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.

 

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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

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zN4GOLmQxI

 

Son Como Niños 2 – Trailer in Spanish

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJlI-peYPVs

 

 

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, regrearon 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:

 

Som Como Niños 2 – Trailer in Spanish

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJlI-peYPVs

 

Practice more Spanish with Songs here 

 

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Robert Downey Jr. and Iron man 3 Help you Learn Spanish

Finding Learning Spanish is a matter of being persistent, and making things fun is something that makes being persistent a much simpler endeavor.

Today we’ll take a look at a simple idea to practice Spanish using movie trailers. It is simple; all you need is 2 movie trailers; one version in Spanish and one version in English. Reading? Let’s get started.

 

 

Movie-Trailers-in-Spanish-Iron-Man-3 

 

This is the recommended sequence:

First, watch the movie trailer in English and then Spanish.

Second, play the video in Spanish one more time and scroll down to read the transcript (check the English translation if needed).

Third, watch the movie trailer in Spanish one more time without reading the transcript and try to understand as much as possible. If you can´t understand it all, go back to read the transcripts and try again.

 

 

Iron man 3 – Trailer in English

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CzoSeClcw0

 

 

Iron Man 3 – Trailer in Spanish

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPwsK6CI4dQ

 

Here are the transcripts for both trailers, first in English and then in Spanish:

 

I’ve got a lot of apologies to make.

Tengo que pedir perdón por muchas cosas.

 

 

Nothing has been the same since New York.

Nada ha sido igual desde Nueva York.

 

 

You experience things, and then they’re over.

Uno vive cosas, y luego se olvidan.

 

 

I can’t sleep, and when I do I have nightmares.

No puedo dormir, y cuando lo hago tengo pesadillas.

 

 

Honestly, there’s 100 people who want to kill me.

Siendo honesto, muchas personas quieren matarme.

 

 

I hope I can protect the one thing I can’t live without.

Espero poder proteger lo único que le da sentido a mi vida.

 

 

Ladies, children, sheep. Some people call me a terrorist. I consider myself a teacher.

Mujeres, niños, ovejas. Algunos me llaman terrorista. Yo me considero un maestro.

 

 

Lesson number one. Heroes, There is no such thing.

Lección número uno. Héroes, no existe tal cosa.

 

 

Iron Man 3.

Iron Man 3.

 

 

Now it’s time to watch the movie trailer in Spanish one more time. This time without reading the transcript. Try to understand as much as possible and go back to the transcript if you can’t understand all of it.

 

 

Iron Man 3 – Trailer in Spanish

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPwsK6CI4dQ

 

Practice more Spanish with Songs here

 

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Monsters University Helps you Learn Spanish with Translated Trailers

Finding entertaining ways practice Spanish is important for beginners who want to accelerate the learning process of the language.

Today we’ll use a couple of movie trailers as a tool to practice Spanish. We will begin by looking at the trailer of the Movie “Monsters University” in English, and then we’ll look at the same trailer in Spanish. Let’s get started. 

 

Movie-Trailers-in-Spanish-Monsters-Universtity

 

 

This is the recommended sequence to follow to make the most out of this exercise:

First, watch the trailer in English.

Second, watch the movie trailer in Spanish (and try to understand as much as possible).

Third, play the Spanish version of the movie trailer again and scroll down to read the transcript in Spanish as a trailer is played (you may not be able to see as you scroll down, but you will be able to listen to it, which is important part).

Finally, plated trailer in Spanish one more time and try to understand the whole thing after having read the transcript. If you can’t understand it all, go back and repeat the exercise as many times as needed.

 

Time to get started, here are the movie trailers:

 

Monsters University – Trailer in English

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onZe3gOhWkQ

 

Monsters University – Trailer in Spanish

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhxYABLxp8U#aid=P9f8zl3N8oI

 

Here are the transcripts of the trailers, first in English and then in Spanish.

 

Go Monsters U!

Arriba Monsters U!

 

 

Imagine a university.

Imagina una Universidad.

 

 

Were I can beat unique.

Donde yo puedo ser única.

 

 

In a family of thousands.

En una familia de miles.

 

 

Where I can love to learn.

Donde adoro estudiar.

 

 

and learn what I love.

y estudio lo que adoro.

