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2. The theme--- Nobody VS Somebody

  • I'm nobody! Who are you?
  • Are you nobody too?
  • Then there's a pair of us? Don't tell!
  • They'd advertise, you know!
  • How dreary to be somebody!
  • How public--like a frog-
  • To tell one's name the livelong June
  • To an admiring bog!

Appreciate a poem by Emily Dickinson Appreciate a poem by Emily Dickinson --- Im nobody! Who are you? 3. The features of the movie I Looking a little fishy 4. Oscar cleaner wrasse 5. Lola lion fish 6.

  • angelfish

Angie 7. puffer fish Sykes 8. Lenny Great White Shark 9.

  • Jellyfish( )

Octopus( ) 10. The features of the movie II The Imitation of the Voice Actors 11. Matching Game Angelina Julie Rene Zellweger 12. Will Smith Jack Black Robert De Niro 13. protruding ears 14. Look at theirmouths similar? 15. Thick & sexy lipsFlowing hair 16. 17.

  • mole

18. 19. Martin Scorsese Bushy eyebrows Teeth 20.

  • rounder nose
  • fuller cheeks

21. the sweetness in the way her eyes crinkle up 22. The features of the movie III Real Life Scenes in the Movie 23.

  • Times Square
  • reef version of Times Square

24. Flower Shop 25. Traffic Accident 26.

  • Traffic Lights

27. Dirt-wagon 28. tourists 29. News Report 30. Pawnshop Note: prawn Pawnshop , prawnshop. 31. trolleybus tour 32. Sushi bowl 33. Whale Wash 34. Horse race Sea Horse Race 35. Walk of Fame 36.

  • Hip-Hop culture
  • New York City & Los Angeles City

American Pop Culture 37. Hip-Hop

  • What is hip-hop?
  • The Elements :
      • Deejaying (DJing, turntabling)
      • Emceeing (MCing, freestyle rap) ---Master of ceremonies
      • [MC Rapper MC ]
      • b-boying (Hip-hop dance ): break dance
      • Graffiti
      • hip hop fashion
      • baggy clothes, multi-finger rings, gold or platinum chains , baseball caps, hooded sweaters, large glasses, boots or sneakers

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  • Hip-hop is a culture.
  • Hip hopalso refers tohip hop music , orrap music.
  • Hip Hop is a cultural movement in the Bronx borough of New York City
  • among African American and Latino communities
  • began in the early1970s
  • spreading into the mainstream during the early1980s
  • spread all over the world by the1990s

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  • Graffiti,or graf, started as underground urban art boldly displayed in public areas, usually sides of buildings or walls.
  • It was used by citizens to make political and social commentary, as well as gangs to mark territory.

42. GraffitiOn The Great Wall ofChina 43. 44. Learning English through Movie

  • love ya
  • see ya
  • gimme
  • kinda
  • aint it great?
  • (am not are not is not has not have not
  • )

=kind of =give me =see you =love you e.g. in a weird kinda way 45. Learning English through Movie 46. Learning English through Movie

  • I'm alreadypunched in ? Angie.
  • Good morning. Can I help you? [deep] One wash and lube, please. - Hot wax? - Please. Kelp( ) scrape? We're having a special.
  • Why not? It is mating season, and I'm feelin' lucky. Sykes' Whale Wash. A whale of a wash, and the price... oh,my gosh .

47. Learning English through Movie

  • We do a couple of practice runs, badda-bing badda-boom, Pop's happy, you're a shark, life goes on.Capiche ?
  • Okay. Okay, capiche.
  • Bingo . Right there. Dead ahead. You see it?TV dinner . Don't get easier than this.

48. Learning English through Movie

  • Would you just sit down, okay?
  • - Thank you. I've been goin' over my markers. You're into me forfive grand .
  • -5 G's , okay?
  • - 5 G's? Man, you trippin'? 5 G's.
  • Oh, yeah? See if this refreshes your memory.

