Here’s How You Say “Movie” in 10 Different Languages

Movies are one of the best creations of mankind. They have not only entertained the people all around the world but also have brought them together by giving them something to relate to. The fascination with movies began decades ago, when the first black and white, silent film was released. Since then, movies have gone through major evolution that has resulted in the enhancement of the quality of visual effects and the movie watching experience. Now a die-hard fan of a celebrity and/or a movie buff will truly know the joys of watching their favorite film on the silver screen.

Now, thanks to fancy computers and high-speed Internet, it has become easy for people to watch national and international films from any corner of the world. People have now begun to like and appreciate global movies more than ever. So, by any chance, if you are someone who loves to watch foreign films and are intrigued by foreign languages, you’ll like what we have got in store for you.

We plan to give you a crash course on how to say the word “Movie” in different languages. We know that it can be a bit of a tongue-twister to read some names, but it’s definitely fun to read out loud all the translations.

Fliek – Afrikaans

Elokuva – Finnish

Tainía – Greek

Chalachitr – Hindi

Bíómynd – Icelandic

Eiga – Japanese

Yeonghwa – Korean

Diànyǐng – Mandarin & Cantonese

Película – Spanish

Bộ phim – Vietnamese

So now that we have sharpened your linguistic skills (or maybe not), it’s time for you to spread the word. Also, keep this article handy if you plan to travel to any of these countries.

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