and the winner is ....

Which film do you think will win the Oscar for best film?

Below are some film critics giving their opinions on which one should win.









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Source: guardian.co.uk

Comments

Montse said…
Hi, Graham. I’ve only seen three of those pictures: “The King’s Speech”, “Reception” and “True Grit” and for me the best movie is The King’s Speech. I liked a lot the script and the Colin Fitrth’s acting. I hope it wins the Oscar for best film.
Graham said…
Hi Montse:

I've only seen "The King's Speech". I suppose Colin Firth will win best actor but I have a feeling that it won't win best picture.

I *LIKED THE SCRIPT A LOT/ I REALLY LIKED THE SCRIPT and COLIN Firth’s acting.

*be careful - this is a mistake that you repeatedly make.

like + object + adverb


I wish your colleagues would follow your example. Can you try to get them to use the blog too?
Montse said…
Graham, I tried it and I’ll try it again but we are adults and they have to make their decision. I think that all depends on our point of view about the business. I know what my limits are, because of my age but learning English is a challenge for me and I’m going to make the most to your classes, internet or any other way that it help me to improve my English. I’m a bit stubborn.
Graham said…
Thanks, Montse.

I sometimes get exasperated. I created this blog to help people along the learning path but many people don't use it at all.

I am glad to see that you are so keen and I think that you are making good progress.

Age is no barrier to learning.


I’m going to MAKE THE MOST OF your classes, internet or any other way that HELPS ME IMPROVE my English.

See you tomorrow.