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Expand on these Mind-Maps Cinema Theatre learning smth. new films travelling in time films leisure cast entertainment feelings plays music emotions Actors, actresses scenery stage audience marionettes
Have you filled in the same letters? H O R R O R C O M M E R C I A l D C U M E N T A Y F E A T U R E F I L M T H R I L L R C O M E D Y D R A M A N I A T E A T O O N E T E C T I V E
There is a TV programme in many countries called Candied Camera. The authors create funny situations and film people’s reactions with a camera which those people can’t see.
What can tell you that the film is good? The production company The producer The cast The advertisement The content of the film The genre The screen version of the favourite book
What are positive and negative sides of watching films? Let’s divide these adjectives into two columns: which we like and which we don’t like. favourite, terrible, exciting, amazing, boring, funny, sad, relaxing, depressing, interesting, frightened, amusing, useful, horrible, good, romantic, unusual, kind, bad, violence, finding out new facts, dependence on TV, entertainment, waste of time, new emotions. Positive Negative
Read the text and the statements below. Are they true or false? Elizabethan Theatre In Shakespeare's times rich people employed companies of actors. There were no actresses. Young women's parts were played by boys and older women's parts were played by the company's clowns. All the actors were at the same time musicians and dancers. Actors first began performing to the public in inn yards. The first theatre was built by James Burbage. It was simply called the Theatre. Burbage's son Richard became the country's leading actor who played a lot of parts in Shakespeare plays. The Elizabethan Theatre usually was a round building with the stage in the centre open to the sky with a central area for a standing audience. People bought seats in the galleries round the sides. If the weather was too bad, there was no performance. The English Renaissance Theatre declined after the death of Shakespeare. 1) In Shakespeare's times poor people employed companies of actors. -------- 2) Young women played boys' parts. ---------- 3) All the actors were at the same time musicians and dancers. ---------- 4) The first theatre was simply called the Theatre. ---------- 5) The Elizabethan Theatre usually was a round building with the stage in the centre open to the sky with a central area for a standing audience. --------- 6) The performance took place in any weather. ------------
PRACTISING GRAMMAR Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form. A: Let’s 1)... (to go) and 2)... (to buy) some lemonade or juice, I 3) ... (to like) drinking something during an interval. B: That 4)... (to be) a good idea. I 5)... (to feel) thirsty too. A: Well, Ann, and how do you 6) ... (to like) the play? B: The acting 7)... (to be) perfect, to my mind. Why, it 8)... (not to seem) like acting! Each actor 9)... (to perform) his part so realistically, so true to life. A: No wonder. The company of this theatre 10)... (to be) really outstanding. Besides, tonight an all-star cast 11)... (to play). B: Yes, indeed. I 12)... (completely to carry) away by their acting. A: And the scenery 13)... (to be) superb. B: Yes, especially in the first scene of the second act. A: Here 14) ... (to be) the refreshment stand. Let’s 15)... (to drink) some grape juice. B: OK.