I was randomly looking for some cool #EngVocab to share today. So, I started to Google the movie Wall-E – and went for the search engine suggestion “Wall-E vocabulary.”
It’s interesting how this movie seemed to be used in English learning classes, to learn vocabularies and so on. What’s more interesting, they are related to environmental causes/issues and about the ability to live. Oh, incase no one knows the movie, this is the poster of the movie:
And here is a sneak peek of its trailer – it’s worth to watch when you have the time.
The #EngVocab are most likely not to be found in the movie conversations, but are related to the movie. So, here they are:
- Inhabitant. Meaning: living in one place.
- Amiable. Meaning: friendly.
- Live. Meaning: to be alive, to have a life rich in experience.
- Devastate. Meaning: to destroy.
- Survive. Meaning: continue to live or exist in spite of (an accident or ordeal).
- Directive. Meaning: an official or authoritative instruction.
- Elusive. Meaning: difficult to catch or hold.
- Befuddle. Meaning confused.
- Sedentary. Meaning: settled and therefore accustomed to sitting or doing little exercise.
- Corpulent. Meaning: obese or overweight.
That’s it fellas for today, I hope these #EngVocab are useful.
- #EngPic #EngGame: Behind the scene vocabularies (from the making of Harry Potter films)
- #EngVocab: Movie vocabulary
- #EngQuote: Quotes from Disney movies
- #WOTD: Box office
- #EngTalk: Movies vs. Series