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Sarah Michelle Gellar is learning Spanish by watching dubbed repeats of "Buffy"

dimanche 10 août 2008, par Webmaster

Sarah Michelle Gellar is learning Spanish by watching dubbed repeats of ’Buffy The Vampire Slayer’.

The 31-year-old blonde actress - who played the deadly slayer in the hit US TV show from 1997 to 2003 - claims the unique language practice is working for her.

She is quoted as saying : "That’s actually how I learn some of my Spanish, by watching the ’Buffy’ reruns which are dubbed in Spanish.

"I can understand Spanish really well, but I have trouble communicating. I don’t know how to structure the sentences. So I found that by watching stuff that I knew it’s an easier way to work on the language."

Sarah Michelle jokingly added : "I sound pretty good on the show in Spanish, I have to say !"

Since leaving ’Buffy The Vampire Slayer’, Sarah Michelle has starred in movies including ’The Grudge’, ’Suburban Girl’ and ’Southland Tales’.


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  • When my currently 8 year old son was growing up, I intentionally put closed captioning on the tv whenever he came over to visit. Now he is a great reader and when I ask him, do you want me to turn off the CC he says no daddy leave it on. I truly believe it helped him become the reader he is today and although I do not take full credit, I’d like to think that I at least did a good thing by turning on the CC for my son as he was growing up.

    SMG (besides being a Goddess) is absolutely correct in that if you want help with your foreign language skills, just turn on the language of your choice for the audio while you are watching your show and sit back and listen to Buffy speak French. Oo, la, la mes ami.

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