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"From the Ted Talk by Antonio Donato Nobre: The magic of the Amazon"

Unscramble the Blue Letters

Then, let's turn hblbue in our doeitcirn, and let's look at the Earth. Let's start with the Amazon! Let's dive, let's raceh out the reality we live in every day, and look carefully at it, since that's what we need. Davi Kopenawa doesn't need this. He has something already that I think I missed. I was educated by television. I think that I msesid this, an ancestral record, a vlioaautn of what I don't know, what I haven't seen. He is not a doubting taohms. He believes, with veneration and reverence, in what his ancestors and the spirits taught him. We can't do it, so let's look into the forest. Even with Hubble up there — this is a bird's-eye view, right? Even when this happens, we also see something that we don't know. The Spanish called it the geren inferno. If you go out there into the bushes and get lost, and, let's say, if you head west, it's 900 kilometers to Colombia, and another 1,000 to somewhere else. So, you can figure out why they called it the green inferno.

Open Cloze

Then, let's turn ______ in our _________, and let's look at the Earth. Let's start with the Amazon! Let's dive, let's _____ out the reality we live in every day, and look carefully at it, since that's what we need. Davi Kopenawa doesn't need this. He has something already that I think I missed. I was educated by television. I think that I ______ this, an ancestral record, a _________ of what I don't know, what I haven't seen. He is not a doubting ______. He believes, with veneration and reverence, in what his ancestors and the spirits taught him. We can't do it, so let's look into the forest. Even with Hubble up there — this is a bird's-eye view, right? Even when this happens, we also see something that we don't know. The Spanish called it the _____ inferno. If you go out there into the bushes and get lost, and, let's say, if you head west, it's 900 kilometers to Colombia, and another 1,000 to somewhere else. So, you can figure out why they called it the green inferno.

Solution

  1. direction
  2. reach
  3. hubble
  4. missed
  5. thomas
  6. valuation
  7. green

Original Text

Then, let's turn Hubble in our direction, and let's look at the Earth. Let's start with the Amazon! Let's dive, let's reach out the reality we live in every day, and look carefully at it, since that's what we need. Davi Kopenawa doesn't need this. He has something already that I think I missed. I was educated by television. I think that I missed this, an ancestral record, a valuation of what I don't know, what I haven't seen. He is not a doubting Thomas. He believes, with veneration and reverence, in what his ancestors and the spirits taught him. We can't do it, so let's look into the forest. Even with Hubble up there — this is a bird's-eye view, right? Even when this happens, we also see something that we don't know. The Spanish called it the green inferno. If you go out there into the bushes and get lost, and, let's say, if you head west, it's 900 kilometers to Colombia, and another 1,000 to somewhere else. So, you can figure out why they called it the green inferno.

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collocation frequency
clean air 4
billion metric 3
metric tons 3
green ocean 3
morpho butterfly 3

ngrams of length 3

collocation frequency
billion metric tons 3

Important Words

  1. ancestors
  2. ancestral
  3. believes
  4. bushes
  5. called
  6. carefully
  7. colombia
  8. davi
  9. day
  10. direction
  11. dive
  12. doubting
  13. earth
  14. educated
  15. figure
  16. forest
  17. green
  18. head
  19. hubble
  20. inferno
  21. kilometers
  22. kopenawa
  23. live
  24. lost
  25. missed
  26. reach
  27. reality
  28. record
  29. reverence
  30. spanish
  31. spirits
  32. start
  33. taught
  34. television
  35. thomas
  36. turn
  37. valuation
  38. veneration
  39. view
  40. west