“Coco” is an animated adventure that unfolds within the context of “El Día de Muertos” (The Day of the Dead” and it is a great way to practice you Spanish listening skills.
In this post, we will go over the movie’s trailer in English and Spanish so you can practice your comprehension.
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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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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.
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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.
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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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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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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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