The Confrontation




bone soldier tooth/teeth
skull statue throw/threw/thrown
battle hilltop struggle
soil ground earth (2)
dirt sword shield (2)
arise temple get down
fight armor strike/struck/struck
clash thrust columns
yell blood sculpture
spear conflict duck (2)
kick warrior come/came/coe
cliff bronze take/took/taken
shout scream fall/fell/fallen
ship escape swim/swam/swum
grave avenge slay/slew/slain
stone emerge rise/rose/risen
jump destroy steal/stole/stolen






Aeëtes, King of Colchis: Rise up you dead slain of the Hydra. Rise from your graves and avenge us. Those who steal the Golden Fleece must die.

Jason, Leader of the Argonauts: Argus, get down to the ship. Take Medea.
Argus, Shipbuilding and Navigator: Come with me.

Aeëtes, King of Colchis: And there! There’s another! And more!

Destroy them!!! Kill! Kill, kill, kill them all!

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Bone, Skull, Skeleton. The setting was a field between forests. The scene too place in a field surrounded by forests. True or false?

Head, Neck. Did the King Aeëtes tell Jason and the Argonauts to give back the Golden Fleece? What did the King do?

Hair, Beard, Mustache, Eyebrows. Bushes and trees sprouted out of the ground and grew. Is this right or wrong?

Eyes, Nose, Ears. Did King Aeëtes’ own soldiers fight with Jason and the Argonauts?

Mouth, Lips, Tooth, Teeth. Five people, Jason the Argonauts, the ship captain and Princess Medea, fought against the skeleton warriors. Is this correct or incorrect?

Shoulders. It was very easy for Jason and his men to defeat the “Children of the Hydra’s Teeth (skeleton warriors). Do you agree?

Torso, Chest, Stomach. What happened in the end?
Back, Spine. I have read about or seen the myth of Jason and the Argonauts. Yes or no?

Arms, Elbow. Have you studied ancient and classical literature and history at school? Was it easy, difficult, or in the middle in terms of difficulty?

Skin. Who are your favorite explorers, discoverers or adventurers?

Hand, Fingers, Thumb. My friends and I would like to go on a voyage, excursion, expedition or adventure (tour).

Leg, Knee. What might happen in the future?

Foot, Feet, Toes. Should people read and watch historical movies and documentaries? Should people go on expeditions, tours and excursions?

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