Total Recall 1080p Dual Audio English Hindi
If you want to know why I claim it was mostly created by a non-native, I will point out the following reasons: The language used in the video is a combination of both English and Hindi with a touch of Urdu, which is in itself considered a vernacular language within the country and India. The video talks about a modern concept of education and learning. Both the video and subtitles are highly enthusiastic about the concept of education and learning. The video gives students an academic idea of the course of their studies through various learning theory concepts. The video doesn’t use any native language within the video. That’s why you wouldn’t find a native speaker of the language in the video itself. The video isn’t structured around a native speaker making you understand the concept from a native speaker’s perspective. In fact, the teacher and/or the script writers/authors made sure that the concepts are presented in a way that a person familiar with the topic can understand them. There is no pronunciation guide. That’s why the videos are written in vernacular instead of having a native speaker recording and correcting the audio files.
As a result of the end of the Cold War, Europe’s former Soviet bloc members democratized at an unprecedented rate, and with that, an unprecedented number of foreign students enrolled in European universities. Though enrolled to gain access to higher education, most European students had previously been exposed to another culture which led to a long immersion in its language. Their foreign-language faculty, insufficient to meet the needs of these students, combated the absence of specialized resources by creating orientation videos available in multiple languages. In response, European academic libraries began to produce orientation videos in the vernacular of foreign students. In fact, according to a 2016 survey of the 25 universities with the highest enrollments of foreign students in the United Kingdom, the three most popular video formats were online videos in the vernacular of the students’ home countries (“over the internet” videos), videos in the vernacular of their home countries (“local” videos), and videos in both formats (“local and internet” videos) (Glantz et al, 2015). Though the number of these videos provided by individual libraries fluctuated according to curricular needs, there was a general consensus that the more videos provided, the greater the likelihood that the English language orientation videos would be used by those students. d8a7b2ff72
imdb rating: 6.3 duration: 1h 58min genre: action,adventure,sci-fi release date: 3 august 2012 (usa) director: len wiseman film stars: colin farrell,bokeem woodbine,bryan cranston language: hindi + english quality/size: bluray 480p [455mb] 720p [717mb] movie plot: a factory worker, douglas quaid, begins to suspect that he is a spy after visiting recall a company that provides its clients with implanted fake memories of a life they would like to have led goes wrong and he finds himself on the run.
inclusion criteria: wheelchair users 6 h/day during normal waking hours, more or equal to 18 years of age, report of physician confirmed diagnosis of multiple sclerosis or spinal cord injury, absence of cognitive impairment on the telephone interview of cognitive statusmodified (ticsm), score more or equal to 20, able to give written, informed consent, able to speak and understand conversational english, health insurance or pending health insurance (any kind), available for the full 6 months of the study, able to complete carecall training call, living in a private residence of any kind
the individualized assessment and treatment program (iatp) employed a functional analysis of participants' behaviour as assessed by the ivr system during the 2week pretreatment experiencesampling period. the situations that each participant encountered during experience sampling monitoring were reconstructed from the monitoring data, along with accompanying mood states, cognitive appraisals and coping actions taken. a functional analysis chart with this information was prepared by a research assistant and delivered to the therapist prior to the first iatp treatment session. iatp sessions focused on training 4 basic coping skills sets in each situation: avoidance, escape, environmental modification, and personal coping. sessions 1 to 3 were devoted to analysing the highrisk situations shown in the personalised functional analysis chart. coping skills training initially addressed identification and avoidance of the participant's specific highrisk situations. for situations that could not be avoided, training included skills such as environmental modification, drink refusal and assertiveness specifically tailored for dealing with the identified highrisk situations, escape from highrisk situations, and 'personal coping'. homework was individualised, and built on information revealed in the functional analysis chart, as well as other situations recalled by the participant.