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Guillermina y Candelario
Un pez mágico - Part 1
Guillermina y Candelario
Un pez mágico - Part 1 - Set 1
Using hints Had mistakes Required replays Delayed response Using slow play Using translation
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Guillermina y Candelario — Un pez mágico - Part 1
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Patent No.: US 10796594B1
- Using translation, type in the original Spanish caption from the video.
- Easier if you have previously watched the video.
- You must enter everything correctly before moving on
- You will get feedback as you type:
- an unattempted word
- a correct letter
- an accent is missing or incorrect
- incorrect capitalization
- an incorrect letter
- __ or __
- missing letters
For help with any unattempted word or incorrect letter, click on it
- Type Enter/Return to continue to next section when you see the CAPTION REPORT after you have completed typing the caption.
- If your are stuck, the grey arrow button will completely finish the translation for you automatically.
- Reveal Translation After Completion
- Sound Effects
- Color For Wrong Accent
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Dictation is a valuable language learning device that has been used for centuries. Although linguists have not completely understood how it facilitates language acquisition--it would be extremely difficult to isolate the language competencies that are employed--many have attested to its pedagogical value. One of the 20th century's most influential linguists, Leonard Bloomfield (1942), strongly endorsed the use of dictation as a learning device. Today, many methodologists are at least inclined to agree with Finocchiaro's (1969) summary of its value: "[Dictation] ensures attentive listening; it trains pupils to distinguish sounds; it helps fix concepts of punctuation; it enables pupils to learn to transfer oral sounds to written symbols; it helps to develop aural comprehension; and it assists in self-evaluation."
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