti con un grande cabaret! Greek -- Monaxia ki ola afta ine ajnosta fajia (Μοναξιά κι όλα αυτά είναι άγνωστα φαγιά) sto thiko mas to trapezi to pehnithi tus then pezi! (στο δικό μας το τραπέζι το παιχνίδι τους δεν παίζει!) Russian -- (?) Japanese -- Saa minna de GURASU agete, koyoi wa Hora sonna kanashii kao shinaide European Spanish -- ¡Qué festín! ¡Qué festín, qué festín, qué festín! German -- Es kann so deprimieren, kann ein Diener nicht servieren. Er fühlt sich hohl, das Geste wohl hat er im Sinn Norwegian -- (?) Swedish -- Tolv år har vi rostat Trots dom pengar vi har kostat Vi blev gjorda för nåt mer än samla damm Polish -- Gościem Bądź Cały boży dzień leżymy w zamku. Grubi i leniwi, lecz umiemy wciąż zadziwić Danish -- Der' en gæst, der' en gæst Gudskelov, så bli'r her fest Glas med vin og postelin Og hvide duge, det er bedst European Portuguese -- (?) Icelandic -- (?) Dutch -- Kom Erbij Is het zo naar je zin? Wil jij er suiker in? Kom erbij (kom erbij) Kom erbij (kom erbij) Korean -- (?) Mandarin -- (?) Cantonese -- (?) Finnish -- Parhain on palkkio, Huuda hei, Kohta laulamme sut aivan pyörryksiin! English -- Be Our Guest Tonight you'll prop your feet up But for now, let's eat up Be our guest! Be our guest! Be our guest! Please, be our guest! **************************** [Posted originally on September 25, 2010]
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Saying Hello In Different Languages - Picture Play
 
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Saying Hello In Different Languages - Picture Play
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Evolution of Language | Mocomi Kids
 
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http://mocomi.com/ presents: Evolution of Language Language developed as the human species evolved. Development of language sets us apart from our closest relatives, the chimpanzees. No other natural communication system is like human language. Human language can express thoughts, convey information, ask questions and give orders. In contrast, animal can only communicate immediate issues such as food, danger, threat, or reconciliation. So how did language begin? Did a bunch of cavemen hold a conference and decide to make up language? Obviously not. One theory is that hominids (our human ancestors) started by grunting, hooting and crying out, and this gradually developed into the language we use today. But apes could grunt and hoot as well. Why did their grunting not evolve into a ‘language’? Because 6 million years ago the hominid and chimpanzee lines diverged. The size of the hominid brain increased and developed over time, while chimpanzee brain remained the same. Another theory is that language began as sign language and then switched to the vocal modality Did languages develop simultaneously all over the world? Some have argued that language evolved independently in different parts of the world. While a recent study shows that all languages in the world evolved from one prehistoric language first spoken in Africa tens of thousands of years ago. And it spread across the world with the migration of our ancestors when they left Africa 70,000 years ago. Do languages stay the same over the generations? Languages change as they are handed down from generation to generation due to change in culture and influence of other languages. That is why the English spoken in the Elizabethan Era is way different from the English we speak today. The subject of language and its evolution is still undergoing lively investigation among linguists, psychologists, and biologists. Read more about History of Evolution of Language, visit the best e-learning website here: http://mocomi.com/evolution-of-language/ For more such fun learning history videos and articles, go to: http://mocomi.com/learn/history/ Follow Mocomi Kids - Top educational website for kids, on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mocomikids/ on Twitter https://twitter.com/MocomiKids on Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/mocomikids/ on Google+ https://plus.google.com/+mocomikids/ on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/mocomi-kids
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Saying Thank You In Different Languages - Picture Play
 
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Saying Thank You In Different Languages - Picture Play
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What Language Does the Sea Speak? Yiddish in Tel Aviv (English Subtitles)
 
