Match the words to the sentences

city, excited, girl, learned, leave, morning, nothing, peace, something, weapons

MILO: Their language must be based on a root dialect. It's just like the Tower of Babel.

ROURKE: Well, maybe English is in there somewhere. We are explorers from the surface world. We come in (1)________________.

KIDA: Welcome to the city of Atlantis. Come. You must speak with my father now.

ROURKE: Squad "B," head back to the shaft and salvage what you can.

OFFICER: Yes, sir!

ROURKE: We'll rendezvous in 24 hours.

OFFICER: Let's move it. You heard him.

MOLIERE: I'm so (2)________________!

MILO: Now, what's really amazing is that if you deconstructed Latin, you overlaid it with a little Sumerian, throw in a dash of Thessalonian, you'd be getting close to their basic grammatical structure. Or at least you'd be in the same ballpark...

HELGA: Someone's having a good time.

ROURKE:  Like a kid at Christmas.

HELGA: Commander, there were not supposed to be people down here. This changes everything.

ROURKE: This changes (3)________________.

MILO: Take that, Mr. Harcourt!

ROURKE: Your Majesty? On behalf of my crew may I say it is an honor to be welcomed to your (4)________________.

MILO: Ahem. Uh, excuse me? Commander?

KING: You presume much to think you are welcome here.

ROURKE: Oh, sir, we have come a long way looking for...

KING: I know what you seek, and you will not find it here. Your journey has been in vain.

ROURKE: But we are peaceful explorers, men of science.

KING: Heh heh heh. And yet you bring (5)________________.

ROURKE: Our weapons allow us to remove obstacles we may encounter.

KING: Some obstacles cannot be removed with a mere show of force. Return to your people. You must (6)________________ Atlantis at once.

ROURKE: Oh, Your Majesty, be reasonable.

MILO: Sir...

ROURKE: Not now, son.

MILO: Trust me on this. We better do as he says.

ROURKE: May I respectfully request that we stay one night, sir? That would give us time to rest, resupply and be ready to travel by (7)________________.

KING: Hmm. Very well. One night. That is all.

ROURKE: Well, thank you, Your Majesty.

[Kida Sighs]

KING: Mmm. Your heart has softened, Kida. A thousand years ago you would have slain them on sight.

KIDA: A thousand years ago, the streets were lit, and our people did not have to scavenge for food at the edge of a crumbling city!

KING: The people are content.

KIDA: They do not know any better! We were once a great people. Now we live in ruins. The kings of our past would weep if they could see how far we have fallen.

KING: Kida....

KIDA: If these outsiders can unlock the secrets of our past, perhaps we can save our future.

KING: What they have to teach us, we have already (8)________________.

KIDA: Our way of life is dying.

KING: Our way of life is preserved. Mmm. Kida, when you take the throne, you will understand.

SWEET: So, how'd it go?

MILO: Well, the King and his daughter don't exactly see eye to eye. She seems to like us OK, but the King… I don't know, I think he's hiding (9)________________.

ROURKE: Well, if he's hiding something, I want to know what it is.

HELGA: Someone needs to talk to that (10)________________.


Answers:

MILO: Their language must be based on a root dialect. It's just like the Tower of Babel.

ROURKE: Well, maybe English is in there somewhere. We are explorers from the surface world. We come in (1)peace.

KIDA: Welcome to the city of Atlantis. Come. You must speak with my father now.

ROURKE: Squad "B," head back to the shaft and salvage what you can.

OFFICER: Yes, sir!

ROURKE: We'll rendezvous in 24 hours.

OFFICER: Let's move it. You heard him.

MOLIERE: I'm so (2)excited!

MILO: Now, what's really amazing is that if you deconstructed Latin, you overlaid it with a little Sumerian, throw in a dash of Thessalonian, you'd be getting close to their basic grammatical structure. Or at least you'd be in the same ballpark...

HELGA: Someone's having a good time.

ROURKE:  Like a kid at Christmas.

HELGA: Commander, there were not supposed to be people down here. This changes everything.

ROURKE: This changes (3)nothing.

MILO: Take that, Mr. Harcourt!

ROURKE: Your Majesty? On behalf of my crew may I say it is an honor to be welcomed to your (4)city.

MILO: Ahem. Uh, excuse me? Commander?

KING: You presume much to think you are welcome here.

ROURKE: Oh, sir, we have come a long way looking for...

KING: I know what you seek, and you will not find it here. Your journey has been in vain.

ROURKE: But we are peaceful explorers, men of science.

KING: Heh heh heh. And yet you bring (5)weapons.

ROURKE: Our weapons allow us to remove obstacles we may encounter.

KING: Some obstacles cannot be removed with a mere show of force. Return to your people. You must (6)leave Atlantis at once.

ROURKE: Oh, Your Majesty, be reasonable.

MILO: Sir...

ROURKE: Not now, son.

MILO: Trust me on this. We better do as he says.

ROURKE: May I respectfully request that we stay one night, sir? That would give us time to rest, resupply and be ready to travel by (7)morning.

KING: Hmm. Very well. One night. That is all.

ROURKE: Well, thank you, Your Majesty.

[Kida Sighs]

KING: Mmm. Your heart has softened, Kida. A thousand years ago you would have slain them on sight.

KIDA: A thousand years ago, the streets were lit, and our people did not have to scavenge for food at the edge of a crumbling city!

KING: The people are content.

KIDA: They do not know any better! We were once a great people. Now we live in ruins. The kings of our past would weep if they could see how far we have fallen.

KING: Kida....

KIDA: If these outsiders can unlock the secrets of our past, perhaps we can save our future.

KING: What they have to teach us, we have already (8)learned.

KIDA: Our way of life is dying.

KING: Our way of life is preserved. Mmm. Kida, when you take the throne, you will understand.

SWEET: So, how'd it go?

MILO: Well, the King and his daughter don't exactly see eye to eye. She seems to like us OK, but the King… I don't know, I think he's hiding (9)something.

ROURKE: Well, if he's hiding something, I want to know what it is.

HELGA: Someone needs to talk to that (10)girl.