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CLASE 15
En la decimoquínta clase aprenders a utilizar el imperativo en inglés

CLASE 16
En la decimoséxta clase aprenders el pasado de los verbos irregulares


CLASE 17
En la decimoséptima clase aprenderás el verbo estar + el participio

CLASE 18
En la decimoctava clase aprenderás los comparativos "tanto- como"



CURSO DE PERFECCIONAMIENTO DE LA LENGUA INGLESA
CLASE 14 - EL "CÓMO" EN INGLÉS


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HOW TO WRITE A SCREENPLAY (by Mr. Lucas)

Generally, screenplays (scripts) are written by pouring a character in a situation or a situation in a character.

The most important element is the character.

You must first write a character study. Then you must describe the situation.

Next, you write a one-page story, which must be divided into 3 parts (like a theater play): the beginning, the middle, and the end. A script is generally 120 pages, one page per minute of screen time.

The beginning is 30 pages long; the middle, 60 pages long; the end, 30 pages long. Of course you write the end first: you must know where the story will go.

Next, you write the beginning, and after that, the middle, which is the hardest part.

Certainly, you must include 2 plot points (pages 28 and 88). A plot point is a surprise, where the story goes into another direction. Also, scenes must be connected by transitions (no camera directions please).

For instance, if you finish a scene by closing a door, begin the next scene by opening another door. Wait until the script is finished before you write the dialogues.

Actually, it takes about 6 years, 8 hours a day, 5 days a week to learn how to write a screenplay. If it were easy, everybody would write one!



VOCABULARY (vocabulario)

Sreenplay, script guión de cine
To pour echar / verter
Teather play obra de tetro
The hardest el más duro
Screen pantalla
Certainly por supuesto
Plot point punto de giro
Scene secuencia
Everybody todo el mundo
Like, How como



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