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All features and supplements in languages other than English include optional English subtitles. With a few exceptions English-language features include optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing (SDH).




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A Chosen Child (選ばれし子供 Erabareshi kodomo; plural: 選ばれし子供たち Erabareshi kodomo-tachi; Dub: DigiDestined/Chosen Kid[1]) is a type of Tamer that has been specifically "chosen" by a higher power of the Digital World (or similar alternate reality) to defend both that world and their own world from some sort of threat. They are partnered with a partner Digimon (or similar life-form), are capable of making their partner temporarily evolve to fight threats to the worlds and, usually, possess a Digivice.


In the reboot Digimon Adventure:, the "DigiDestined" term is not used on-screen. Instead, when Izumi Koshiro becomes a Chosen Child in "Tokyo Digital Crisis", his laptop displays the message "The Choosen[sic] One". (The official English subtitles released on Crunchyroll also translate the term as "Chosen Ones".) The "DigiDestined" term is still used on some promotional material for Adventure: within Japan.[2]


Homeostasis (possessing Hikari) reveals to them that it had chosen them to become Chosen Children because they had all been present for a battle between Koromon and a wild Parrotmon in Hikarigaoka in 1995. Specifically, it chose Taichi and Hikari because they had caused Koromon to evolve from a Digitama that appeared in their house into a Greymon; and it chose the other six because, when it scanned their data, it noticed that they all had something unidentified in common with Taichi and Hikari. Homeostasis and its agents, including Gennai, then created the Digitama of their partner Digimon, their Digivices, and their Crests and Tags based on the scanned data.[3]


Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna explores the ultimate fate of Chosen Children and their partner Digimon. As Menoa Bellucci and Gennai explain, the reason that it is children who are chosen to have partner Digimon is that children have limitless possibilities for what they can become, and it is these possibilities and the growth of children that produces massive amounts of energy, enabling their partner Digimon to evolve. However, the choices that one must make in life as one grows up begin to narrow those possibilities and diminish the power of the relationship between Chosen Child and Digimon. Once that power is completely gone, the partnership ends, the partner Digimon disappears completely, and the Chosen Child's Digivice is fossilized.


Netflix accounts can default to the English language version instead of the original audio with subtitles. If you want subtitles instead that's easy to fix. Here's how to change the subtitle settings in Netflix and watch all your favourite foreign language shows as they were intended.


Tap or click the button to bring up the list of options. For Dark for example you want to switch the language to German and the subtitles to English (that's if you're an English speaker wanting to watch in Dark's original German obviously). If it's Lupin, that's French language and subtitles English.


If you're now ready to remove the subtitles, tried and they're still not disappearing then it could be for a variety of reasons. Older Smart TVs sometimes have these issues. You can go on another device and remove them if this is the case.


On the website, select the Speech Bubble icon and select the language you want. In the app, press the options button on your controller or remote and go to Subtitles to enable subtitles on Amazon Prime or turn off Prime Video subtitles.


In the web player, go to the Subtitle settings to see the available languages for your content. To automatically set the default language for subtitles, change the default language in your device settings.


You can specify language settings for your Plex account related to how audio and subtitle tracks are chosen when playing media from a Plex Media Server (both one you run yourself as well as a shared server). These can be accessed under the Audio & Subtitle Settings section of your account profile.


Article 6All films must be presented in their original language, with French subtitles. By "original language" is meant the language in which a film is or will be exhibited in its country of origin.It is for the Board of Directors to decide whether or not a film that does not exactly meet this criterion may participate in the Festival.French films must be subtitled in English on the print. All subtitling expenses are to be met by the film's producer. Moreover, all films with dialogues in a language other than English or French will be electronically subtitled in English. The screening of those subtitles will be operated by the Festival service provider.


Films chosen to be part of the Official Selection agree to use the "2023 Official Selection" logotype of the Festival de Cannes on all publicity. What is more, when publicising awards, the award winners and distribution companies agree to use the exact wording of the awards as set out in the logo guidelines of the Festival de Cannes. The Festival de Cannes' logo guidelines are available on the official website.


