This may be a better link for Turkish Peppa Pig Türkçe
I didn't count closely but this channel has about 15 hours, and the two channels listed look like they have 3-5 hours. I note in passing that for people learning Korean, there are more than 200 hours available. I wonder how many hours of Peppa Pig actually exist ...
420 episodes x 5 minutes = 35 hrs
Peppa Pig transcripts from the first study (243 episodes, 20 hrs, 120,000 running words or 300 pages of text) contain around 5000 unique words. Around 25% of these belong to the "A1" curriculum.
Assimil (B2) = around 2000 words. Assimil is about 3 hours long so most vocabulary will not be recycled through different sentences.
Pimsleur 1-3 = 45 hours, 600 unique words.
New Glossika (A1 - C1) = 5000 words.
"No one has rated most TV shows for sentence complexity but if A1 can be described as simple sentences with a maximum of 2 clauses, 70% + of Peppa may be rated A1-A2. Basically, children's shows like Peppa Pig, Caillou etc. offer a great opportunity to recycle massive amounts of basic vocabulary in simple contexts. Kipper is even easier.
Animated shows like Remi will have a discrete percentage of more complex sentences and will invariably include numerous chunks, formulemes and some pure idioms. Close to 100 percent of such material should be useful for anyone aiming at B2+"
Reineke in someone's log.
Cartoons that Make A Difference: A Linguistic Analysis of Peppa Pig
Article (PDF Available) · January 2019
"The present paper examines the vocabulary contained in the British animated programme Peppa Pig and investigates whether the vocabulary included is frequent but also appropriate for beginner learners of English. It also examines if there is any formulaic language in it. Comparison with the BNC wordlist and with the CYLET and EVP wordlists for beginners suggests that one fifth of the English vocabulary contained in the show is frequent and that a small amount of it overlaps with the proposed vocabulary lists of CYLET and EVP for A1 level. Therefore, the majority of the vocabulary contained in the show is mainly infrequent but still appropriate while the in-depth analysis of selective episodes showed amplitude of formulaic language in the show and plenty repetition of it."https://www.researchgate.net/publicatio ... _Peppa_Pig
VOCABULARY UPTAKE FROM PEPPA PIG: A CASE STUDY OF PRESCHOOL EFL LEARNERS IN GREECE
"This chapter presents a small-scale case study that investigated the influence of comic series in English as a foreign language (EFL) vocabulary acquisition. To that aim, Greek preschoolers watched a set of episodes of the Peppa Pig comic series in English and then they discussed the plot and the heroes with their teacher in Greek. No explicit teaching of the English language or vocabulary included in the comic series took place. Following that, the children were tested in a child-friendly way in order to measure the receptive English vocabulary they were exposed to in the specific episodes of the comic series. Results indicate the significant contribution of comic series in EFL students' receptive vocabulary but also in vocabulary development in general.
"Overwhelmingly the vocabulary comprised high frequency words with 86% from the first 1,000 most frequent words in English and a further 6% from the second 1,000 most frequent words. The vocabulary contained in the four episodes appeared to be highly concrete and imageable as defined by Milton (2009). The results of the uptake of the target words is shown in Table 16-2 below. Preschoolers could remember about half of the target vocabulary in each episode and about one third of the total 21 target words without explicit instruction but merely by watching the episodes. If this were to be true of all the words in the corpus compiled for this study, then it suggests that these learners may have acquired some 200 different English words within a period of a little less than an hour and a half. Nothing in the literature suggests uptake as impressive as this among older L2 learners or even among L1 learners. This, in turn, can imply that if these words were then formally instructed, contextualized and practised through activities, the results could be even more impressive."https://www.researchgate.net/publicatio ... AI_ALEXIOU
After completing 95 lessons of Assimil, additional vocabulary study, and 60 days of listening a "guy on Reddit" (mehehe) reported being able to understand around 90 pct of a random Peppa Pig cartoon.https://forum.language-learners.org/vie ... 8&p=133181