Hello! My name is Martin. I teach English in Paris which is the biggest French city. It’s down to the south. There is only one school class each year. Sometimes, we are required to mix classes across multiple grade levels. However, this isn’t about our hardships. Our school is the least attended in the area, they want to reduce its size to a parking lot so that all students have the chance to take buses to the main school district. They’ll guarantee me work at a higher rate in the event that school is shut down. I’m okay with this.
We continue to study while we study. Our favorite thing to do is choose the most interesting videos on Youtube, and then translate them into our own language. Sometimes, it’s a challenge because we might encounter slang, slur, or bad language. We steer clear of those and go to others. These could be news about TV shows, celebrities, actors, and celebrities. Other times the rap starts. We’d frequently encounter uninteresting speech, so I started to prepare videos at my home and censor them in some manner. Additionally, I select the best ones with more interesting conversation, less insinuations and not just curse words. We don’t have internet at school due to the fact that we live away from the internet towers. Sometimes plans to stream Youtube videos are canceled due to this fact.
I began downloading videos from Youtube before the class. This allowed me to prescreen the language and improve the overall effectiveness of the lesson. If it’s not, I just keep it. If it isn’t deleted, I remove it and move on to the next. I usually download between 10 and 15 videos for each lesson. It also effectively removes ads from the video, which is extremely beneficial as I do not want my kids to see my ads that are shown to me at home, it’s privacy violations in my opinion. In the knowing that I won’t be able to use all the video clips, I threw the equivalent of 1.5 and 2 hours of video. Children are cruel. Sometimes they will berate certain videos, and others welcome them.
The process I use to prepare my playlist is easy. The process is simple. I go to YouTube and search for the videos that I wish to download, and then add them to a playlist I keep private. Then, I copy the URL for the video playlist and then go to one of three websites that I believe will help. Convertio is the first one, followed by Y2mate. If none of these work to help, I’ll then attempt 2conv. The third one is usually the last to try as it can be helpful with German videos, so it’s very strictly for my situation only, but it doesn’t like playlists. Convertio works great with the video playlists. It offers all the videos it contains and suggests you go one-by-one downloading the original videos or converting them to mp3/mp4 format. Convertio is safe, has no ads, at most – for now and comes in a variety of languages, which makes it beneficial to many people across the globe.
Although Y2mate is often my second option, there are occasions when it’s my first choice. It’s not a big difference. But, I don’t like the numerous redirects and advertising used by Y2mate. It’s a bit commercial and difficult to use and distracts with popups. Similar to 2conv. However, they’re not as static and therefore more tasteful. They can be translated into other languages, but not as many as the first. These are more secure, but they could still be dangerous and potentially malware if you agree to their ads. Be cautious if this is what you select. They also offer less sites where you can download videos and then convert them into mp3 or MP4, so don’t be surprised if they do not provide this service.
In the end, I prefer to collaborate with more famous people than new websites. The ones that have proven their ability to survive are active despite constant scrutiny from labels and authorities. I appreciate being able to be certain that the website I like to use remains online. My Youtube to mp3 converter was a success. It’s worth a shot.