From time to time, I make the occasional language course on Memrise. One of the things I want to start adding to my courses are videos from the "real world" that contain some of the words in the course because I personally find this extra exposure to the word(s) to be hugely beneficial to the learning process. I know Google's Advanced Search can be used to search by format (e.g., image, video, etc.) and by domain (e.g., www.youtube.com), but the results have been less than optimal. Using my most recent attempt as an example, I wanted to find a video that contained as many of the following words as possible:
дороже легче тише моложе богаче чище ближе больше выше глубже дальше дешевле короче меньше ниже хуже реже слаще старше старее тоньше уже лучше худее шире длиннее беднее милее интереснее позже
I used a "look for any of these words" type of search (the kind separated by the "OR" operator). Below is a screenshot of what was returned for me after filtering this search to return just videos:
The return puzzles me a bit and makes me wonder what causes certain videos to "float to the top." Clearly, there's got to be a better match for what it is I'm looking for. I tried the search using an "all of these words" type of search, but that returned absolutely nothing for me. I also just tried typing these into the regular Google search field, with and without quotation marks, but nothing was returned for either of these searches.
Is there some way of searching for videos (or anything else for that matter) and getting some idea of the relevance return? In other words, is there some search engine out there that can tell me something like ...
... of the 30 words you searched for 10 of them are found in this video.
Even better, it would list which words were found. At this point, however, I'd be grateful for any search that could just return more relevant searches for me. A music video that contains just a couple of the words repeated over and over doesn't serve my needs all that well and makes me think that it got to the top due to some sort of search engine optimization based on some sort of popularity algorithm. I don't need something that's popular. I need something that is truly relevant. Any suggestions or ideas for me?