Jurassic Park first encounter

Welcome to Jurassic Park



species swamp (2) humongous
blood mean (3) mile per hour
crazy thing (2) do/did/done
rule (2) rule book tear/tore/torn
tear up apply (3) cold-blooded
extinct creature warm-blooded
neck show (2) foot/feet (2)
mile period (3) make/made/made
per welcome fast/faster/fastest
knee clock (2) say/said/said
herd between put/put/put
fortune move (2) get/got/got-gotten







Dr. Ellie Sattler: “Alan, this species of velociraptor has been extinct . . . since the Cretaceous Period. l mean, this thing is humongous thing. What? What?”

Dr. Allan Grant: “Look at that. Um, it’s — it’s a dinosaur.”
Dr. Ellie Sattler: “Uh-huh.”

Dr. Ian Malcolm: “He did it. The crazy son of a bitch, he did it.”

Dr. Allan Grant: “Look at this tear; up the rule book on cold-bloodedness. lt doesn’t apply. They’re totally wrong. This is a warm-blooded creature.”
Dr. Ellie Sattler: This thing doesn’t live in the swamp.”
Dr. Allan Grant: This thing’s got what, a 27-foot neck?” –
John Hammond, Millionaire: “The brachiosaur, 30. Thirty feet.”

Wayne, Employee: “We’re gonna make a fortune with this place.”
Dr. Allan Grant: “How fast are they?”
John Hammond, Millionaire: “Well we clocked the T-rex at 32 miles an hour.”
Dr. Ellie Sattler: “T — T-Rex?”
John Hammond, Millionaire: “Mm-hmm.”
Dr. Ellie Sattler: “You said you’ve got a T-Rex?”
Dr. Allan Grant: “Say again.”
John Hammond, Millionaire: “We have a T-Rex!”
Dr. Allan Grant: “Oh.”
Dr. Ellie Sattler: “Put your head between your knees.”

Dr. Grant, my dear Dr. Sattler — welcome to Jurassic Park.”

Dr. Allan Grant: “They’re moving in herds. They do move in herds. How’d you do this?”
John Hammond, Millionaire: “l’ll show you.”

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Dinosaur. In the beginning of the video, a group of people were hiking in the mountains. True or false?

Tyrannosaurus rex (T-rex), Allosaurus. Did they come to view forests, flowers, birds and streams?

Velociraptor. What did they see? What was their reaction? How did they feel?

Brontosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Diplodocus, Seismosaurus. Everyone was scared and terrified, and drove away. The car turned around and drove away. Is this right or wrong?

Was everybody thinking about the dinosaurs? Was everyone focused on the dinosaurs?

Did they see carnivorous (meat-eating) dinosaurs?

Ankylosaurus. Everyone was happy, thrilled and excited that there was a Tyrannosaurus rex. Is this correct or incorrect?

Are the brachiosaurs solitary or social dinosaurs? Do they live alone or in groups?

Do you have dinosaur toys and books?

Pterodactyl, Pteranodon. Have you studied, read about or watched programs, videos and movies about dinosaurs?

Plesiosaurus, Elasmosaurus. I have seen dinosaur skeletons in museums. I have been to a dinosaur theme park. Yes or no?

Parasaurolophus. What might happen in the future?

Spinosaurus. Scientists should recreate or bring dinosaurs back to life. Do you agree? What would happen if scientists brought dinosaurs back to life? If there were dinosaurs today . . . .

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