Fiction, TV and Film vocabulary | Oxford 3000
BY OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS ELT
Do you know these words connected with fiction, TV and film? They are some of the most important
words to learn in English, and were all added to the Oxford 3000 word list when it was relaunched this year.
Use the words to fill the gaps in the sentences. You may need to change the form of the word. Look up the words in Oxford Learner’s Dictionaries and use the information in the entry to help you.
cartoon clue costume critic detective episode genre ghost narrative script setting tale
She writes short stories with a contemporary _____________.
Mickey Mouse is probably the most famous ________________ character of all.
She designed the _______________ for the play.
This is an exciting _____________ of action and adventure.
The _______________ described the movie as ‘a great family film’.
I just watched the final _____________ of the series.
Sherlock Holmes is a famous fictional _______________ who solves crimes by examining all the ___________ and making logical deductions.
Answers: detective, clues
He moved to Hollywood and started writing film ___________.
We used to sit around the campfire telling ___________ stories.
The book is written in the style of a first-person ______________.
How many did you get? Let us know in the comments!
Here are 50 more words connected with fiction, film and TV in the Oxford 3000*:
act, action, actor, actress, adapt, adventure, author, book, broadcast, camera, chapter, character, cinema, classic, comedy, describe, description, director, documentary, drama, dramatic, DVD, ending, exciting, film, hero, horror, imaginary, imagination, imagine, movie, mystery, novel, plot, producer, programme, publish, reader, review, romantic, scene, series, show, story, theme, television, TV, video, watch, writer