 

 

Time for a celebration.

Vamos a celebrar chicos.

 

 

We’ll be ready.

Estaremos listos.

 

 

Five, six, seven, eight.

Conco, seis, siete, ocho.

 

 

Seven, eight, turn.

Siete, ocho, giro.

 

 

This is college.

Esta es la Universidad.

 

 

James B. Sullivan.

James B. Sullivan.

 

 

I’m going to be a scarer.

Me convertiré en asustador.

 

 

Where it all began.

Donde todo comenzó.

 

 

Were you kissing my hand?

¿Me besaste la mano?

 

 

And what about you with all your shedding?

Tú “pelechas” toda la noche.

 

 

I don’t shed.

Yo no “pelecho”.

 

 

Really?

¿No?

 

 

This summer.

Muy pronto (very soon).

 

 

Just wait hot shot, I’m going to scare circles around you this year.

Yo te enseñaré, voy a dejarte tirade en el lodo este año.

 

 

You’re not even in the same league with me.

No me llegas ni a los juanetes.

 

 

The MU cafeteria has some of the best chefs in the world.

En la cafeteria tenemos a los mejores chefs del mundo.

 

 

Welcome to scaring 101.

Bienvenidos a iniciación a los sustos.

 

 

You don’t need to study scaring, you just do it.

Los sustos no se estudian, sólo se hacen.

 

 

That is a good point.

Lo que dice es verdad.

 

 

You might want to hang out with someone a little bit more your speed.

Puedes juntarte con monstruos más a tu nivel.

 

 

Wanna join Oozma Kappa?

¿Quieres unirte a Oozma Kappa?

 

 

We have cake.

Tenemos pastel.

 

 

If you are not scary, what kind of a monster are you?

Si no pueden asustar, ¿qué clase de monstruos son?

 

 

I am Art, new age philosophy major.

Soy Art, filosofía de la nueva era.

 

 

Thought you might like to keep a dreams journal.

Tal vez quieren llevar un diario de sueños.

 

 

Is that a joke?

¿Es un chiste?

 

 

The Scare games! A super intense scaring competition.

Las Susto Olimpiadas! Una competencia de sustos super intensa.

 

 

You could totally die.

Puedes morir ahí.

 

 

It is worth it.

Y vale la pena.

 

 

And if you lose, you will leave Monsters University.

Si pierde los juegos, tundra que irse de Monsters University.

 

 

Fine!

Ya!

 

 

Behold my brothers of Oozma Kappa!

Les presento mis hermanos de Oozma Kappa!

 

 

I have an extra toe.

Yo tengo un dedo extra,

 

 

Not with me of course.

No conmigo claro.

 

 

Let’s begin the first competition.

Que comience la primera competencia.

 

 

Good luck ladies.

Suete chicas.

 

 

Thanks! We’re going to rip you to pieces.

Gracias! Y los haremos pedacitos.

 

 

Go!

¡Fuera!

 

 

From the faculty that brought you…

Del equipo que trajo…

 

 

Don’t go in there.

No entre ahí.

 

 

Just reach deep down and let the roar out.

Sólo llega hasta el fondo y dejar salir el rugido

 

 

Tonight we party like scarers.

Será una fiesta de asustadores.

 

 

First day of classes June 21.

Próximamente, inicio de clases.

 

 

I can’t be late on the first day!

El primer día no puedo llegar tarde!

 

 

Here is the movie trailer in Spanish one more time. Now play it without reading the transcript and try to understand as much as possible.

If you can’t understand it all, go back and read the transcript one more time until you can understand what is being said in Spanish version of the trailer without having to read the transcript.

 

Ready? Time to get started!

Here is the movie trailer in Spanish again:

 

Monsters University – Trailer in Spanish

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhxYABLxp8U#aid=P9f8zl3N8oI

 

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Superman helps you Learn Spanish with Translated Trailers

There are many different ways to practice Spanish, and even more if you are open to explore creative alternatives that leverage interesting topics.

Today we will take a look at the versions in Spanish and English of the movie trailers from the “Man of Steel”, the latest version of the Superman story.

 

 

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This is the recommended sequence:

First, you play the trailer in English so you know what the characters are saying.

