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Entertainment /media

Band music
New Age" Music
Electronic music (Digital) music
Latin Dance music e.g., Flamenco, Tango
Children’s music nursery rhymes
Action films Die Hard
Documentary films Farenheit 9/11
Western The western film genre often portrays the conquest of the wilderness and the subordination of nature, in the name of civilization, or the confiscation of the territorial rights of the original inhabitants of the frontier.
Disaster Films The Independence Day, A Night to Remember
War Movies Full Metal Jacket, Braveheart
Teen Movies "American Pie"
(Suspense) Thrillers films known to promote intense excitement, suspense, a high level of anticipation, ultra-heightened expectation, uncertainty, anxiety, and nerve-wracking tension. Thriller and suspense films are virtually synonymous
Silent movies Charlie Chaplin, The City Lights
Science Fiction films the Star Wars, the Matrix,
Romantic Comedy films The Pretty Woman, Bridget Jones's Diary
Romance films The Titanic, The Eternal Sunshine of Spotless Mind
Adventure films Avengers, Indiana Jones, Lord of the Rings
Musicals "Chicago"
Martial Arts films films contain numerous martial arts fights between characters, usually as the films' primary appeal and entertainment value, and often as a method of storytelling and character expression and development.
Horror films The Ring
Comedy films Borat
Animated Cartoons Tom and Jerry
Cartoon Programs showing a series of cartoons
Children’s Shows programs for children under the age of 6
Documentary Programs Travel and Tourism Programs, Science and technology documentaries, Nature and Wildlife Programs, Human Interest Stories
Game Shows A game show is a type of radio, television, or internet programming genre in which contestants, television personalities or celebrities, play a game which involves answering questions or solving puzzles usually for money and/or prizes.
Talent Quests A music competition designed to identify and award outstanding musical ensembles, soloists and musicologists. the Eurovision Song Contest, and American Idol.
Matchmaking & Dating TV shows The Batchelor
Comedy shows including Situational Comedies [sitcoms]
Soap Operas Sanra Barbara
Sports Programs e.g. live broadcasts of sports events
Talk Shows Chat Shows
The News BBC, CNN
Special News Programs programs, focusing on an important current topic
Current Affairs & News Analysis Programs interviews and discussions between panelists
Made-for-TV movies, TV series A television film (also known as a TV film; television movie; TV movie; telefilm; telemovie; made-for-television film;) is a feature-length motion picture that is produced for, and originally distributed by or to, a television network
TV & radio advertisements TV & radio commercials
to relax (Don't add 'myself' or any variation of 'self' after this word.) to 'wind down'
to take a stroll to take/have a walk
soothing music music making you feel more calm and more relaxed and less nervous, worried, or upset
holidays (Br.) vacation (U.S.)
to go sightseeing to see the sights, to look around the city
Billboards next to main roads, railway lines, on subway station walls etc.
Cell-phone text messages messages with ads you receive from your cell operator
Flyers & handouts () e.g., on the street, put into letterboxes etc.
Internet advertisements e.g., pop-up ads
Posters e.g. wall posters, bus stop posters
to be on to be shown on TV/ Cinema
to be carried away by to become so excited or involved in something that you lose control of your feelings or behaviour, to thrill
To stay in ant. to go out
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