天気映画 – The Day After Tomorrow

梅雨が明けても、不安定な天気がつづき、「夏だ!」と言える日がほとんどないよね。まあ、湿度はそんなに高くないし、台風のニュースが少ないのは嬉しいけど、やっぱり夏らしい天気が待ち遠しいね。今日は天気関連のお気に入り映画を紹介するよ。

The Day After Tomorrow  [2004] (デイ・アフター・トゥモロー)

Global warming triggers a catastrophic shift in the Earth’s climate, creating a global superstorm that unleashes unimaginable worldwide weather disasters.

on your mark icon 空欄の語彙を聞き取ってね。

BART ::              Oh! Oh, my God. Lisa, are you                   ? This tornado just came  and       the Hollywood sign. The Hollywood sign is gone. It’s just      .
TV WOMAN :: Bart,what can you see? Is            ?
BART ::              I               . There is so much       down there.  And there are       down there            .
MAN ::               Hey, what the hell are you guys doing? Go for      ! You can’t stay here! Get               !
TOMMY ::         What you’re seeing are two       tornadoes       Los Angeles International  Airport. Wait. Wait. It looks like they’ve       and        one large tornado.
MAN ::               Tommy!
TOMMY ::         Oh, my God! Holy shit!
TV MAN ::         I’d like to       all of our       to stay away from the areas…
MAN ::               Jeff, where are you?
JEFF ::                I’m on Yucca and Vine. I’m on my way in now.
MAN ::               You, You’re on TV. You’re       in the       of it.
JEFF ::                God! Oh, my God!
MAN ::               You gotta get out of there, man.
TV MAN ::         That bus just got       on top of that Porsche! Oh, my God. I hope no one was in that car.
TV WOMAN ::  For our national audience             us now we are going live to downtown  Los Angeles right now. Tommy?
TOMMY ::         If you look over there         ,that’s a tornado. Yes, a       in Los Angeles.  It’s one of many tornadoes that are              . There’s         .   That’s the Los Angeles      . It’s      !   It’s huge! I’ve never             like it.
WOMAN ::        What’s      ?
TOMMY ::         It looks like             of… huge, horrific, terrifying      ,  only this is the              !

Good luck and stay safe, Mark

 

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