Good news! From today, Exit Languages has a new channel on YouTube. In the spirit of an FAQ, here are the answers to a few questions you may be asking yourself
Q: Where can I find this Channel?
Q: What can I find there?
Right now there are three playlists of films available on YouTube. One is a collection of Sherlock Holmes, another is of early Hitchcock and the other is classic Science-Fiction. You can see the contents of a playlist by clicking on it and return to the main screen with the “Back to Playlists” link.
Q: Are there any subtitles?
Most of the films don’t have subtitles, although some do have Closed Captions. In practice, these don’t seem to work very well … on the bright side, many of the Sci-Fi films don’t need subtitles as they are so simple to follow
Q: What are your plans?
In time, the plan is to add our own content as we explore all the possibilities (and learn how to do all the funky technical things). At the same time, we want to take advantage of what YouTube has to offer in terms of films and other content.
Q: Do you take requests?
Yes, if you mean “ideas for new playlists or content”. No, if you mean “sing Born This Way once again, just for me”. You can leave ideas here or on the channel page.
Q: This is fantastic news! How can I subscribe to your channel?
Thank you! Actually, it’s easy, but you need a YouTube account first, or you can also sign in with any Google account. On the Channel Page, you’ll see yellow buttons with Subscribe on them. Now, any time we add a new video, you’ll be the first to know!
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