LEARN SPANISH: A FREE BLOG SERIES #24 // Movie Vocab

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Tuesday 23rd October 2018 – Day 23 of Blogtober

Hola a todos,

We’re at martes again!? It’s that time again for your weekly dose of Español, courtesy of Diary of a Spanglish Girl! This week, we’re preparing for movie season by talking movies!

Is anybody else looking forward to chillier nights sitting on the sofa eating so many snacks binging on the same movies that you’ve watched for years?

¡Vamos al cine!

One of the best ways to learn Spanish is to stock up on those movies and start watching them in Spanish.

A few weeks ago, my mum and I went to the cinema at C.C La Marina to watch Mamma Mia in Spanish. Let me tell you, it’s intense.

You don’t need to be fluent in Spanish to understand what’s going on. You’ll pick it up from the music and actions. I actually found it more emotional in another language. You’re concentrating so hard and you’re focusing on the actors’ emotions. It feels real.

So basically, get the tissues ready. Your emotions and Spanish language skills are going to go on a wild ride.

Movie Vocabulary

Un drama
A drama

Una comedia
A comedy

Una película
A movie

Una película de guerra
A war film

Una película clásica
A classic movie

Una película de aventuras
An adventure movie

Una película de ciencia ficción
A science-fiction film

Una película de dibujos animados
A cartoon

Un thriller
A thriller

Una película de terror
A horror movie

Un western
A western

Una película histórica
A historical film

Un musical
A musical movie

Una película romántica
A romance movie

Movie Phrases

¿Quieres ir al cine?
Do you want to go to the cinema?

¿Dónde está el cine?
Where is the cinema?

¿Qué tipo de películas te gusta?
What type of movies do you like?

Me gustaría ver una película de horror.
I’d like to watch a horror movie.

¿De qué trata esta película?
What is this movie about?

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

Es una película para mayores de 18 años.
It is a movie for people over 18 years old.

Es una película con subtítulos.
It is a subtitled movie.

La película era divertida.
The movie was funny.

La película era aburrida.
The movie was boring.

¿Quién es la actriz principal?
Who is the main actress?

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Next week –  30th October 2018 – HALLOWEEN
Last week –   16th October 2018 – Autumnal Vocab

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Hasta luego,

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This guide is a free blog series. This information has been picked up by practising speaking with locals in the Comunidad Valenciana area. Any resemblance to any book, guide or learning Spanish resources, is purely coincidental. This guide is not intended as a substitute for other resources or teaching. This guide does not guarantee fluency in Spanish.
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Hola! I'm Lauren ("Loh - run") — A twenty-something, engaged, English girl living on the Costa Blanca, obsessed with travel, love and elephants.

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