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Watching movies in your target language is a fun and interesting way to improve your listening skills and learn more about the culture behind the language.
Hi italkiers, Do you remember your favorite childhood movie? Check out these 3 impressive movie quotes below and see if you recognize them. 1. It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to our enemies, but just as much to stand up to our friends. - Dumbledore, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, 2001 2. Sometimes we must let go of our pride and do what is requested of us. - Anakin Skywalker, Star Wars Episode II: Attack Of The Clones, 2002 3. With great power comes great responsibility. - Uncle Ben, Spider-Man, 2002 Some scenes may have faded, but the power you felt from these movies is still inside your heart. If you want to talk about these movies or share the one that impressed you in your childhood, don't hesitate to post it in the comments. What movie is it, what you learned from it, how it influenced your life, etc. Anything you want to talk about, we'd like to hear. You can also have a look at other students' comments. Maybe you'll meet many like-minded friends there.
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Hi italkiers, When you're in stressful times, do you have some movie quotes to help you move on? Here're some quotes that we'd like to share with you in difficult times. You can pick your favorite quotes and share your feelings about them. You're also welcome to comment with your own collection and let other language lovers get inspired by yours. Tomorrow is another day! – from Gone with the wind Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. – from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off Why are you trying so hard to fit in when you were born to stand out? – from What a Girl Wants Don’t let anyone ever make you feel like you don’t deserve what you want. – from 10 Things I Hate About You Love cannot be found where it doesn’t exist, nor can it be hidden where it truly does. – from Kissing a Fool
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📚 🎬 What is your favorite English book or movie? Tell me about the plot and why you enjoy it. Let's exchange recommendations! 🎦 ⬇️ As an example, let me share my answer to this question. My favorite English movie is 'The Lord of the Rings' trilogy. It is a fantasy epic based on J.R.R. Tolkien's novels. The story follows Frodo Baggins, a hobbit, on a perilous journey to destroy a powerful ring and save Middle-earth from the dark lord Sauron. Along the way, Frodo is accompanied by a diverse group of characters, including wizards, elves, dwarves, and humans, forming the Fellowship of the Ring. I highly enjoy 'The Lord of the Rings' because of its captivating storyline, stunning visuals, and memorable characters. The movie transports you to a richly detailed world filled with adventure, friendship, and the battle between good and evil. The themes of courage, sacrifice, and the triumph of the human spirit resonate deeply with me. If you're a fan of epic fantasy, 'The Lord of the Rings' is a must-watch! It has received critical acclaim for its masterful storytelling, breathtaking cinematography, and exceptional performances. I highly recommend immersing yourself in this epic journey and exploring the magical realm of Middle-earth! 🔻 Now it is your turn and remember to explain why you enjoy it 🔻 #EnglishLiterature #EnglishMovies
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😓Tired of textbook English that feels stiff and unnatural? Want to sound fluent and confident? Then ditch the dull and dive into the world of everyday English expressions! These gems will add flavor, personality, and a touch of "wow" to your conversations. ✨ Let's crack the code on some common idioms and slang you'll hear in the real world: 1. Feeling under the weather? Don't just say you're sick, say you're "feeling a bit under the weather" or "not feeling tip-top." 2. Got something important to do? Don't just say you're busy, say you've got your "hands full" or you're "up to your eyeballs" in work. ‍♀️ 3. Someone did a great job? Don't just say good, say they "nailed it," "crushed it," or "killed it!" 4. Agree with someone completely? Don't just say yes, say "you said it," "preach," or "couldn't agree more!" 5. Want to express surprise? Don't just say wow, say you're "blown away," "mind-blown," or "speechless!" 👓Remember, using these expressions is all about context and tone. Pay attention to how native speakers use them, and don't be afraid to experiment! Bonus Tip: Want to take your English to the next level? Learn some local slang! Every region has its own unique phrases, so ask your friends or online communities for tips. Now go out there and sprinkle these gems into your conversations! Remember, the more you practice, the more natural and confident you'll sound. ️ P.S. Share your favorite everyday English expressions in the comments below! 🔻 #EnglishExpressions #SpeakLikeALocal #EverydayEnglish #FluencyGoals
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