How to describe a film in English
Woohoo! I’m back!! And today we’re going to learn how to describe a film in English.
I like vacation. Even if I am American, and Americans never take vacation…
But it’s something that I appreciate about life in France. Real vacation.
But I missed you too.
And I have some big news!
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What’s the difference?
What’s more important is what will be the same. A free video lesson each week, with fun and humor to make it easy to become fluent in American English.
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To learn more vocabulary on how to describe a film in English, I recommend this article that summarizes the 2016 summer blockbusters. It’s short, sweet, in English, and has lots of useful vocabulary.
Now, what about you?
What’s your favorite movie? Tell us about it: what type of movie is it? What’s the story?
And do you have a good film to recommend for me?
All the best to you,