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Apuntes (27, Octubre, 2021)

Movie o Film


  • Una película de terror / una película de miedo: horror movie

  • Una película documental : document

  • Una película histórica: historical movie

  • Una película musical / un musical: musical movie

  • Una película romántica : romantic movie

  • La animación = animation

  • El subtitulo = subtitle


  • - ¿Qué tipo de películas te gusta? What kinds of movie do you like?

  • - Prefiero las películas de ciencia ficción. I prefer science fiction (sci-fi) movie.

  • - ¿De qué va esta película? Or ¿De qué trata esta película? What is that movie about?

  • - ¿Qué tipo de película es esta? What kind of movie is that?

  • - Es una película de terror. It is a horror movie.

  • - Me gustaría ver una película de aventuras. I would like to watch an adventure movie.


Question

What kind of movie do you like?




Juan: Lily, do you like movies?

Lily: Of course I do, (smile), why are you asking?

Juan: I am going to have a movie night with my friends. Just a small group.

Lily: this weekend? What are you going to watch?

Juan: We are going to watch “US” by Jordan Peele.

Lily: I heard it is really good! But that’s a horror movie, right?

Juan: Yeah,, but it is not just a scary movie. It is about “Others” or outsiders, and how Americans view others.

Lily: It is about the U.S. society! I like it. When do you want to watch?

Juan: Maybe next weekend? It’s Thanksgiving, or Indigenous remembrance weekend.

Lily: That sounds good.




Juan: Lily, do you like movies?

Lily, ¿te gustan las películas?


Lily: Of course I do, (smile), why are you asking?

Por supuesto que sí, (sonrisa), ¿por qué preguntas?


Juan: I am going to have a movie night with my friends. Just a small group.

Voy a tener una noche de cine con mis amigos. Sólo un grupo pequeño.


Lily: Este fin de semana? This weekend? What are you going to watch?

¿Qué vas a ver?


¿Qué vas a ___(verbo) = what are you going to ___ (verbo)

Vas a ___? = Are you going to ____?

What are you going to play?

What are you going to dance?

What are you going to eat?


Que vas a hacer? What are you going to do?

Que vas a estudiar? What are you going to study?

Que vas a comer? What are you going to eat?



Answer: Voy a __(verbo) = I am going to __ (verbo)


I am going to study English.

I am going to go to my English class.

I am going to go to my work. (will, I will go to my work)


I will become a grandmother one day. – near or far future

(I am going to become a grand mother) – certain (cierto, Seguro)



Question: What are you going to do this weekend?

We are going to go and see our family.

We are going to celebrate my husband’s birthday.

I am going to go to a store. I am going to shop.

I am going to wash my truck.

I am going to dinner with friends.

I am going to make a dinner for Dia de Los Muertos and I am going to make a costume.

I am going to celebrate my mother’s birthday.


Juan: We are going to watch “US” by Jordan Peele.

Vamos a ver "US" de Jordan Peele.


Lily: I heard it is really good! But that’s a horror movie, right?

Lily: He oído que es realmente bueno! Pero es una película de terror, ¿no?


Juan: Yeah,, but it is not just a scary movie. It is about “Others” or outsiders, and how Americans view others.

Sí, pero no es sólo una película de miedo. Se trata de "Otros" o forasteros, y cómo los estadounidenses ven a los demás.


  • Inside (dentro)

  • Outside (fuera)

  • Outsider = fuereno/a


Lily: It is about the U.S. society! I like it. When do you want to watch?

¡Se trata de la sociedad estadounidense! Me gusta. ¿Cuándo quieres mirar?



Juan: Maybe next weekend? It’s Thanksgiving, or Indigenous remembrance weekend.

¿Quizás el próximo fin de semana? Es el fin de semana de Acción de Gracias, o recuerdo indígena.


Lily: That sounds good.

Eso suena bien.



Please talk about your favorite movie, TV show, or actor! hable de su película favorita, programa de televisión o actor


I like ____.

Actors

Director

Plot, story

Famous scene


Describe a movie: (adjectivo) funny, scary, interesting, imaginative, sad, tragic, beautiful, touching, dramatic, romantic, big-budget

“a feel-good movie”

boring, predictable, outdated, violent,



I can’t think of any particular movie right now.



- La película era divertida. (The movie was funny.)

- La película era aburrida. (The movie was boring.)

- El argumento era muy bueno. (The storyline was very good.)

- Volvería a verla una y otra vez. (I’d watch it again and again.)


¿Te gustó la película? (Did you like the film?)

- Es una película muy buena. (It is a very good movie.)

- Es una película muy mala. (It is a very bad movie.)

- Me parece una película muy interesante. (I think it is a very interesting movie.)







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