Top 5 Movies You Should Watch To Improve Your English
How do you improve your English? Here are Top 5 movies with the English language knowledge you need to improve your English!
Top 5 Movies You Should Watch To Improve Your English
Did you know that, according to a study by Kaplan International colleges, 79 percent of the students said that watching movies help them Master English and that too, in a very short time? So in this video, I will give you my recommended list of the top 5 movies that teach you English, and also some interesting words and phrases to learn from these movies. So let's quickly get going cause it’s showtime.
hey, everyone, you're Reading CleverVulpes, and it's a Saturday. So it's movie time. Get out your popcorns. And let's talk about the top 5 movies that teach you spoken English at number one is Slumdog Millionaire.
It helps because the movie has an Indian cultural context and Dev Patel and Freida Pinto can help us learn new vocabulary. The movie basically revolves around the little boy who was born and brought up in the slums of Mumbai, and by The Stroke of Luck becomes a Millionaire on a reality-based TV show, apart from lots of general knowledge. This movie also teaches you some romantic lines.
For example, when Jamal says about Latika, she's my destiny, literally saying that I see my future in her, or I only want to be with her some words I learned from the movie A Slumdog, a person who's poor and downtrodden and lives in a slum. Rags to Riches is used when you want to talk about someone's Journey from being put to suddenly becoming rich. The movie was a rags-to-riches story at number two is The King's Speech.
This is a great story that revolves around King George, the sixth, who struggles with a stuttering condition, and how he's able to overcome this with his therapist. One of the physical problems that George had was that his job was too tight. This is actually a very big issue. If you want to be a fluent speaker, the movie shows us how King George uses some simple techniques like you know, just trying to read a script and record himself doing some physical exercises to help perhaps lose his jaw and then build a physical motion into his speech.
They were he got stuck for a word. He would add a physical action that triggered that sound. This could be, for example, rocking on your feet, or waving your arms up and down, or maybe adding a comforting sound like em, or just before speaking that desired word or sentence the way George struggles. And finally, overcomes will motivate you also to try some of those techniques out. So put this right away on your playlist.
the next video at number 3 is the Harry Potter series of books. I agree that one of the fastest ways to learn and remember English is by reading, but it becomes so much more engrossing when you watch movies that are based on books. And Harry Potter absolutely tops my list of movies that take you on a fantasy trip where you can learn English fluency along with some interesting adjectives, intricate emotions.
And also some mesmerizing call spells like Factor Patron up or Wingardium Leviosa or Expelliarmus. In one scene. Harry Potter learns herbology at Hogwarts. Quickly tell me, what is herbology? Yeah, herbology, by the way, is the science of herbs and medicinal plants, like kind of a version of our Ayurveda. I liked how the professor says, only everyone while the students reply in good morning Pro tip.
If you want to sound like a native English speaker, you could try saying, morning afternoon, evening, or night sounds cooler, right? So, next time you wish your parent's goodnight simply says night-night, when Professor Sprout asks the class about Mandrake Hermione uses the word petrified, which literally means to be very scared and fatal to which means dangerous.
The professor says that the baby Mandrake has a scream that will knock you out for several hours, which simply means they leave you unconscious. Now leave me a comment below and tell me where you can use these phrases in your daily English, casual conversation. Protip, watch the movie first and then read the book. You will love how the characters come alive at number 4 is the white tiger.
I was glued to this movie from the start to the finish. This was an easy watch, and once again, an adaptation of a book by now, Indian writer, Aravind Adiga of the same name somewhat kind of similar to the theme of Slumdog Millionaire. This movie shows how the less privileged May sometimes resorts to Extreme Measures to break out of the clutches of poverty. Through this book, you will get to learn real, conversational English.
I remember this powerful dialogue where Balaram says, in the good old days, when India was a Golden Bird, then they were thousands of different castes. But today there are only two types of cost. First, those who have a big belly. And second, those who are hungry for food, and they only have 2 options in their Destiny, either eat someone or become their bite. You will enjoy watching this movie. So plan it for this weekend. Add number five is Finding Nemo.
I'm was so exciting to learn from Marlin, the clownfish who was on a hunt for his son. Nemo. I learned the names of different types of creatures in the ocean, different kinds of fish. And all of that I also learned a bit about managing emotions. For example, is this guy bothering you? It literally means is this person troubling you. The school of fish asks Dory? Do you like impressions and start to imitate different animals in the sea? Dory uses the word ah orbit that's frustrating.
Yeah, when memo explains that, he's miles away from home with a fish who can't even remember her name. And when things don't go your way, it can be frustrating. There's another phrase that the fish use loosens up buddy, which means relax. Take it easy. When your friend is studying for a test and looks very stressed out, you should say, listen up buddy. And now for the bonus tip, watch re-watch three watches.
It may seem a little overwhelming to watch an English movie in the beginning, just so you don't feel so lost the first time you watch it with subtitles in your language. The second time the subtitles can be in English. And Believe Me, by the third time you won't need subtitles at all. Pause rewind play, say, p RP uses this often. This tip will be needed only for the first few movies because by the time you would have easily learned to figure your way out. So the next time your mom catches you binge, watching on Netflix, tell her to take that chill pill. You're not wasting your time, you're simply attending the most entertaining English class. So, by the way, if you found this class entertaining, then press the Like button and Comment down as well, which motivates me to keep doing this work for you. And happy reading.