Second, you play the trailer in Spanish and try to understand as much as possible even if you get lost in a few sections (don’t worry about the details, just try to get as much as you can).

Third, you play the trailer in Spanish one more time and scroll down to read the transcript in both English and Spanish. Make sure you pause and rewind as much as needed in order to understand what is being said in the Spanish version of the trailer.

The last step of this exercise is to play the Spanish version of the trailer one more time without reading the transcript in Spanish in order to comprehend what the characters say in the video. If you can’t understand everything, take a moment to go back and read the transcripts one more time until you understand it all without reading.

 

Read it to get started? Here are the two versions of the trailer:

 

Man of Steel – Official Trailer 3 – Trailer in English

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6DJcgm3wNY

 

Hombre de Acero – Trailer in Spanish

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BddCj2i5pRw

 

 Here are the transcripst (First in English, and then in Spanish):

 

Goodbye my son.

Adiós hijo mío.

 

 

Our hopes and dreams travel with you.

Nuestros sueños y esperanzas viajan contigo.

 

 

He’ll be on outcast, they’ll kill him.

Será un marginado, lo matarán.

 

 

No, he will be a god to them.

No, será un dios para ellos.

 

 

What if a child dreamed of becoming something other than what society had intended.

Qué tal si un niño soñara en convertirse en algo más de lo que la sociedad quisiera.

 

 

What if a child aspired to something greater.

Qué tal si un niño aspirara a algo más grande.

 

 

My son was in the bus, he saw what Clark did.

Mi hijo iba en el autobús, el vio lo que hizo Clark.

 

 

You’re the answer son,

Es la respuesta hijo,

 

 

You are the answer to: are we alone in the universe?

Es la respuesta a: ¿estamos solos en el universo?

 

 

Can I just keep pretending I’m your son?

Y no puedo, ¿sólo fingir ser tu hijo?

 

 

You are my son.

Eres mi hijo.

 

 

I have to believe that you were sent here for a reason.

Debo creer que fuiste enviado aquí por una razón.

 

 

And even if it takes the rest of your life,

Y aún si se toma el resto de tu vida,

 

 

You owe it to yourself to find out what that reason is.

Es tu deber averiguar cuál es esa razón.

 

 

How do you find someone who has spent a lifetime covering his tracks?

¿Cómo encuentras a alguien que ha pasado toda su vida cubriendo sus rastros?

 

 

For some, he was a Guardian Angel,

Para algunos, fue un Ángel Guardián,

 

 

For others a ghost, who never quite fit in.

Para otros, un fantasma que nunca pudo encajar.

 

 

You will give the people of Earthan ideal to strive towards.

Les darás a la gente de la tierra un ideal para seguir luchando.

 

 

They will rise behind you, they will stumble, they will fall.

Y te seguirán, tropezarán, y fracasarán.

 

 

But in time, they will join you in the sun.

Pero con el tiempo, se te unirán en el sol.

 

 

In time you will help them accomplish wonders.

Con el tiempo los ayudara a lograr maravillas.

 

 

You believe your son is safe?

¿Crees que tu hijo está a salvo?

 

 

I will find him.

Lo voy a encontrar.

 

 

My father believed that if the world found out who I really was, it would reject me.

Mi padre creía que si el mundo descubría quién era, me rechazaría.

 

 

He was convinced that the world wasn’t ready.

Estaba convencido que el mundo no estaba preparado.

 

 

What do you think?

¿Tú qué opines?

 

 

What does the S stand for?

¿Qué significa la S?

 

 

It’s not an S.

No es una S.

 

 

On my world, it means hope.

En mi mundo, significa esperanza.

 

 

Well here, it’s an S.

Bueno aquí, es una S.

 

 

How about.. super…

Qué tal… super…

 

 

Excuse me?

Perdón?

 

Practice more Spanish with Songs here

 

Now it’s time to watch the trailer in Spanish one more time, try to understand as much as possible without reading the transcript.

 

 

Hombre de Acero – Trailer in Spanish

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BddCj2i5pRw

 

 

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Hugh Jackman Helps you Learn Spanish – Trailers with Subtitles in Spanish

There are many different ways to practice Spanish, and with a little creativity; the possibilities are endless.