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לכתוביות בעברית: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91FTFWPOPso The translator of the Tanakh into modern Yiddish, the poet Yehoash (Shlomo Blumgarten), came to the land of Israel from New York in 1914 and settled in Rehovoth. He wanted to live in the ancestral land, and being ill with tuberculosis, he wanted to get away from the big city and live in a healthier climate. When the First World War broke out, he was forced to leave the land of Israel but he immortalized his experiences in the book "From New York to Rehovoth and Back". Among other themes, he also discusses the war of languages in the young city of Tel Aviv. Director: Eran Torbiner Screenwriter: Yaad Biran Actor: Mendy Kahan Original music: Daniel Hoffman - Original Klezmer (Klezmer Fiddle) https://youtu.be/BVtIl3dqDbM
Ylvis - Language of Love [Official music video HD]
 
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iTunes, Spotify etc: https://Ylvis.lnk.to/LOL Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ylvis/ Music by M.Eriksen/T.E.Hermansen/V.Ylvisåker/B.Ylvisåker Lyrics by V.Ylvisåker/B.Ylvisåker/C.Løchstøer Produced by Stargate Directed by Ole Martin Hafsmo Cinematography by Magnus Flåto Discovery Networks Norway © 2016
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Amazing Grace - different languages
 
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Disclaimer: This video is a sole property of the respective owner,might as well commercial purposes & copyright infringement are absolutely not intended. celtic woman http://youtu.be/HsCp5LG_zNE http://youtu.be/c0OdAsrmykU il divo http://youtu.be/GYMLMj-SibU story behind the song (video) http://youtu.be/33fA-oeuvFs Lyrics : John Newton (1725--1807) "Amazing Grace" is a Christian hymn written by English poet and clergyman John Newton (1725--1807), published in 1779. With a message that forgiveness and redemption are possible regardless of the sins people commit and that the soul can be delivered from despair through the mercy of God, "Amazing Grace" is one of the most recognizable songs in the English-speaking world. Newton wrote the words from personal experience. He grew up without any particular religious conviction but his life's path was formed by a variety of twists and coincidences that were often put into motion by his recalcitrant insubordination. He was pressed into the Royal Navy and became a sailor, eventually participating in the slave trade. One night a terrible storm battered his vessel so severely that he became frightened enough to call out to God for mercy, a moment that marked the beginning of his spiritual conversion. His career in slave trading lasted a few years more until he quit going to sea altogether and began studying theology. Ordained in the Church of England in 1764, Newton became curate of Olney, Buckinghamshire, where he began to write hymns with poet William Cowper. "Amazing Grace" was written to illustrate a sermon on New Year's Day of 1773. It is unknown if there was any music accompanying the verses, and it may have been chanted by the congregation without music. It debuted in print in 1779 in Newton and Cowper's Olney Hymns, but settled into relative obscurity in England. In the United States however, "Amazing Grace" was used extensively during the Second Great Awakening in the early 19th century. It has been associated with more than 20 melodies, but in 1835 it was joined to a tune named "New Britain" to which it is most frequently sung today. Author Gilbert Chase writes that "Amazing Grace" is "without a doubt the most famous of all the folk hymns" and Jonathan Aitken, a Newton biographer, estimates that it is performed about 10 million times annually.It has had particular influence in folk music, and become an emblematic African American spiritual. Its universal message has been a significant factor in its crossover into secular music. "Amazing Grace" saw a resurgence in popularity in the U.S. during the 1960s and has been recorded thousands of times during and since the 20th century, sometimes appearing on popular music charts.
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Saying Hello? In Different Languages - Picture Play
 
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Saying Hello? In Different Languages - Picture Play
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sea of language
 
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New song by "Band From The Garden" Anthony Keels, Mike Hulter,
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The Third Cause of Accents: All Languages Are Rule Based
 
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All languages are rule based and include rules for pronunciation. The rules are different in every language and are used unconsciously. We absorb these rules as we learn to speak, take the rules from our native language and transfer them over to any other languages we learn to speak. In American English we pronounce "t" four different ways, pronounce plural "s" and "ed" past tense in different ways, drop internal syllables etc. all according to "rules" we aren't even aware of using.
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Kingdom hearts 2: sora sings under the sea in many languages
 