49. Learning English through Movie

  • You had the money to pay me back and you bet it anyway?
  • - Hold up.
  • - Gimme that!
  • - Clearly I've made a mistake.
  • - No, no, wait! Lola! Look.
  • Deep down, I'm really superficial.And don't get me wrong, you're cute, but... you're a nobody.

50. Learning English through Movie

  • [Oscar] Don't swallow.
  • - Oscar? - No, it'sPinocchio . Of course it's me.
  • - [Oscar] Why did you do that?
  • - I'm sorry.
  • No. "Sorry" is when you step on somebody's fin at the movies.
  • "Sorry" is when you say, "When's the baby due?" and it turns out the person's just fat.

51. Learning English through Movie

  • [TV] Seems The Sharkslayer not only conquered a few sharks today, but maybe a few hearts?
  • Has the reef's most eligible bachelor beensnapped up ?
  • I'm Katie Current, here live, watching the Sharkslayermaking out .

52. Learning English through Movie

  • It's not like you feel the same way about her. [laughs]
  • You know, I don't think this is gonnawork out.
  • Wait,are you dumping me ? Let me explain something to you.

53. Learning English through Movie

  • According to the latestScallop Poll , fear of sharks is at an all-time high. Join us tonight for an in-depth report. How long must this reef live under siege ( )? Is there no hero among us? Who can stop this shark menace ( )?
  • Scallop Poll

Gallop Poll 54.

  • New York City Attractions
  • Los Angeles Attractions

Presentation Time 55. SupplementaryMaterialsfor Teachers 56. New York City--- the Big Apple 57.

  • Statue of Liberty This gift from France has become the symbol of New York City. It was a gift from the French government for the100th birthday of America's Independence. The steel framework was made by Gustave Eiffel, who also built theEiffel TowerinParis . The Statue of Liberty is 46,5 meters high and together with the pedestal it reaches 93 meters. It used to be possible to take the staircase inside the statue and walk all the way up the 354 steps to the head from where you have a nice view on New York City, but for security reasons it was not allowed anymore for some time after Sept. 11.

58. Empire Sate Building :More than any other building in the world, the Empire State Building represents the ambition of humans to build towers that reach for the skies. It probably is New York's best known landmark and is prominent on many postcards. At the time it was built on 5th. Avenue, it broke all records and was dubbed 'the 8th world wonder'. It had 64 elevators (now 73) and was built in only 1 year, 45 days.You can visit the Empire State Building from where you have a magnificent view. The Empire State Building is situated south of Midtown, away from the skyscraper clusters downtown in the financial district and midtown, so this is one of the few places in Manhattan where you have a great 360 degrees view. 59. 60.

  • Central Parkis one of those places that make New York such a great place to live. The huge park, 843 acres large, is located in the center of Manhattan. Its design is an example for city parks around the world. The park boasts several lakes, theaters, ice rinks, fountains, tennis courts, baseball fields, many playgrounds and other facilities. It is also home to the Central Park Zoo and the Metropolitan museum of Art. Especially during the weekends, when cars are not allowed into the park, Central Park is a welcome oasis in this hectic city.

61. 5 boroughsinNew York City 62.

  • Brooklyn , a borough founded by the Dutch in the 17th century was an independent city until 1898, when Brooklyn decided in a close vote to become aborough of New York. At that time the Brooklyn bridge had connected the two cities for 15 years. The impressive bridge spans the East river from Brooklyn to lower Manhattan and stretches for about 1.5 km.

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  • Grand Central Terminalis one of the two monumental gateways that were built in the heyday of railway transportation. The monumental railway station was constructed in 1903-1913 for the New York and Harlem Railroad company. It is a grand Beaux-Arts building which serves as a transportation hub connecting train, metro, car and pedestrian traffic in an efficient way. It has 67 train tracks on two different levels.

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  • Rockefeller Center:The design of the complex was done by the architect Benjamin Wistar Morris. When the Met abandoned the project after the 1929 stock market crash, Rockefeller came up with a plan for a corporate complex to house the new radio and television corporations. Radio City was born. One of the first buildings c