When watching a video on Netflix or Youtube, I can usually easily understand English conversations.
However, when it comes to real conversations among native speakers, I sometimes cannot even understand what they are talking about at all. I assume it’s partly because of the lack of common knowledge, but I often cannot simply pick up their sounds and words because, to me, it sounds like they are mumbling.
So, I’m looking for videos, social media, and other types of resources where I can immerse myself in very casual and real English conversations among native speakers.
I would appreciate it if you could tell me good ones.
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As you assumed, I have already tried watching movies and videos on a daily basis on Netflix and Amazon Prime, and I can usually follow the conversations without subtitles. (I check subtitles only when they use words I don't know.)
I suppose I can say, in terms of understanding conversations in movies, I have no problem because they are pronounced clearer than conversations in real life.
So, I guess my largest problem is understanding very casual pronunciation in real conversations, not in movies, and I wanted to ask where I can listen to real-life native conversations online.