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lukey296

Here is HUGE collection of Simplified Chinese/English subtitle ANKI flashcards from most of my favourite TV shows (around 600,000)

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edelweis

thanks for sharing these :)

which ones are Chinese tv series ?

and about the foreign series, are those official translations, or internet volunteer translations?

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lukey296

No worries. These are all American/British TV shows and are from public subtitle sites, so I can assume most are volunteer translations. 

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lukey296

No worries. These are all American/British TV shows and are from public subtitle sites, so I can assume most are volunteer translations. 

 

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abcdefg

Very nice; thanks! I wish some were Chinese TV series.

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lukey296

Yeah, me too. It's just unfortunately very tough to find soft subs for Chinese shows, maybe impossible. The good thing about these though is that the English lines are often very memorable or funny, which makes the words in context a lot easier to memorise.

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realmayo

Thanks for finding a translation of Snotboogie! :clap

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Prodigal Son

I'm years late but this is amazing. Thanks for offering this with download links!

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jeff_wiwa

Hoping this might still be available ... link doesn't seem to work :(

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edelweis

If you want these files please download them now.

I will delete the attachments in a few days.

Also, if you're interested in keeping them available for everybody,

please upload them somewhere (not on Chinese-Forums) and post a link.

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HuayangAcademy

Great work guys, will Add to the school library, 

I'll try upload them to a public drive for anyone to use

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