Movie Talk Advanced – Spanish

September 12, 2011 at 3:51 pm Leave a comment

Would you like to take your Spanish to a higher level?  Well, you can do so now from the computers in the Self-Study room!

Watch full-screen video and play games and exercises that make you remember what you’ve seen and learnt.  Star in one of your favourite videos by joining in the action by recording your voice into the movie;  search for any word used in the script, or compete in a quick-fire TV Quiz.

Movie Talk – Spanish teaches you to understand the language at the speed it’s really spoken using a full-length movie with the flexibility to browse and repeat complex phrases. Watch the show, then take your learning a step further with addictive games.

Master your level of Spanish while helping Mario and Elena build a new life in the hugely popular Spanish TV series Querido Maestro.

Watch the whole video with subtitles, or sit back and enjoy it full-screen:

  • Follow the movie line-by-line in the script.
  • Search for any word in the script.
  • Record your voice as one of the actors in the film.
  • Games and activities help your vocabulary, spelling and comprehension.
  • Print a certificate when your score is high enough.
  • Challenge our resident champion in a quick-fire TV quiz.
Come and visit your Language Library to start learning!

Entry filed under: DVDs, Library resources, Spanish/Advanced.

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