motorcycle stunts

Motorcycle Stunts




high flip (2) bring/brought/brought
ramp air (2) foot/feet (2)
gap extremely dangerous
jump count (3) somersault
judge crowd hit/hit/hit (2)






AGT Host: “Okay, we have brought the entire show outside. Tell me, how high will you get when you hit the ramp?
Motorcyclist Leader: “Yeah about twenty-five foot (8 meters) up in the air with a seventy-five foot gap.”
AGT Host: “So it’s extremely dangerous?”
Motorcycle Leader: “Extremely.”
AGT Host: “Alright, let’s get it going. Really counting.”

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Judge Heidi: “That’s enough. I want it to stop!”

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Bicycle. A performance took place on the stage of America’s Got Talent. True or false? What season was it? Describe the weather.

Moped, Scooter. Was only one person performing? How many performers were there? How many people were performing?

Motorcycle. Is their performance very safe?

Automobile (Car). All four men had the same type of bikes and performed similar stunts. Is this right or wrong?

Truck. What sort of things did they do?

Bus. “That’s enough! I want it to stop!” Who said this? Why did she say this?

Train. Did the judges and audience like their act? What were the judges’ reaction during their performance?


Raft. Do you see motorcycles, mopeds and scooters on the streets of your city?

Canoe. My parents told me to never ride a motorcycle because they are dangerous (not safe). Yes or no?

Boat. Have you seen motocross races or motorcycle stunts?

Ship. Have you seen (lots of) mopeds, scooters and, or bicycle in other countries?

Airplane. Are motorcycles a symbol of power and masculinity; of being cool, macho and strong?

Spaceship, Rocket. What might happen in the future?

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