Which movie should I watch to help my spanish?
I have been learning spanish for over an year. Its been some time since I am on break and I was wondering if I could watch a movie to brush up my skills.
There are a few movies that come to mind.
One is a great comedy by the name of The Three Amigos, starring Martin Short, Chevy Chase, and Steve Martin.
Another is the great portrayal of Richie Valens in the movie LaBamba, starring Lou Diamond Phillips.
If anything, you could always turn on the television and watch tons of Dora The Explorer cartoons!
Hope this helps!
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