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Movies Types - Action and Drama
In the next three movie sections, we are going to learn about different movie types. Afterwards, we will cover having discussions about movies that you recently saw. But for now, let's work on movie types.
There are many different types of movies. You probably know them all in your language, but let's learn what they are in English. Also, we will learn how to say a couple of sentences related to a movie type. If you disagree with a sentence, feel free to change some words around so they fit what you want to say.
Although there are many categories, we will learn the most basic 10 types of movies.
Commentary / Non-Fiction
Movies with lots of fighting, shooting, exploding, etc.
What kind of movie do you like?
I like action movies because they are fast paced.
Action movies are my favorite.
I like all the action movies with a lot of guns.
I like fight scenes that are choreographed.
Everyone knows drama. Like Titanic and Schindler's List
What type of movies do you like?
I like all sorts of drama.
I like movies that play with my emotion.
Drama movies are great because they are the most realistic.
The sad drama movies that make me cry.
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