This wikiHow teaches you how to turn on subtitles in a YouTube video, using a computer, phone or tablet. Some videos on YouTube include official, community-contributed or auto-translated subtitles or closed captions. You may be able to enable official or auto-translated subtitles in English or other languages in many videos.


Essentially, subtitles assume an audience can hear the audio, but need the dialogue provided in text form as well. Meanwhile, closed captioning assumes an audience cannot hear the audio and needs a text description of what they would otherwise be hearing.


The videos produced by Thy Kingdom Come can be used as resources by Churches, prayer groups, families, schools and more. In a few quick steps you can find extra content including subtitles, transcripts and translations.


Thy Kingdom Come videos are always subtitled in English. In many cases, however, subtitles are also available in translation to other languages too. This is because Thy Kingdom Come is an international campaign with participation from all around the world. These translations can be useful for bi-lingual and multi-lingual churches, communities, schools and families.


There are two ways to find translated subtitles of a video. The first is by changing the language of the website: this is most suitable to people searching for subtitles in their native language. The second is via the YouTube menu: this is most suitable to those looking for subtitles or translations in a language other than their own, or in several different languages. The first option is available for French, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Swahili and Korean. Welsh, Urdo and Arabic translations are only available through the second method.


Then go to the Videos page. Any videos with subtitles in the chosen language are shown first in the videos list. When you click on a video it will automatically show the subtitles in the chosen language, if they are available.


Then you go to the Subtitles menu. In the above example it there are 7 subtitles to choose from - the menu says "Subtitles/CC (7)". When you click this menu item you would see 7 languages to choose from.


You can use transcripts as a translation separate to the subtitles: for example, in a Canadian church there could be video subtitles in English for hard of hearing people and a also translation into French printed on paper (or vice versa).


Changing the transcript language does not affect the subtitle language, so you can click on a line in Swahili and it will take you to that section of the video with, for example, English text equivalent in the subtitles. This can be useful if you wish to just show a small section of the video and provide a translation of just that section.


When you enable subtitles and captions, you'll be offered the chance to choose between English and English (CC). The close captions feature both dialogue and various descriptions, such as sound effects and musical cues, while the English option contains only the dialogue.


The first thing to ask yourself if you want to start watching a movie for English learning is this: Should I put on the subtitles, or not?Is it best to learn by naturally hearing the conversations in the movie, or would I get more lessons if I read the dialogue while watching?We researched it for you. It turns out that several studies have highlighted the importance of turning on those subtitles for maximum effectiveness of English learning through movies.


What is the difference between the two? And more importantly, what would help me more in learning English?The Difference Between Native and English Subtitles Since more movies are trying to be more inclusive and global, they are also being translated to not just one but many languages. For example, the 1979 film Jesus has been translated to more than 1,000 languages and counting, making it the most translated film of all time according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Aside from translations, subtitles of various languages are also on the rise. There are two important types of subtitles in learning English through movies: your native subtitle and English subtitles. Native subtitles are subtitles that use the language you grew up speaking. For example, if you grew up in China, native subtitles would be Mandarin Chinese.


One of the main advantages of watching films with English subtitles is that you not only learn speaking through hearing, you also learn English by reading. Reading is one of the core skills of learning a language. English subtitles in movies will also give you a unique opportunity of learning through reading because there are two simultaneous aspects of language learning in one activity. One is listening to English language cues through situational viewing and one through reading while observing the situation unfold. Overall, this unique opportunity trains the brain to read and comprehend fast. Watching movies repeatedly with English subtitles will eventually lead to faster reading skills and sharper comprehension levels. Example: The movie The Social Network is known for its fast-paced dialogue. It is written by Aaron Sorkin, a screenwriter known for his rapid-fire narrative and extended dialogue. Watching this movie with English subtitles is a good example of how you can greatly improve the speed of your reading and the depth of your comprehension. 041b061a72


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