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Intermediate Level Spanish Movies Vocabulary and Spanish TV Vocabulary

Intermediate Spanish VocabularyA video from the Intermediate Spanish Vocabulary Course

*Essential Spanish words on useful everyday topics*
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This is an intermediate level Spanish vocabulary lesson from the Spanish Vocabulary Course with lots of everyday Spanish movies vocabulary and Spanish TV vocabulary.

There will be three Spanish lessons on the topic of Spanish movies vocabulary and Spanish TV vocabulary at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. This is the second in the series and in this video you will learn how to correctly pronounce the Spanish vocabulary for things such as “action”, “documentary”, “animation”, “thriller”, “mystery” and “reality show”.

The vocabulary in the beginner level Spanish vocabulary videos is the kind of vocabulary that you will use more regularly and hear more often; common words that more advanced Spanish speakers will already know and use confidently. As we move through the levels you will find more unusual Spanish vocabulary that may not be quite as useful or essential, but may be interesting and will help expand your repertoire of Spanish vocabulary.

This is lesson 92 in this Spanish Vocabulary video course. Please click here to catch up on all the other lessons.

Lesson notes:

Listen and repeat the following words:

Acción: action
Aventuras: adventure
Animación: animation
Los dibujos animados: cartoons
La comedia: comedy
La comedia negra: black comedy
El documental: documentary
El reality: reality show
El presentador: presenter
El telespectador: viewer
El programa de entrevistas: chat show
El concurso: game show
Terror: horror
El thriller: thriller
Suspense: suspense
Misterio: mystery
La película infantil: children’s movie
La película para todos los públicos: family movie
La película romántica: romance
Ciencia ficción: science-fiction
Fantasía: fantasy
El musical: musical

1 Comment

  1. Got a couple more for you:

    Drama – el drama (note that it’s “el”, not “la”, “drama” is masculine)

    Plot – el argumento or la trama

    Cheers,
    Andrew

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