I know many Americans who have Oscar parties. Are we crazy? Perhaps we are. But Oscar-fever is real, and many have caught this “disease!”
As an English teacher, I of course see everything as an opportunity to learn some new vocabulary. The Oscars are no different! Today we are looking at some of the vocabulary related to the Oscars. Read on to find out more!
What the films that are up for* awards this season? (* we use the expression “to be up for” an award.)
Several movies have been nominated repeatedly, including:
- Hacksaw Ridge
- Hell or High Water
- Hidden Figures
- La La Land
- Manchester by the Sea
Have you seen any of these films? If so, do you think that they deserve to be nominated for an Academy Award? Let us know in the comments or on Facebook!
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You can check out the full list Academy Awards Nominees page here: oscar.go.com
The Oscar night fashion is a big deal: the “best dressed” and “worst dressed” lists are published immediately after the event, and some historic fashion moments are created during the show! Check out this slideshow of some of the most famous fashion moments from the Academy Awards.
When a nominee wins an award, he or she gives a speech. Most of them are “thank yous” to everyone they work with, but some are heartfelt, emotional, or funny!
Matthew McCononaughey, Best Actor “Dallas Buyers Club” (2014)
Tom Hanks, Best Actor “Forest Gump” (1995)
Jennifer Lawrence, Best Actress “Silver Linings Playbook” (2013)
Anne Hathaway, Best Supporting Actress “Les Miserables” (2013)