- 742 ：Magi ◆U2cdYrhXD6 ：2007/03/12(月) 11:24:29 ID:???0
Thank you Nanashi. I'll do that.
Thanks for confirming. ^__^
That's a good question, and it's fine to ask here. ^_^
Most people use the word movie more than the other two. Whether
we watch it at the theatre or at home, that's what we call it. "Film" is
a word that sounds a little more academic or professional. A director
or a person writing an essay might say "film." It's not extremely, but
a little bit scholarly. "Cinema" mostly just used to mean a movie theatre.
In fact, you could say, "I'm going to watch a movie at the cinema." I
usually just say, "the movie theatre" or, even more casually, "the movies."
I think "cinema" isn't a very common word in the United States.
Please keep in mind that "film" also refers to the actual tape that one
loads into a camera. So, we do use the word a lot, just in a different way
than you asked about.
As for "picture" and "image," "picture" is more common. The way I think
about it is, the entire photograph, painting, drawing, et cetera, is the "picture."
An item within the picture is an "image" of something. That may not be
the proper definition, but I think it's how we use the words most of the time
I may have seen those. I'm not sure about college saga. I think someone
posted the 9000 one after there were 9000 replies here. ^^
Right. I think she did something wrong. But, overreacting is no good.
Thank you for the warning. I'll brace myself and try to weather the 春厨.
Stay strong! We're all in this together! ^_~b
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