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  • My name is Alicia, and today we're going to talk about 10 TV related words.

  • Let's go to shoot to film.

  • The first expression is to shoot or to film, to shoot or to film.

  • Actually, we used these words here to shoot.

  • To shoot means to take video to record video in a sentence.

  • This show was shot in England to shoot, becomes shot to shoot shot in past tense we can also use to film.

  • Film comes from kind of older cameras where film actual physical film was used.

  • Now, of course, we use mostly digital media, but we used to shoot or to film video ah, or to shoot a TV show to talk about recording something for use in movies or TV to broadcast to air, to broadcast or to air.

  • So this these are words which mean to to play a TV show on TV to air a TV show to broadcast a TV show.

  • Recently, I feel like to air is more common, like this TV show airs every week on Friday in a sentence.

  • New episodes air every Friday we use.

  • Actually, we use broadcast for our live streams on this channel.

  • Like we could say, like a live broadcast every week at 10 p.m. e s t s T S o.

  • We can say broadcast, or we can say air.

  • I feel like broadcast is a little more natural for Internet things.

  • We don't really use airs every week for Internet things.

  • We use air for a TV, but yeah, broadcast would be more for Internet programming.

  • Anything to cast the next expression.

  • The next vocabulary word is to cast to cast their a couple different meanings of this worth.

  • There's a fishing related word, which means to throw out like a fishing line to try to get a fish.

  • This motion is called to cast, but if you're reading something about your favorite TV show and you see to cast, it means to choose someone to play a character, to choose someone to play a character is to cast.

  • So, for example, in a sentence who was cast in the role of the princess, so to cast someone as a character is an expression we use.

  • Jennifer Aniston was cast as Rachel in Friends, or Dean Cain was cast as Superman in the Superman TV show from the nineties to give an American pop culture example cast.

  • Okay.

  • The next expression, however, is the noun form cast so cast as a noun, not as a verb as a noun.

  • The cast is the group of actors and actresses who play the characters in the TV show or the movie you're watching.

  • So that's everybody.

  • All of the actors and actresses are called the cast together.

  • Their group is called the Cast.

  • So, for example, that show has an all star cast season Siris.

  • The next expression or the next word is season or Siri's, depending on which country you may hear.

  • Ah, let's see.

  • Let's see.

  • Season season is usually used in the U.

  • S.

  • And Siri's, I think, is used in maybe in England, on Bay, in Australia as well.

  • Ah, so season in Siri's thes mean like the roughly the years of a show in a sentence.

  • How many seasons have you seen?

  • So the kind of like the chapters of Show's Over like maybe 10 weeks or 12 weeks or so, you might watch one season of a show it usually has, like 8 to 10.

  • Maybe 12 episodes will talk about later, so one season is like one year of a show episode.

  • The next expression is episode.

  • Episode, So episode is one.

  • Usually for a TV show 1 30 minutes or 1 60 minute block of time in a sentence.

  • Every episode of that show is so good, so maybe each week one episode airs from a TV show or two episodes air every week, so an episode is one part of a season.

  • So, for example, to use these words together, we could say there are 10 episodes in every season of my favorite TV show.

  • So episodes are these kind of small blocks of time.

  • Small parts of each story to run, to run, to run.

  • To run is a verb that has many different meanings in English.

  • Oh, we can't talk about them all in one video or even a 1,000,000 videos.

  • But to run in this case means how long a program is broadcast or how long it program airs for.

  • So we would say that show is running for six seasons.

  • It means that show is going to be broadcast on TV for six seasons.

  • So in another example sentence that show ran for just three seasons.

  • So to run a show refers to the length of time that that TV program can be viewed on TV.

  • Maybe more example.

  • Sentences are better here.

  • So like Ah, this show has a planned run of 10 years, for We want to run this again next year, for example.

  • So that means how often you want to broadcast to be set in.

  • The next expression is to be set in to be set in refers to the place where the story happens in the TV show.

  • We can also use this four books and for movies, any storytelling situation you can use to be set in in this example sentence.

  • This show is set in New York City.

  • The expression to set in can refer to place, yes, but it can also refer to the time period of a show.

  • So, for example, maybe a show is set in the past.

  • Far in the past, you could say this show is set in the Old West or this show is set in ancient China.

  • This show is set in England in the 16 hundreds.

  • So that's, Ah, the location and the time when the TV show is set, so place and location we can use to be set in to Riker.

  • The next word is to recur, to recur.

  • So to require means to happen again, something that that continues something that repeats to recur.

  • So we use this for characters and themes, in particular in TV shows, so we might see a recurring character.

  • That character is a recurring character in the Siri's.

  • They repeat.

  • They appear again and again from time to time, not as a regular character, but they appear sometimes like supporting characters in a sentence.

  • Joker is a recurring villain in the Batman series.

  • He shows up from time to time.

  • He's a recurring character, a recurring villain in this case script.

  • The next word is script script.

  • Script is the text for the show trips.

  • A script is, uh, the the text that the actors and actresses read to tell you the story.

  • It's the stuff that the writers create.

  • And yeah, actors will read that those are the words for the show.

  • The script.

  • So in a sentence, the script of this show is really well written.

  • In fact, there is no script for this show.

  • Unscripted, Really, There's no script.

  • Sometimes people are like they're surprised to find out.

  • There's no script for this.

  • Some people like you're not reading anything.

  • I'm like No, of course not.

  • Do you think that I was reading all that?

  • It's always so clear to me, like the episodes that come out where I have had to read something like for the ah, the postcard contest, for example.

  • There's this.

  • It just everything just slows down.

  • And it's so like the vibe.

  • It's so weird.

  • No script for this show.

  • That's the end.

  • So those are 10 TV related words, and you can use some of these words with movies and other stories as well.

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