Going to a Spanish Cinema

9 of 12 in Series: The Essentials of Going Out on the Town in Spanish-Speaking Countries

Latin America shows rich and varied films in its movie theaters, which are a wonderful form of entertainment. Consider the following Spanish conversation between Cristina and Nemesio, who decide to go to the cinema.

Nemesio:

Si quieres, vamos al cine.
see keeeh-rehs bvah-mohs ahl see-neh
If you want, we can go to the movies.

Cristina:

¿Hay muchos cines en esta ciudad?
ahy moo-chohs see-nehs ehn ehs-tah seeoo-dahd
Are there many cinemas in this city?

Nemesio:

Sí, hay muchos cines.
see ahy moo-chohs see-nehs
Yes, there are many cinemas.

Cristina:

¿Qué dan hoy?
keh dahn ohy
What’s playing today?

Nemesio:

Veamos la cartelera ¡Ah, mira, la version original de Nosferatu!
bveh-ah-mohs lah kahr-teh-leh-rah ah mee-rah lah vehr-seeohn oh-ree-Hee-nahl deh nohs-feh-rah-too
Let’s see the listings. Look! The original version of Nosferatu!

Cristina:

Esta película me gusta.
ehs-tah peh-lee-koo-lah meh goos-tah
I like this film.
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