Please help me to hear some phrases in a movie

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Romeo4755

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Good day. I'm a teacher of English. I often use short video-bits to introduce new vocabulary to the students. I like short pieces with a small complete idea - like TV ads or comic video, because they don't take much time to watch, have got plenty of everyday lexics and are easy to discuss or retell.

I've run into some funny videos in the net, but I don't hear well enough the text of all the pieces I would like to use. If it is not against the rules - could you give me a hand with the missing lines?
(I can attach the scripts for some other fragments - which I hear well - in return. :) I am going to give a jig-saw text reconstruction with this material.)

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http://www.angryalien.com/aa/bondbuns.asp

I admire your luck, mr…
Bond! James Bond.
Perfect!
Moneypenny, my heart is yours.
Double-o seven!
You must find…
… the stolen warheads…
… the microphone…
… the real diamonds.
Take this. It’s an exploding alarm-clock.
It’s a watch and a ***
Total world domination.
I’m Honey Rider.
Dr Goodhead.
Pussy Galore.
Onna top?
Onatopp.
You expect me to talk?
I expect you to die!
The decoder weights 10 kilos.
James! Make love to me!
I love you.
Now we’re married. Isn’t it wonderful?!
Get him, Bambi!
We’re out of fuel!
Clear!
I’ve baked a ***
You wouldn’t kill me.
Say good buy, mr…
Where is Bond?
Oh. He is indisposed.
Oh, James…


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http://www.angryalien.com/aa/marchpengbuns.asp

All I’m saying is I don’t know how you guys walk in this stuff!
This is a story of survival and hot penguin loving.
Each year emperor penguins walk in a freezing cold to mate.
The mother lays an egg and passes it to the father.
I’ve got it! I’ve got it!
Ooops.
While the mother is walking the entire way back to get food the father is ** the egg.
Challenges include polar ** storms, ** by seals and super-annoying birds.
Each chick makes a unique sound the parents recognize.
The mom returns to feed **
The chicks are then much of their time being ***
They enter the water and ***
***
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As our journey ends, one final question remains: will someone please get me a hot chocolate?
Me too!

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http://www.angryalien.com/aa/piratesbuns.asp

I want to be a pirate some day.
Stop talking about pirates!
Jack Sparrow.
Captain!
Will you sail under the command of a pirate?
We are cursed men!
We’re after the Black Pearl.
We’re still cursed.
Walk the plank!
You too, Sparrow!
Captain!
We’re back!
The curse is broken.
Arrest them!
We need your help!
Your time is up.
Take him!
Son!
The key!
The chest!
Here you go.
Release the krayken… the kraken…
Pirates.
You kissed him!
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verso

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Here's the second one:

All I’m saying is I don’t know how you guys walk in this stuff!
This is a story of survival and hot penguin loving.
Each year emperor penguins march seventy miles in the freezing cold to mate.
The mother lays an egg and passes it to the father.
I’ve got it! I’ve got it!
Ooops.
While the mother is walking the entire way back to get food the father is ** the egg.
Challenges include polar ice storms, death by seals and super-annoying birds.
Each chick makes a unique sound the parents recognize.
The mom returns to feed the chicks a gourmet meal.
The chicks spend then much of their time being being cute.
They head for the water, never to see their parents again. As our journey ends, one final question remains: will someone please get me a hot chocolate?
Me too!

PS: I think it's great that you do this. English can be made fun and interesting. What grades do you teach?
 

Romeo4755

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English can be made fun and interesting. What grades do you teach?

Thank you very much for the script.
I teach mostly "young learners" (teenagers, high school students, young professionals) - this task is for intermediate students who already know the vocabulary of Murphy's Essential grammar, but haven't yeat met much of 'real’ conversational English (wanna, gonna, move it, omitted subjects etc, etc). At the same time they have to use more 'clever ' words like 'suppose', 'refer', 'presume' - a whole new layer of lexics.
So we need small injections of non-adapted English. The students can discuss the meaning of the phrases in pairs – so that they had a chance of informative interchange – and then do the reconstructing. (We can have several groups and we need only one laptop for the whole class – with a loud speaker.)

Here are a few scripts for comic videos from the same source – if anybody finds it useful:

http://letterworld.narod.ru/service/Bunny_Starwars.doc
http://letterworld.narod.ru/service/Highlander_bun.doc
http://letterworld.narod.ru/service/Jaws_bun.doc
http://letterworld.narod.ru/service/Titanic_bun.doc
http://letterworld.narod.ru/service/kingkong_bun.doc

Please – can anybody write the last phrase in the script about Caribbean pirates (#3)?
 
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