Since y’all seem to speak french, what french media do you enjoy consuming? I.e. youtube channels, blogs, music, whatever.
I would like to improve my skills :)
Thanks y'all for your input! It's gonna take me a bit to work through that 😊
@irimi1 nota Bene on YouTube is a nice history channel
@electret Thank you, that’s perfect! A channel on interesting topics which has subtitles for everything 👌
@irimi1 @electret I was going to recommend you "Bref." https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlFikkv2B2ffwYiFQJmcao3RKtw1DFMz5 But in the comment : "I was trying to learn French and someone recommended me this...
I understood like 3% of everything
.... man he talks fast" Soo I'm not so sure ahahah. There's Cyrus North too, he speaks about Philosophy
@irimi1 On YouTube checkout game spectrum for video games, alt236 for pop culture things. In music for learning French I like to recommend some old French rap for learning people, like L’école du micro d’argent by IAM or Prose Combat by Solaar. They are intelligible and write very nice texts.
@thomasorus Cool, thank you! alt236 sadly only has english subtitles which throws me off too far as it turns out. But I’m excited to listen to the music. So far I know only Irie Revoltés which make a german/english/french mixture of lyrics and stuff like Manau or Les Trucs from my french courses at school :D
@irimi1 DANS LA VALLÉE OOOH OOOOH DE DANA LALILALALA
@irimi1 « le fossoyeur de films » for movies and Nexus VI for sci-fi specifically.
You’ve already been suggested Nota Bene, you can also watch « Avides de recherches » for history. « C’est une autre histoire » for art history.
There are always more, of course.
Good luck 🙏
@irimi1 Youtube sadly, but only a few youtubers. Otherwise french IRC
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