the acrobat brothers

The Giang Brothers



show keep (2) incredible
royal perform take the stage
stage amazing of course
world exciting hard work
utterly honestly share (2)
practice heart (2) speak for everyone
ready strength Olympics
pay off audition rest of my life






Side Hosts: “Ready? It’s all yours.”
Duo Quoc Co and Quoc Nghiep: “Hello.”
David Williams: “Hello.”
Duo Quoc Co and Quoc Nghiep: “Hello. We are Giang Brothers. We are from Vietnam.”
David Williams: “Okay. So you are real brothers?”
Duo Quoc Co and Quoc Nghiep: “Yeah. We are really brothers.”
David Williams: “Is there a ‘Vietnam’s Got Talent’?”
Duo Quoc Co and Quoc Nghiep: “Yes, we have a ‘Vietnam’s Got Talent’.”
David Williams: “And have you been on that?”
Duo Quoc Co and Quoc Nghiep: “No, because this is the biggest show in the world. And we would like to perform for the Royal Family.”
David Williams: “Well look. Take the stage.”
Duo Quoc Co and Quoc Nghiep: Thank you very much.
David Williams: “Thank you.”


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Alesha Dixon: “Amazing. Honestly, this is the show that just keeps on giving: it’s keeps getting better and better.

This is one of the most exciting auditions I’ve ever watched!

Thank you Vietnam!”

Amanda Holden: It was utterly incredible and my heart was in my mouth for all of it. I don’t know how where you find the strength from.”

Duo Quoc Co and Quoc Nghiep: We have to practice every day for six hours a day.”

David Williams: “At what age did you start this kind of thing?”
Duo Quoc Co and Quoc Nghiep: “At ten years old.”
David Williams: “Thank you from the bottom of my heart, I’m sure I speak for the audience too, for coming all this way, and sharing your incredible talent with us today.”

Simon Cowell: “This for me is like watching the Olympics — not a talent show — the Olympics.

Hard work and talent pays off. That’s what it’s all about.

I’m going to remember this audition for the rest of my life. It was honestly amazing. Thank you. Amazing.

Alesha Dixon: “Let’s take a vote.”
Simon: “Of course, ‘yes’.”
Amanda Holden: “It’s a ‘yes’ for me.”
Alesha Dixon: “I’m saying ‘yes’.”
David Williams: “You have four big fat ‘yeses’.”


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1. Duo Quoc Co and Quoc Nghiep were classmates from school. True or false?

2. Did they first perform on Vietnam’s Got Talent?

3. They did only one act. Is this right or wrong?

4. What happened in their first act?

5. Their second act was very similar to the first act is this correct or incorrect? What did they do in their second act?

6. Did the audience and judges love their performance?

7. When did they start training and practicing? Do they practice once a week?

8. How did the judges vote?


A. I have seen acrobatic performances. Yes or no?

B. Do you or your friends practice gymnastics or dance?

C. Do the brother have natural talent, they trained and practiced a lot or both?

D. My friends and I have talents, skills and abilities.

E. What will happen in the future?

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