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Once upon a time in Bollywood!




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Get ready

1
Read the question: "What makes a good fairy tale?". Repair the verb, the adjective and the noun phrase.



2
Tick the equivalent.

What makes a good fairy tale





3
Fill in the sentence with the words below to rephrase the question.

    What are the
    to
    an interesting
    ?

    4
    Brainstorm from the title of this chapter.

    Where do you usually find the phrase “Once upon a time”? Once upon a time Is the word “Bollywood” familiar? Can you find any connection?
    in Bollywood!
    What characters and animals do you often find in fairy tales?


    5
    Check with this table what you already know.

    Today, can you... Prove it! 🙂 🙁
    describe people and pictures? The princess is and has
    compare situations? Unlike Cinderella,
    talk about past events? The dragon . Then, the knight
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    Observe and listen

    1
    Label the different parts of the picture.

    <stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 1</stamp> Bollywood: The Greatest Love Story Ever Told
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    b
    a

    Bollywood: The Greatest Love Story Ever Told, directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra and Jeff Zimbalist, 2011.


    Bollywood dancers

    Couple

    Title


    2
    Select romantic elements describing the poster in this wordcloud.













    3
    Match the sentences to introduce this document.

      This document is
      The title of the movie is
      The movie was released in


      4
      Listen to the audio guide and choose the correct answers.

      Audio guide

      a) Bollywood is the name for the (Arty Film Industry in Dubai / Hindi Film Industry in Mumbai).
      b) Bollywood movies are realistic. (Right / Wrong).
      c) Bollywood movies include more  than Hollywood movies. (school clubs / dance / teenagers fights / melodrama / music / violence / comedy).

      5
      Some English words are of Hindi origins. Spot the odd one out!









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      Let’s have fun

      1
      Read the lyrics. Listen to the song and practice singing in Hindi.

      “Dola Re Dola”

      Hey dola re dola re dola re dola
      Hey, I swayed, I moved, I circled
      Haai dola dil dola mann dola re dola
      Oh, my heart swayed, my mind circled


      Song from a Bollywood movie
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      2
      Repair the verbs. How do you pronounce the sound -ed at the end of these verbs?









      3
      Match the icons to the correct word.

        ❤️
        🤔


        4
        Find the word which does not rhyme with the others.

        a)  (Heart /  Start / Shirt).
        b)  (Mind / Rained / Signed).

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