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Dora and Friends: Into the City! (also called Dora and Friends) is an American educational animated television series. A sequel to the original Dora the Explorer . NYC friends: Meet Dora at El Museo del Barrio this weekend! realestateforms.info 1QlA3YE. Dora sure has a lot of friends! Learn more about Dora, Boots, and the rest of the crew in this interactive and informative game.
It is presented in French-English, with Dora and Boots called Babouche speaking French and other protagonists speaking and answering in English. The characters speak Filipino and some English, Dora teaches English in this version.
German — The German language version broadcasts on the German branch of Nickelodeon. The bilingualism is German-English. It broadcasts on Nickelodeon and Star Channel. The bilingualism is Greek-English.
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Dora and Boots called Botas speak Greek and other protagonists speak and answer in English. The bilingualism is Hebrew-English. Hindi — In the Hindi language version, Dora and the other characters speak Hindi.
It broadcasts on Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. Dora teaches the viewers English words and numbers. Hungarian — In the Hungarian language version, Dora and the other characters speak Hungarian with some English words or phrases. It broadcasts on Nickelodeon Hungary.
The bilingualism is Indonesian-English. The bilingualism is Irish-Spanish with Dora and Boots speaking in Irish and some other characters speaking Spanish as in the original American version.
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Italian — The Italian language version broadcasts on Cartoonito and on Nickelodeon. The bilingualism is Italian-English. The series is called Dora l'esploratrice "Dora the Explorer". Most characters speak Italian, but some characters and especially Dora's parents and backpack speak English along with Italian.
Japanese — The Japanese language version broadcasts on Nick Japan. The bilingualism is Japanese-English, with Dora and Boots speaking Japanese and other protagonists speaking and answering in English. Kannada — The Kannada language version broadcasts on Chintu TV and is a very popular program on that network. Hindi is the second language in this version.
The title is "Hi Dora" and is introduced by a real person whose name is Dami — she introduces key English vocabulary for each episode. The episode is primarily in Korean with some English.
The bilingualism is Macedonian-English.
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Malay — The Malay language version broadcasts on TV9. The bilingualism is Malay-English. Dora speaks primarily in Malay, and the secondary language is English. Norwegian — In the Norwegian language version, the bilingualism is Norwegian-English.
Polish — The Polish language version broadcasts on Nickelodeon in Poland. The bilingualism is Polish-English. On Nickelodeon Brazilthe show is called Dora a Aventureira, and Dora and Boots called Boots in the Portuguese version and Botas in the Brazilian version speak Portuguese, while the other protagonists speak and answer in English. Some Portuguese episodes are available on DVD. The bilingualism is Russian-English. The series is called Dasha-sledopyt "Dasha the Pathfinder".
Dasha is the children's name of Daria Darya. Her backpack full of magical items has been replaced by a fashionable charm bracelet, for instance, and, instead of calling on a singing map to guide the way, she clicks Map App on her electronic device.
Also, at various points, she's still able to talk with animals and visit magical lands, which is always fun. Add to that the fact that the show is visually appealing and its fast-paced action is often set to music, and it's a safe bet kids will like this new installment of Dora's adventures.
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Continue reading Show less Talk to your kids about Families can talk about what being part of a community means. What different roles do people play in your community? Why is each one important? What communities do you belong to? What evidence do you see of Dora's Latino culture in these stories? Are any of them familiar to you? Does your family have any traditions that reflect your own heritage?