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New Version Two more languages www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Fa3dCg8NhI
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LoL Voices - Deep sea Nami - All 17 languages (almost)
 
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English | English : 00:00 French | Français : 02:28 Spanish | Español : 05:06 Spanish (Latin America) | Español (Latinoamérica) : 07:47 German | Deutsch : 11:02 Italian | Italiano : 13:58 Greek | ελληνικά : 16:09 Portuguese | Português : 18:47 Polish | Polski : 21:23 Czech | Čeština : 23:51 Hungarian | Magyar : 26:21 Romanian | Româna : 28:51 Turkish | Türkçe : 31:24 Russian | Русский : 34:11 Korean | 한국어 : 37:02 Japanese | 日本語 : 39:34 Chinese | 中文 : N/A Deep sea Nami's voices in all 17 languages from League of Legends. Deep sea Nami's art and sound belongs to Riot Games. https://www.facebook.com/Pucsres https://twitter.com/PucsRes
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Dinosaur Finger Family & Many More in Different Languages
 
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BÀN TAY NGÓN TAY KHUNG LONG Dinosaur Finger Family! Watch this Finger Family Collection with Finger Family with Battles in Corean, Finger Family in Arabic, Finger Family in Spanish, Finger Family in French and Finger Family in English. Come back to check out our latest uploads on Kids Learning Videos, Kids Moral Stories, Fun Rhymes, Rhymes for Children, Children Songs, children stories and more! Dinosaur Finger Family in Tamil Crazy Unicorn Vs Pegasus Finger Family Arabic Finger Family Skeleton Finger family in Spanish Unicorn Finger Family in Russian Gorilla vs Dinosaur Finger Family Dinosaur Finger Family in Spanish Dinosaur vs Dragon Finger family in Italian Gorilla vs Dragon Finger family Crocodile Finger Family in French Tiger Finger Family 3D in Spanish Lion Finger Family in 3D Daddy finger, daddy finger, where are you? Here I am, here I am. How do you do? Mommy finger, Mommy finger, where are you? Here I am, here I am. How do you do? Brother finger, Brother finger, where are you? Here I am, here I am. How do you do? Sister finger, Sister finger, where are you? Here I am, here I am. How do you do? Baby finger, Baby finger, where are you? Here I am, here I am. How do you do?
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STORY WITH PAW PATROL SEA PATROL DIGGING FOR TREASURE AND A SEA RESCUE OF LOST BABY OCTOPUS
 
