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Vocabulary: let's go to the cinema!
When arriving in front of a cinema/ movie theatre you must first choose your film. You may have made your choice on a magazine ( "What's on?") or on the Internet. In all cases, you'll have to stand in the line ( to queue up) corresponding to the film you have chosen.
Entering the movie theatre, you may be surprised by its size and by that of the screen.
A cinema/ a movie theatre Cinema/ movie ticket
To stand in line/ to queue up
A film/ a reel
|Film posters||A trailer|
A cinema/ A movie theatre
|A curtain||The screen||A projector|
|Cinema seats||A booster cushion||A cup-holder|
In order to make a good, or if possible a perfect film, many people give their best for their future audience:
| to shoot a film||a film director|
| to direct a film || to release a film |
| to dub||a subtitle|
| a shooting|| a film maker |
|a producer||a technician|
|an extra||a scriptwriter|
|a camera operator||a make-up artist|
|a costume designer||a propsmaster|
|a stuntman||a stunt|
|the lead actor/ actress||the supporting role/part|
|a minor role||the cast|
When you want to watch a foreign film, you have to make a choice between two possibilities:
- You may choose a film where the dialogues are dubbed, which means that you can hear the dialogues in your own language, while you can't really lip-read them.
- Or, you may choose to follow the film in its original language, in O. V. (in the "original version" ), listening to "the original soundtrack" .
This film is subtitled
There are many types of films:
Black and White films
|A science fiction film = Sci-fi||A film of adventure||A film of action||A western|
A love story
|A thriller||A war-film||A detective story|
A horror film
A children's film
= The last words of a film
When a film is out, is released/ is shown/ is on, it's watched carefully by critics writing reviews. Then the film may become a success, a hit/ a blockbuster or a flop
Here you are! Now, you have the necessary vocabulary to enjoy a good film... speak about it, and do a perfect exercise. Now, go for it! Good luck!
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