six million dollar man

The $6 Million Man

 
 
 

Vocabulary

strong blowout break up (2)
barely rebuild astronaut
bionic altitude capability
cyborg replace human being
extent function perform (2)

 
 
 
 
 
 

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Transcript

Cyborg: a human being whose original parts had to be replaced to one extent by another machines that perform the same functions.

That’s one small step for man; one giant leap for mankind.

Steve Austin: “I’ve got a blowout! I can’t hold altitude. Flight Com, I can’t hold it up. She’s breaking up! She’s break . . .”

Steve Austin. Astronaut. A man barely alive.

“Gentlemen, we can rebuild him. We have the technology. We have the capability to make the world’s first bionic man.

Steve Austin will be that man.

Better than he was before. Better . . . faster . . . stronger . . .

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Questions

Rocket. Steve Austin was a cabbage, potato, carrot, onion and watermelon farmer. True or false?

Spaceship. Did everything happen perfectly on his flight, or did he have an accident? Was it a major or minor accident? What happened to him?

Astronaut. Steve only had a few bruises and cuts, and walked home. He was not badly injured. Is this right or wrong?

Jet. Did surgeons perform a regular operation on him? Why is the title of this show “The Six Million Dollar Man”?

Robot. If the doctors had not turned Steve into a bionic man, he would have become disabled (handicapped, an invalid). Is this correct or incorrect?

Cyborg. After the surgery, was Steve normal again or was he different? How was he different than before? What could he do now?

Machine. What kind program do you think this is?

 

Electronics. Do you think this program is new or old? When was it produced?

Outer Space. I have watched or heard of this TV program before. Yes or no?

Operation. What could a cyborg or bionic person do?

Space Exploration. Would you and your friends like to have bionic powers?

Orbit. What might happen in the future?
 
 
 
 

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