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DisneyToysReview the toy channel presents another toy story video with Paw Patrol! Today we have a story with Paw Patrol! Using the Sea Patroller and Ryder from the Sea Patrol we head out over the beach and transform to a boat to head out on a high seas rescue! Some of the crew stays behind and searches for hidden treasure! Watch as Rubble, Marshall and Rocky dig in the sand and discover several things that need to be recycled before they find the surprise! Now for Ryder and Zuma to get back so they can open it up. Meanwhile Ryder and Zuma are out on a sea rescue and before long they find the baby octopus that needs help. Watch as they rescue the poor baby octopus and bring it back to the rescue center before heading out to see the surprise puzzle put together! The fun 3D puzzle is so fun, it has 2 scenes from Paw Patrol! Subscribe here: http://www.youtube.com/user/DisneyToysReview?sub_confirmation=1 PAW PATROL - FUN, TOYS FOR ALL KIDS PLAYLIST https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IH7BMRa5Gw&list=PLnKpAyRPaIqezo4GxqfILJwpRlBLLD6_F Let's play with cars, planes and more https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4ipbVdjr_g&list=PLnKpAyRPaIqeAIgGVs4Wqi3-c--kkYMwi PlayDoh - trucks, cars, bulldozers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4ipbVdjr_g&list=PLnKpAyRPaIqcdtOnZnuYIq6-ik8lSI_wJ Watch the Mighty Machines playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1OVy8JimkA&list=PLnKpAyRPaIqcOLPBIumy7IbkgPrLY0yTR Nickelodeon Paw Patrol has quickly become a favorite of kids everyone. The show focuses on a group of helpful Pups! In this video Paw Patrol's Rubble and Zuma search up and down a river to look for the Sea Monster's treasure. Will Paw Patrol's Rubble and Zuma able to find the Sea Monster and save the treasure? Mighty Wheels Excavator loads a dump truck with dirt - Bulldozer moves dirt by DisneyToysReview http://youtu.be/bj95i4xUVOo Tonka Monster Garbage Crusher - Hero Mashers Spiderman Ironman Transformers Optimus Prime https://youtu.be/dmmDXHQSD4I Just Kidz Construction Vehicles Mighty Machines - Bulldozer Excavator Dump Truck Sand Play https://youtu.be/hFUXmuRN2I8 Playdoh CAT Excavator Mighty Machines - Job Site Machine Set - Mighty Wheels by DisneyToysReview http://youtu.be/ko5B8VOS-IY The Good Dinosaur Butch's Pack - Lot of Dinosaur Toys for Kids - Juguetes de Dinosaurios https://youtu.be/MVEwK4tFrfo DISCLAIMER: The description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support! Although considered a NickJr. cartoon, it airs on Nickelodeon. PAW Patrol is an adventure preschool series starring a pack of six heroic puppies: Chase, Marshall, Rocky, Zuma, Rubble, and Skye, who are led by a tech-savvy 10-year-old boy named Ryder. With a unique blend of problem-solving skills, cool cars and lots of cute doggy humor, the PAW Patrol works together on high-stakes rescue missions to protect the Adventure Bay community. Chase is a serious German Shepherd with the skills of a police dog. Here's how Toys are called in other languages: juegos, juguetes, giocattoli, spielwaren, brinquedos, carrinhos, spielsachen, leker, spielzeug, jouets, speelgoed, 玩具,leksaker, खिलौने, игрушки, đồ chơi, oyuncaklar, zabawki, bréagáin, Παιχνίδια, トイズ, 장난감, ġugarelli, hračky, іграшки. If you want to find Paw Patrol in other languages look for: ,دوريات المخلاب  Helfer auf vier Pfoten, Patrulla de Cachorros, La Patrulla Canina,  La Pat' Patrouille, The Pat 'Patrouille, Patrulla Canina, La squadra dei cuccioli, ,מפרץ ההרפתקאות, A Mancs őrjárat, Psi patrol, Patrulha Canina, Patrulha Pata, Patrula cățelușilor, Щенячий патруль, Ryhmä Hau. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "TRAIN VIDEO COMPILATION WITH CAT CONSTRUCTION CHUGGINGTON THOMAS AND FRIENDS FROM TAKE'N PLAY & MORE" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0N23amwb4a8 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Glow-in-the-dark sharks and other stunning sea creatures | David Gruber
 
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Just a few meters below the waves, marine biologist and explorer-photographer David Gruber discovered something amazing — a surprising new range of sea creatures that glow in many colors in the ocean's dim blue light. Join his journey in search of biofluorescent sharks, seahorses, sea turtles and more, and learn how these light-up creatures could illuminate a new understanding of our own brains. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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People Hear What They See - Beyond the Sea (Clean Language Edit)
 
