This is a captions in spanish video from Fotolia which is a collection of original images and short films from around the world. The videos are generally between 1-5 minutes and are very informative. It is a must-see if you are curious about the world or simply trying to learn about something.

The videos are from a variety of different languages, but the subtitles are all in English. So you will have to watch the video twice to see the subtitles.

I’m not even sure if you can watch the video with the subtitles. Maybe this is a bad idea, but if you are fluent in Spanish and have limited knowledge of other languages, it’s a good idea to watch the video with a native speaker.

Although I’m no expert in the subject, I can recommend that you try out your own subtitles. The subtitles for every video is very easy to use. You can change the language and subtitles and see them in your language.

If you want a video tutorial on how to use captions, you can check out our How to use subtitles section.

As a native Spanish speaker, I can understand the text better than some of my American friends. What I can’t understand though, is the subtitles. Like I said, it’s just easier to watch the video with the speaker.

What I can understand however is the subtitles, and it is a bit tricky to translate them. Usually there is a preface explaining what is going on, to which your eyes have a tendency to take more of a leap of faith than you do. In these videos, the subtitles are mostly in English. That’s fine if you are not a Spanish speaker, but you will still have to translate them.

The subtitles are in English, but they are in Spanish. Thats fine if you are a speaker of Spanish, but you will still have to translate them.

So, if you are interested in translating all of these captions, you can find some of them in Spanish here. Of course, these captions are in English, there is no need to translate them, but the video description will still need translation.

The only problem is if you like to write captions, you will need to translate them as well.