Today we’ll take a look at the cinematic trailers from 3 Hugh Jackman movies and we will use the subtitles in Spanish as a way to increase you vocabulary and practice comprehension at the same time.

Make sure to play each trailer several times in order to associate each English sentence with its Spanish equivalent and pay special attention to new words (make notes!).

 

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Ready to get started?

Here are the videos… 

 

Wolverine Immortal – Trailer with Subtitles in Spanish

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVeIQ1D5s94

 

Real Steel – Trailer with Subtitles in Spanish

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OpFYppv4WAM

 

 Wolverine – Trailer with Subtitles in Spanish

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tb1HIQwpYrU

 

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Brad Pitt and World War Z Help you Learn Spanish with Translated Trailers – Good Movies to Learn Spanish

There is a large amount of Good Movies to Learn Spanish, and today we will practice Spanish creatively using two trailers from a great movie, World War Z.

We’ll look at the first trailer in English and then look at the translated version in Spanish in order to practice your listening and comprehension skills. Below the videos you will find a transcription of the trailers and the translation in Spanish.

 

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It is important that you take the time to play, pause and rewind as much as needed in order to understand the entire version in Spanish without a problem. You may also play the trailer and scroll down to read the translated version in Spanish as needed.

Ready to get started?

 

 First, let’s take a look at both trailers:

 

World War Z – Trailer in English

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGf_WdlHTqs

 

Guerra Mundial Z – Trailer in Spanish

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJEXt4EHxHI

 

Now it’s time to take a look at the transcript of both trailers, the first line is shown in English and the second one is the translation in Spanish. Now, play the video in Spanish again and read the translation to make sure you understand all of it.

 

Yeah, are these the roots?

¿Estas son las raíces?

 

 

What is it?

¿Qué es?

 

 

The Statue of Liberty or snowman.

La estatua de la libertad o un muñeco de nieve.

 

 

Daddy, what’s martial law?

Papá, ¿qué es ley marcial?

 

 

I’m scared.

Tengo miedo.

 

 

How do we know they are coming?

¿Cómo sabremos que vendrán?

 

 

They are coming. Ready?

Ellos vendrán. ¿Lista?

 

 

Go, go, go!

Corran, corran!

 

 

Is it worldwide?

¿Es a nivel mundial?

 

 

Is anyone doing better than we are?

¿Los demás están major que nosotros?

 

 

We lost the East Coast. Moscow, still dark.

Perdimos la Costa Este. Moscú sigue en la oscuridad.

 

 

Life as we know it will come to an end in 90 days.

La vida que conocemos terminará en 90 días.

 

 

It’s on us to change that.

Depende de nosotros cambiar eso.

 

 

I can leave my family.

No dejaré a mi familia.

 

 

Don’t pretend your family is exempt,

No finjas que tu familia está exenta.

 

 

When we talk about the end of humanity.

Cuando se trata del final de la humanidad.

 

 

I don’t want to leave you, but I have to go.

No quiero dejarte, pero tengo que ir.

 

 

I’ll keep her safe.

Yo protegeré a las niñas.

 

 

There is a memo sent from this installation

Enviaron un memorándum de estas instalaciones.

 

 

Pretty obvious nobody back home bothered to read it

Es obvio que no se molestaron en leerlo en casa.

 

 

If I could get into Russia, where would I start?

Si entro a Rusia, ¿Dónde empezaría?

 

 

Russia is a black hole.

Rusia es un hoyo negro.

 

 

I need answers.

Sólo conteste.

 

 

You are with the CIA?

¿Estás con la CIA?

 

 

But they’re not with me.

Pero ellos no conmigo.

 

 

Is there anything left out there?

¿Quedó algo vivo allá?

 

 

If we knew where this thing started,

Si supiéramos dónde se originó todo,

 

 

Maybe we could kill it.

Podríamos aniquilarlo.

 

 

I think these things have a weakness.

Tienen una debilidad.

 

 

Every human being you save, is one less to fight.

Cada ser humano que salvamos, es uno menos que enfrentar.

 

 

 

Now it’s time for the final test, take a look at the movie trailer Spanish without reading the subtitles and try to understand all the dialogs (if you can’t, go back and play it again while reading the translation)…

 

Guerra Mundial Z – Trailer in Spanish

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJEXt4EHxHI

 

 

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