Titanic Movie Video Spoken English Tutorial

Titanic Movie Video Spoken English Tutorial

How to learn English watching Titanic MovieStep 1. TITANIC MOVIE SCRIPS

How to learn English watching Titanic Movie. Titanic Movie Video Spoken English Tutorial remains as one of the most successful movie ever made in the his history of Hollywood. And to have missed such a brilliant efforts is like being devoid of a pleasure made especially for us, the audience. Please get a video clips of Titanic movie so that you can complete the exercise. On this Titanic Movie Video Spoken English Tutorial, first get the text scripts & video link from the following link read more than few times for better comprehend of accents & natural flow of conversation. I hope Titanic Movie Video Spoken English Tutorial will be most effective to getting western accent.

How to learn English watching Titanic Movie

Titanic Movie Video Spoken English Tutorial

Lovett : Over here are a few things we’ve recovered from your staterooms.
Rose : This was mine. How extraordinary! Its looks the same as the last time I saw it.
The reflection has changed a bit. My mother’s brooch. She wanted to go back for it. Caused quite a fuss.
Lovett : Are you ready to go back to Titanic?
Bodine : Okay here we go!!! She hits the berg on the starboard side and it sort of bumps one along……punching hole like a morse code….dit dit dit, down the side. Now she’s flooding in the forward compartments…and the water spills over the tops of the bulk heads, going aft. As her bow is going down, her stern is coming up….slow at first…and the faster and faster until it’s lifting all that weight, maybe 20 to 30 thousand tons…out of the water and the hull can’t deal……so SKRTTT!!
…….It splits right down the keel, which acts like a big hinge. Now the bow swings down and the stern falls back level….but the weight of the bow  pulls the stern up vertical, and then the bow section detaches, heading for the bottom. The stern bobs like a cork, floods and goes under about 2:20 a.m. two hours and forty minutes after the collision.
Bodine : The bow pulls out of its dive and planes away, almost a half a mile, before it hits the bottom going maybe 12 miles an hour. KABOOM!
The stern implodes as it sinks, from the pleasure, and rips apart from the force of the current as it falls, landing like a big pile of junk. Cool huh?
Rose : Thank you for that fine forensic analysis, Mr. Bodine, of course the experience of it was somewhat different.
Lovett : Will you share it wish us?