Films and cinema

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We’ve practiced a lot of vocabulary related to films and cinema while playing a fun game:

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Here is the most important vocabulary:

ACTION FILM

COMEDY

HORROR FILM

MUSICAL

THRILLER

WESTERN

AUDIENCE

CAST

EXTRA

PLOT

SCENE

SCRIPT

SOUND-TRACK

SPECIAL EFFECTS

STAR

SUB-TITLES

TO BE SET

TO BE BASED ON

TO BE SHOT

TO PLAY THE PART OF

SCIENCE FICTION

DIRECTOR

SEQUEL

AWARD

TO BE DUBBED INTO

Since the guys are very competitive, there was another chance to win: the CINEMA QUIZ:

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In the end everyone was happy 🙂

Common mistakes

He’s not the principal character- He’s not the main character

the problem only solves at the end of the film- The problem gets solved only at the end of the film

I prefer see a Spanish film- I prefer watching a Spanish film

normally when start a film- Normally, when a film starts

I haven’t buy- I haven’t bought

in TV-…

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