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This is a couple of clips from Beyond the Sea that I was inspired to put together to make a point that people "Hear What They See." One saying I always tell my vocal students is "If it looks good and it feels good (natural, relaxed, singing), then it sounds good. Notice that sound is last on that. So many singers and choirs perform things without emoting, which is very important. For music educators, the language has been edited to be appropriate for all audiences. There is also the use of alcohol and smoking in this clip. Recommendations for teaching: Set up the showing of this by talking through why performers must look a certain way on stage, why it's important to emote, or any other reason you would show this film. It's better to set this up so the audience can watch with more of a keen eye. Stop at 1:18 and have the viewers reflect on what they just saw and what they thought would have went wrong. Continue after discussion. Stop at 3:30 and ask the viewers if they think Bobby Darin is ready to go on stage and ask what he might have to do in order to be more presentable to the audience to run with the idea, "People hear what they see." Of course, have something planned after for the viewers to immediately work on in order to accomplish successfully. I recommend doing a before and an after video that they, themselves can watch. For example, if you are a choir teacher, record a section of where the students aren't performing very well and then record them. Watch this clip and turn it into a lesson. Give a practice run for the choir emoting through something and then record it by telling them to go all out. Watch both clips and ask them what they would want to see more. There are many things you can do with this. Thank you Lewis Colick and Kevin Spacey for writing this beautiful movie and taking it to the screen so that I may use it for a teaching tool of how we perform and what to think about when doing so for your audience. This can apply to any type of presentation from business to choirs to job interviews and appearance, book reports, etc. "People hear what they see."
Views: 1479 John David Maybury
A History of Hebrew Part 19: The Dead Sea Scrolls
 
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A History of Hebrew DVD available through Amazon.Com - http://www.amazon.com/History-Hebrew-Its-Language-Philosophy/dp/1621370593 --------------------------- This is a segment of a much larger video production that I am working on and am looking for feedback (positive and negative) on the layout and content. ___________________ Between 1947 and 1956, ancient scrolls and fragments of the Hebrew Bible were discovered in caves near the Dead Sea dating to the 1st C. BCE and the 1st C. CE. The manuscripts discovered in the Dead Sea Caves include: All of the Canonical Books of the Hebrew Bible with the exception of the book of Esther. Canonical Books such as Enoch, Jubilees, Tobit and Sirach as well as Psalms that are not part of the 150 Psalms in the Canonical Bible. And Sectarian Books such as , the Community Rule, the War Scroll, the Damascus Document and Peshers, which are commentaries on books of the Bible. There are several different theories on the origin of these texts. The predominating theory is that the scrolls were the work of a Jewish sect called the Essenes who, it is believed, resided in nearby Qumran and that the scrolls were hidden away in the caves to protect them from the advancing Roman army. Other theories for the writers of the scrolls include Early Messianics (often called Christians) or Zadokite Priests. A newer theory, is that the scrolls were from various libraries and synagogues, in Jerusalem, about 15 miles from the caves. One possible reason for the scrolls existence within the caves is that they were placed there for safekeeping when the Jews were fleeing Jerusalem from the advancing Romans. Another possible reason is that according to Jewish Law, any written work that includes the four letter name YHWH, must be buried, it may not be destroyed or discarded. Supporting evidence for this theory is that every book of the Hebrew Bible has been found in the caves with the exception of the book of Esther, the only book in the Hebrew Bible that does not contain the four letter name YHWH. The most famous of the scrolls and fragments found within the Dead Sea Caves is the Isaiah Scroll. While most of the scrolls are fragmented, deteriorating or incomplete, the Isaiah scroll is the only complete scroll found. The life of a scroll depends on its handling and storage, but can be in use by a community for several hundred years. Some Torah Scrolls still in use in synagogues today are over 500 years old. The Isaiah scroll from the Dead Sea Caves has been dated to around 200 BCE. Isaiah wrote his original scroll around 700 BCE and may have been in use up until around 200 BCE. This means that is possible for the Isaiah Scroll from the Dead Sea Caves to be a copy made directly from Isaiah's original scroll. The Isaiah scroll, as well as many other scrolls and fragments from the Dead Sea, are currently on stored and on display in Jerusalem at the Shrine of the Book. ___________________ Narration: Jeff A. Benner Graphics: Jeff A. Benner Images: Peter Koutoupis, Berthold Werner, Wilson44691, Teqoah, Kwz, Albeiro Rodas, Avishai Teicher, Effib, David Roberts, Grauesel, Reuvenk, Liam Quin, Library of Congress, Cory, Sagie Maoz Music: Kevin MacLeod
Views: 27454 Jeff A. Benner
Tagalog (Filipino) Language ANIMALS IN THE SEA
 
