Iron Man test flight

Iron Man Test Flight



sir (2) reference at your service
display build up potentially
ready dream (2) fixed-wing
surface calibrate preference
wish foot/feet environment (2)
altitude diagnostic begin/began/begun
virtual terabyte calculation
engage prepare ground control
import record (3) as you wish
fatal online (2) break/broke/broken
upload build/built/built






Tony Stark: Jarvis, you there?
Jarvis: At your service, sir.
Tony Stark: Engage heads up display.
Jarvis: Check. Will do sir.
Tony Stark: Alright, what do you say?
Jarvis: I have indeed been uploaded, sir. We’re online and ready.
Tony Stark: Start a virtual walk-around.
Jarvis: Importing preferences and calibrating virtual environment.
Tony Stark: Check on control surfaces.
Jarvis: As you wish.

Jarvis: Preparing a complete power down and begin diagnostic.
Tony Stark: Ah, yeah. Tell you what, do the weather and ATC check. Start listening in on ground control
Jarvis: Sir, there are still tetrabytes of calculations needed before an actual flight is . . .
Tony Stark: Jarvis, sometimes you have to run before you can walk. Ready? In three, two, one . . .


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Tony Stark: Whoooooo.

It’s like a dream.

Alright, let’s see what this thing can do. What’s sr-71’s reference?

Jarvis: The altitude record for fixed-wing flight is eighty-five thousand (85,000) feet sir.
Tony Stark: Records were made to be broken.
Jarvis: Sir, there is a potentially fatal buildup of ice occuring.

Tony Stark: The ice breaker, Jarvis. Pull it flush.

I’ve got this frickin ice!



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1. Was Tony Stark alone, or was there another person with him?

2. Tony was testing out his Iron Man suit. This was the first time he was using the Iron Man suit. True or false?

3. There are many moving part of Iron Man’s suit. Is this right or wrong?

4. “Jarvis, sometimes you gotta run before you can walk.” What does this mean?

5. Was Tony Stark used to flying? Was it normal for him to fly?

6. What happened when Iron Man flew past the Ferris wheel?

7. Did he have any problems while flying? Was it a minor or serious problem?


A. I have seen Iron Man movies. Yes or no?

B. Would you or your friends like an Iron Man suit?

C. What could you do with an Iron Man suit?

D. What might happen in the future?

E. Should everyone have an Iron Man suit, or only one or a few people?

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