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If you're a film fan, you'll love these websites with vocabulary, quizzes, articles and online videos.

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Learn English through Watching Films

ESLClub.gr Trailers

Type the missing words.

Level: Intermediate to Upper Inter. You need QuickTime.  This website has video Go>

English Trailers

Watch film trailers and learn vocabulary by clicking on Summary, Cloze, Script and Quiz. There is an excellent selection.

Level: Intermediate to Advanced. You need QuickTime.  This website has video Go>

Movie Sound Clips & Video Clips

Dictations and gap-fills.

Level: Intermediate to Upper Inter. You need Flash. This website has sound This website has video Go>

Video Clip Comprehension

Multiple choice questions

Level: Intermediate to Advanced. You need Flash.  This website has video Go>

CLA Movie Trailer Dictations

Watch film trailers and type the words you hear.

Level: Upper Inter to Advanced. You need QuickTime.  This website has video Go>

AnglesOnline Cinema Page

Web activities about films. Click 'Cinema'.

Level: Upper Inter. You need Flash. This website has video Go>

Lingual.net - Learning English Through Movies

Watch with subtitles. Some have quizzes and scripts.

Level: Upper Inter. You need Flash.   This website has video Go> 

Commercials

Animations

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Clear Language

Video comprehension exercises. Watch clips from Friends, 24, Desperate Housewives, Lost, The Simpsons, Prison Break and more.

Level: Intermediate to Advanced.   This website has video Go>

EFL.net Videos

Watch funny TV ads and read the words.

Level: Upper Inter to Advanced.  This website has video Go>

Movie Guides from ESLnotes

Choose a film, read about the characters and plot (=story), and look at explanations of words and expressions that come from the film. 

Level: Advanced. Go>

Drew's Script-o-Rama

Many film scripts are available to download free. 

Level: Advanced.  Go>

 

 

 

Film & TV Vocabulary Practice

Picture Dictionary, with Sound

LanguageGuide.org. Hover the mouse over the picture to read the word and listen to the pronunciation (American English). This includes other arts.

Change language 

Level: All. This website has sound Go>

Kinds of Film - Crossword

Level: Elementary to Pre-Inter. You need Flash. Go>

Making Plans for the Weekend

Listen to a conversation.

Level: Elementary to Pre-Inter. This website has sound Go>

Video Lesson

Film vocabulary.

Level: Intermediate. This website has video Go>

Video: 'Music & movies' This website has video (You need RealPlayer). Level: Pre-Inter.

Name That Genre

Decide if each film is an action film, a romantic comedy, a horror film or another genre. 

Level: Intermediate. Go>

Books & Films

Match the question to the answer. 

Level: Intermediate. You need Flash. Go>

Movie Vocabulary

Quiz that teaches you 22 words related to films. 

Level: Intermediate to Upper Inter. Go>

2-Player Quiz

TV expressions.

Level: Upper Inter. You need Flash. Go>

BBC Learning English - Welcome to London: Cinema

Listening and reading exercises.

Level: Upper Inter. You need Flash. This website has sound Go>

Reviews of Books & Films

Reviews written by learners of English. Part of TOPICS online magazine.

Level: Upper Inter to Advanced. Go>

TV and Media Vocabulary

Multiple choice quiz.

Level: Upper Inter. Go>

BBC Learning English - Entertainment

Listen to and read articles relating to film and the arts.

Level: Upper Inter. You need RealPlayer and Adobe Reader. This website has sound Go>

Film Vocabulary Crossword

Level: Upper Inter to Advanced. Go>

Adjectives to Describe Films and TV Programmes

Plus other vocabulary practice.

Level: Advanced. Go>

 

 

 

Grammar Practice

Movie Titles - Prepositions 

Multiple choice quiz.

Level: Intermediate to Upper Inter. Go>

Movie Titles - Word Forms

Multiple choice quiz.

Level: Intermediate to Upper Inter. Go>

Phrasal Verbs for Watching TV

A short gap-fill exercise. 

Level: Intermediate to Upper Inter.  Go>

 

 

Watch More Trailers

IFILM

Movies, trailers, short films and music. Click 'skip ad' to go to the main page. This website has video Go>

Apple - Film Trailers

Watch trailers of new film releases.

You need QuickTime. This website has video Go>

BBC - Film Trailers and Interviews

You need RealPlayer. This website has video Go>

AtomFilms

Short films and animations.

You need Flash. This website has video Go>

Movie-List - Classics

This page has a large selection of trailers of older films. This website has video Go>

 

 

Grammar Practice

Radio Times

A very useful website.  See what's on TV, and read programme details... up to two weeks in advance! Go>

Odeon.co.uk

Select a cinema and a date and see what's on.  Then select a film and watch the trailer. This website has video Go>

Blockbuster

The rental store's website. Go>

 

 

Film Websites

Empire Online

The website of the well-known film magazine. Go>

IMDB - Internet Movie Database

A huge and popular film website. Go>

Reel Classics

A large site dedicated to classic films. Go>

Greatest Films

Reviews of some of the greatest films of all time.  Beware of pop-ups. Go>

How are Hollywood Films Made?

An interesting article with activities and links. Go>

 

 

Fun & Games

Kinds of Film - Crossword

You need Flash. Go>

Films in Four Letters

Can you work which film they describe?

Level: Upper Inter. Go>

A-Z of Movies Quiz - answers

Movie Titles Hangman

Guess the letters before your man dies! Go>

DFILM Moviemaker

Make your own Flash animation - brilliant fun! 

You need Flash. This website has sound Go>

Guess The Name

Think of a film or TV show, and this website will attempt to guess it by asking you a series of Yes/No questions. Go>

Fun Hits - Sound Clip Quiz

Listen to a short 'sound bite' and identify the film or TV programme.  You have three lives, and three hints to help you.  Beware of pop-ups. This website has sound Go>

Movie Trivia

A 10-question multiple choice quiz about famous films. Go>

'Say What?' Quiz

Identify the film, with only a photo and a phrase as clues.  24 questions. Go>

Film Cliches

High-level, but funny website that describes predictable situations in films. Go>

 

 

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British Culture: Films

British Culture: TV

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