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Link to share this video: https://youtu.be/ZcbjgQ7wmWA In this lesson, you will learn the Tagalog names of different sea-dwelling animals. Lesson 16. Animals in the Sea in Tagalog (Filipino Language) 00:11 ISDA (fish) 00:19 PATING (shark) 00:26 BALYENA (whale) 00:34 PAGONG (turtle) 00:41 PUGITA (octopus) 00:50 HIPON (shrimp) 00:57 PAGI (stingray) 01:04 ALIMASAG (crab) 01:13 DIKYA (jellyfish) 01:21 ULANG (lobster) 01:28 IGAT (eel) 01:35 KABIBE (clam) 01:43 TAHONG (mussel) 01:51 TALABA (oyster) ******************************************************************** Thank you for watching! Check out the other lessons in this channel. If you like this video, please give it a thumbs up or leave a comment below. Filipino Language for Beginners | Tagalog for Kids | Filipino Language Lesson | Filipino Language | Philippines | Tagalog | Tagalog Language | Tagalog Words | Filipino Words |
The Bermuda Triangle Mystery Has Been Solved
 
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Scientists May Have Finally Cracked the Greatest Mystery Behind the Bermuda Triangle. How many creepy stories about the disappearing of airplanes and ships in the Bermuda Triangle have you heard? We guess many. It is a large area in the Atlantic Ocean between Florida, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda. This region is notorious for its mysterious phenomena. Huge amounts of ships and planes have disappeared here. Its second name is ‘The devil’s triangle.' All those mythical vanishings happened under unknown and unexplained circumstances. Some of the planes and ships have never been found. There have been many theories about why it all occurs in that area starting from waterspouts to aliens and even sea monsters. But those were only theories... TIMESTAMPS Where is the Bermuda Triangle? 0:22 Theories 0:47 A big incident in 2005 1:40 Stories behind the Bermuda triangle 2:50 The main mystery solved 3:08 SUMMARY - In 1945 five American torpedo bombers and a plane that was sent out to find them vanished without a trace. - 75 aircraft and several hundred ships have been lost. - The latest tragedy happened in 2015 when the cargo ship "El Faro" disappeared in this region. - In 2005 the first Piper-PA airplane disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle. - In 2007 one more Piper-PA airplane disappeared near Berry Island. Many stories are whirling around this area. But now, finally, the mystery behind the Bermuda Triangle, might have been solved. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
Views: 18697889 BRIGHT SIDE
Coca-Cola 'Together Is Beautiful' Commercial
 
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Culturally-diverse Americans sing 'America The Beautiful' in multiple languages. “Together is Beautiful” is the 2016 update of Coke's "It's Beautiful" commercial which originally aired in 2014. For more information, visit http://causemarketing.com/commercial-gallery/coca-cola-americaisbeautiful-campaign-together-beautiful/
Views: 43034 Cause Marketing
Song of the Sea - Lyrics (English)
 
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Edit: Thank you for 1M views! I hope you can all continue to enjoy this amazing song... and sing along too. Song of the Sea by Lisa Hannigan These lyrics are from the official album. LYRICS: Between the here, Between the now Between the North, Between the South Between the West, Between the East Between the time, Between the place From the shell The Song of the Sea Neither quiet nor calm Searching for love again, Mo ghrá (My love) Between the winds, Between the waves Between the sands, Between the shores From the shell The Song of the Sea Neither quiet nor calm Searching for love again, Between the stones, Between the storms Between belief, Between the seas Tá mé i dtiúin (I am in tune) ____ I own nothing in this video except the actual editing itself. Music and lyrics belong to Bruno Coulais and Lisa Hannigan. Song of the Sea is a beautiful movie which deserves more recognition, and that is why I wanted to make this video and share it. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
Views: 1979003 Puldourv