1. Grace + Paul

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    filmed and edited by - Fred Lee music by Local Natives - Who Knows Who Cares

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    • BREAK UP NOT(E) long trailer

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      French language, English subtitles. Fiction, web drama. Genre : romantic comedy. Subject : "what is breaking up", showed through different characters and situations, in a sometimes colorful sometimes colorless Parisian landscape. This is a presentation of the serie (mixed images from episode 01 and episode 02) as a portfolio, waiting for the final edited version (with better sound). Just for this trailer musical background, we used "Je ne sais pas" by Joyce Jonathan and "Under the sakura tree" by Paradox.

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      • Learn to Read and Write in Korean

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        This video 7-part course is brought to you by the team at http://talktomeinkorean.com to help you learn how to read and write in Hangeul, the Korean writing system. Many people think it will be difficult to learn, but you can actually learn to recognize the sounds that Korean words represent very quickly. Take this course to completely learn to read Hangeul.

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        • Part 8 - How to Write Hangeul

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          In this additional part, you will learn how Korean letters should be written when you write them in handwriting.

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          • Part 1 - Basic Vowels of Hangeul

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            This video 7-part course is brought to you by the team at http://talktomeinkorean.com to help you learn how to read and write in Hangeul, the Korean writing system. In Part 1, you will learn some of the most basic vowels used in the Korean writing system, and some efficient ways to remember them.

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            • Part 3 - More Consonants of Hangeul

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              This video 7-part course is brought to you by the team at http://talktomeinkorean.com to help you learn how to read and write in Hangeul, the Korean writing system. In Part 3, you will learn some more consonants that are used in the Korean writing system.

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              • Part 7 - Review & Practice

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                This video 7-part course is brought to you by the team at http://talktomeinkorean.com to help you learn how to read and write in Hangeul, the Korean writing system. In Part 7, you can review and practice what you've learned so far using real Korean words that are frequently used on a daily basis.

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                • Part 6 - "Final Consonants" in Hangeul

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                  This video 7-part course is brought to you by the team at http://talktomeinkorean.com to help you learn how to read and write in Hangeul, the Korean writing system. In Part 6, you will learn how the "batchims (final consonants in syllables)" work and how to pronounce them.

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                  • Part 5 - "Y" in Hangeul

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                    This video 7-part course is brought to you by the team at http://talktomeinkorean.com to help you learn how to read and write in Hangeul, the Korean writing system. In Part 5, you will learn how to create the "y" sound in the Korean writing system.

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                    • Part 4 - Compound Vowels of Hangeul

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                      This video 7-part course is brought to you by the team at http://talktomeinkorean.com to help you learn how to read and write in Hangeul, the Korean writing system. In Part 4, you will learn how to form and read compound vowels in the Korean writing system.

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