Adam Sandler and Salma Hayek help you Learn Spanish with Translated Trailers of Grown Ups 2 – Good Movies to Learn Spanish

There are many different ways to find entertaining alternatives to practice Spanish, and today we’ll take a look at one that also lets you find out about fun movies. We’re talking about watching fun movie trailers in both English and Spanish practice your listening and comprehension skills.

This is how it works:

You begin by watching the movie trailer in English.

Then watch the movie trailer in Spanish while trying to understand as much as possible.

Then, play the movie trailer in Spanish and scroll down to read the transcripts in Spanish (and the translations in English if required) in order to understand what is being said in the movie trailer.

The last step is to watch the movie trailer in Spanish again without reading the transcripts in order to make sure you understand all of it.


Now it’s time to get started, here are the new trailers in both English and Spanish:

Grown Ups 2 – Trailer in English


Son Como Niños 2 – Trailer in Spanish


Here are the transcripts for the trailers in English and Spanish:

  • A few years ago, some old friends shared an unforgettable weekend.
  • Hace unos años, unos viejos amigos compartieron un fin de semana inolvidable.


  • This year, they have moved back to their hometown.
  • Este año, regresaron a vivir a su ciudad natal.


  • Excuse me for a second.
  • Discúlpame un segundo.


  • I think your mother is here and she looks angry.
  • Creo que tu madre está aquí y se ve enojada.


  • To focus on what really matters.
  • Para concentrarse en lo que realmente importa.


  • This is such a good place to raise a family.
  • Este es el lugar ideal para criar una familia.


  • Riding your bike to school in the morning. You couldn’t do that in L.A.
  • Ir en bici a la escuela en la mañana. Imposible en Los Ángeles.


  • Yeah, thank God nothing crazy ever happens around here.
  • Sí, gracias a Dios aquí nunca pasa nada raro.


  • I am next.
  • Es mi turno.


  • Now, their kids are getting older.
  • Ahora, sus hijos han crecido.


  • When will I have boobies like mommies?
  • ¿Cuándo tender pechos como los de Mamá?


  • Never, I don’t ever want to have those.
  • Jamás, no quiero que jamás los tengas.


  •  But they are not growing up without a fight.
  • Pero no están creciendo sin pelearse.


  •  I can’t believe we used to jump off this.
  • No puedo creer que saltábamos desde aquí.


  • This is Kappa Eta Sigma property.
  • Esto pertenece a Kappa Eta Sigma.


  • Easy there Abercrombie.
  • Tranquilízate Abercrombie.


  • Hey fellas, that was a good handshake, we got a good one too, it goes like this.
  • Muchachos, buen saludo. También tenemos un saludo y va así.


  • How you doing Sir? Very good sir.
  • Hola, ¿cómo está señor? Muy bien señor.


  • Oh, that’s cold.
  • Oh, qué cruel.


  • Oh my God, secret table. Yes honey, how are you? What’s going on?
  • Oh por Dios, mesa secreta. Sí mi cielo, ¿cómo estás? ¿Se te ofrece algo?


  • We are going to take off.
  • Ya nos vamos.


  • That way, naked.
  • Por allá, desnudos.


  • You guys are losers.
  • Son unos perdedores.


  • I was inside you!
  • ¡Estuve adentro de ti!


  • There is a raft in there?
  • ¿Hay una balsa ahí dentro?


  • Who did that?
  • ¿Quién hizo eso?


Here is a trailer in Spanish one more time, this time played and try to understand as much as possible without reading the transcript:


Son Como Niños 2 – Trailer in Spanish


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How do you feel the second time? Was it easier? Please share your experience in the comments section available at the end of this page, and also let us know if you have any questions about Spanish.

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