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好きな映画について話してみよう

Talking about your favorite movie
自分の好きな映画を説明してみましょう。あなたが記載した回答に対して、この後講師がどんどん質問していきます。
映画が好きな方にとっては話しやすいトピックかもしれません。今まで見た中で感動したもの、面白かったものなどを伝えると練習になります。
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What kind of movies do you like?
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What kind of movies do you like?

I like horror movies, but I usually have fear after watching those movies. It continues for a few days, so I don't watch horror movies once I started living alone. I still like supernatural horror movies and I'm not scared of them at all.

自然な表現

I like horror movies, but I'm usually scared after watching those movies. It continues for a few days, so I haven't watched horror movies since I started living alone. I still like supernatural horror movies, and I'm not scared of them at all.

1. If you are scared that something unpleasant might happen, you are nervous and worried because you think that it might happen.
2. We use the present perfect [have/has + past participle] to talk about time up to now, that is, events that took place in the past but which connect with the present.
3. You use 'since' when you are mentioning a time or event in the past and indicating that a situation has continued from then until now.
4. Use a comma before any coordinating conjunction (and, but, for, or, nor, so, yet, etc) that links two independent clauses.
Oh, I am scared of horror movies too. I don't like them, I like to watch romantic and comedy movies. Which one is your favorite supernatural horror movie?

I like the Final Destination series the most. It's so exciting that I've watched all of them, but my favorite is the third installment that happened at an amusement theme park. One reason is I like going to amusement parks as well.

自然な表現

I like the Final Destination series the most. It's so exciting that I've watched all of them, but my favorite is the third installment, which took place at an amusement theme park. One reason is I like going to amusement parks as well.

1. You use 'which' at the beginning of a relative clause when specifying the thing that you are talking about or when giving more information about it.
Oh, so how often do you go to an amusement park? What is the Final Destination all about? Do you mind telling me?

I went to an amusement park three, four times before, but it's not a good idea to go there these days. Anyway, the main stories of the movies are very interesting. The main character and his friends all died because of coincidence. When he woke up he realized it was a dream. Later, he finds the senses where he's in all the same as his dream. Then he tries to persuade their friends to leave away. The accidents happen constantly as his dream. However, they all died due to other coincides.

自然な表現

I have been to an amusement park three, four times before, but it's not a good idea to go there these days. Anyway, the main stories of the movies are very interesting. The main character and his friends all died because of destiny. When he woke up, he realized it was a dream. Later, he realizes his dream was actually a vision. Then, he tries to persuade their friends to leave    . The accident happens exactly as in his premonition. However, they all died due to other 'accidents.'

1. We use the present perfect simple [have/has + past participle] to talk about our experiences up to now. The time of the experiences is not important.
2. A person's 'destiny' is everything that happens to them during their life, including what will happen in the future, especially when it is considered to be controlled by someone or something else. I believe in the movies, they refer to 'the (grand) design.'
3. Place a comma between the -when clause and the main one.
4. If you have a premonition, you have a feeling that something is going to happen, often something unpleasant.
5. Use a comma after introductory adverbs.
6. You ''go away' but simply 'leave.'
7. Add -s or -es to verbs with a third-person singular noun or pronoun (he, she, it, John...) as a subject.
  7.1. 'Exactly' here means 'precisely.'
8. Not sure what you meant by "coincides".
Oh, wow. So, everything he dreamed about happened in reality? It really sounds scary! What's the next movie that you'd like to see?

Yeah, everything happened in reality. Even they escaped from that, finally, they all died on other occasions. It was just like the death of God made other plans for them and they can't escape from his plans forever. Anyway, next time I'd like to watch a new movie, the title is "free guy". I think it's not released yet. I just saw a promotion video somewhere. That looks interesting to me.

自然な表現

Yeah, everything happened in reality. Even though they escaped, in the end, they all died later anyway. It was just like the God of Death made other plans for them, and they can't escape his plans forever. Anyway, next time I'd like to watch a new movie titled "Free Guy". I think it has not been released yet. I just saw a promotion video somewhere. That looks interesting to me.

1. You use 'even if' or 'even though' to indicate that a particular fact does not make the rest of your statement untrue.
2. You say 'in the end' when you are saying what is the final result of a series of events, or what is your final conclusion after considering all the relevant facts.
3. Use 'anyway' to suggest that a statement is true or relevant in spite of other things that have been said.
4. Wrong word order.
5. Proper nouns should be capitalized.
6. The passive voice [be + past participle] is used to show interest in the person or object that experiences an action rather than the person or object that performs the action.
The title sounds interesting. I have just checked. I would like to watch it as well. Have you ever watched The "Saw" series before? It's another popular horror movie franshise.

Oh, the name sounds horrible to hear at midnight, but I've just checked it. I haven't watched it completely. However, I remember when I was a child, I watched that for a while on TV, and then I had a nightmare that night.

自然な表現

Oh, that sounds scary, but I've just checked it. I haven't watched all of it. However, I remember when I was a child, I watched it for a while on TV, and then I had a nightmare that night.

1. Something that is scary is rather frightening.
2. You use 'all' to indicate that you are referring to the whole of a particular group or thing or to everyone or everything of a particular kind.
  • nonfiction(実話)
  • fiction(フィクション,作り話)
  • S be moved(Sは感動させられる)
  • boring(つまらない)
  • imagination(想像力)
  • scale(スケール)
  • broadcast(放送する)
  • show(上映する)
  • Yes, I've seen "Titanic", which is a movie based on the sinking of an actual ship.(はい。タイタニックを見ました。これは沈没船に関する実話でして。)
  • No. Actually, I'm not interested in watching movies. I can't remember the last time I watched a movie.(いいえ。自分は映画には関心がなく,いつ最後に見たのかすら覚えていないんです。)
  • I'm not the type of person who is easily moved when watching a movie.(私は映画を観て簡単に感動できるタイプの人間ではなくて。)
  • Do you have any movies that you recommend?(おすすめの映画はありますか?)
  • I think the scenes of this movie are not only beautiful, but also delicate. (この映画のシーンは、美しいだけでなく、繊細さも兼ね備えていると思います。)
  • I thought that movie was boring so I don't recommend it.(その映画はつまらなかったからおすすめはしないよ。)
  • Watching a movie in a theater is much better than watching it on TV because the scale is much different. (映画館で映画を見るのは、テレビで見るのとはスケールが格段に違いますからね。)

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  • 日常
  • 初級
  • 自己紹介
  • 趣味/好み