Task 2 - Newton's Laws
"They don't have engines, they don't have brakes so, what makes a roller coaster
Task 3 - The roller coaster
Task 4 - Vocabulary
Look at the words on the left and match
them to a suitable word on the right.
Look at the pictures of the different rides below. Why do young people like
Which ride do you like best? Why?
Roller coaster fanatics who are desperate to ride the biggest and best
should head down to Southport’s Pleasureland Theme park where
Britain’s tallest and fastest coaster ride has just opened. The
Traumatizer ride swings victims throwing five terrifying loops and
rolls at speeds of up to 80 km before throwing them upside down and
then over again with a G-force of 4.5 on your face. This white-
knuckle experience is the closest you’ll ever get to being a fighter
pilot. Just don’t eat before you ride!
At Sea Life you learn than an octopus has not only got eight legs but three
hearts and a brain the size of a dog’s, that a star fish can regrow a leg if one
gets damaged. There’s plenty for the whole family at Sea Life with a full
programme of entertainment and talks. And afterwards, you can relax over a
drink or meal in our restaurant before browsing in our special gift shop.
Hello Fun Park
The Hello Fun Park is a unique theme park and one of the best
in Europe. Whatever your taste, we have it. We offer a great
day out for all. Open throughout the year, Hello is the place to
visit for a good time offering numerous thrilling rides. Feel the
adrenalin flow as you fall 40 metres to the ground; for those
with a strong stomach why not try the shock tower? And
afterwards, relax in a variety of food places where you can
have anything from pizza and burger to ice-cream and waffles.
Ten percent discount for groups of seven or more if booked in
Task 2 - Comprehension
In pairs, answer the following questions about the