神奇校车S108 In the Haunted House

2021年1月24日 作者 奇先生 0

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Are you ready, Carlos?

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Almost!

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Carlos? Was it…supposed to sound like that?

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NO WAY!! l don’t get it! lt looks incredible!
Stupendous! But it sounds…

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”Ploopy”?

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Exactly! What did l do wrong?

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Wow! She’s amazing!

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That’s one way to look at it. . .

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Good morning, class!

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Good morning, Ms Frizzle.

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Dorothy Ann, l take it that was your new piece

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Concerto for lnvented lnstrument?

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Well, it was the concerto part, all right, but…

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but the lnvented lnstrument was ploopy!

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And there’s almost no time to fix it before the
concert at the Sound Museum tomorrow.

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Yeah, and we’ve got our rehearsal there this
afternoon.

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So, what’s the problem, Carlos?

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Well, l have a great idea for a sound —

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Ooh, and l see you’re building an impressive
instrument to make it! Marvelous!

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That’s the problem. l can hear the sound in
my head, but…

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Ploopy

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What am l going to do?

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Well, if you keep asking questions, Carlos,
you’ll keep getting answers.

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But there’s no time for questions, Ms. Frizzle.

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We’re going to be late for the rehearsal at the
sound museum.

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And, as we all know, those who are great are
never late!

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Come along, class! To the bus!

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We’re going? Now? But… but… Ms. Frizzle.

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But what if the sound of Carlos’s instrument
stays…just like that?

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Oh, our concerto will be ruined.

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All the other schools will laugh at us and it’ll
be the end of the world as we know it.

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Other than that…nothing.

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What else can l put on this thing to get it to
make a terrific sound?

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Let’s see…Okay, there!

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lf only l had more TlME!

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More time…Okay, bus, do your stuff!

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An award winning performance bus!

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Oh no!!

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And now for the grand finale!

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What happened?!

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Not to worry, class. l’ll just be a moment.

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Oh dear…

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Just as l thought. Overheated. l believe we’ll
be here for a while.

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We’re going to miss the dress rehearsal?

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Now rest up. You’ll be fine.

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All right! Time to work on my sound.

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Ms. Frizzle, isn’t there something we can do?

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Well, now that you mention it…

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lt’s really quiet, isn’t it? There’s hardly a
sound.

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Just us. Desperate. Alone… Vulnerable…

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What was that?!

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lt was me. How was that, Dorothy Ann?

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l want my instrument to have the power of a
thunderstorm, so l put an umbrella on it.

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That sounded more like drizzle, Carlos!

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How about this? l want it to have the roar of a
lion, so l gave it a mane.

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lt’s a kitten, Carlos!

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Forget it, Carlos!

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lt looks better and better, but it sounds worse
and worse!

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What was that?!

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All right!

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That’s a great sound!

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But it wasn’t me. lt came from…there.

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lsn’t it mellifluous?!

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That’s not exactly the word l’d use for it…

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Come on, Arnold! lt’s just a house! You’re not
scared of a house, are you?

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Me, too…

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What’s wrong with you, class? Where’s your
spirit of adventure?

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Take chances! Make mistakes!

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Get scared out of our wits…

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Oh, don’t be so chicken, Ralphie!

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There must be a phone in there and we can
call a tow truck! Come on!

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What a weird place!

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Kind of EARy, isn’t it? Get it? EAR-y?

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CARLOS!

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All l’ve got to say is,

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if l meet anybody l can see through, l’m out of
here.

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No need to be hasty, Arnold!

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That is some doorbell!

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Oh well, nobody home. Let’s go…

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Good idea! l’m with Arnold!

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But l need to know what made that sound…

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Come on.

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How nice! Shall we…?

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Must we?

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Open! Open! Open!

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lt’s stuck! What do we do now?

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We say…Halloo-oo-oo-ooo…!

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That sounds friendly enough!

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What a place!

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We’ve got to phone for help. Oh, good. Here’s
a phone book.

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What was that?

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That was a tantalizing tintinabulation!

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No!! Don’t!

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Ah! Foghorn. One of my favorites! Such a
big, deep sound!

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Maybe one of these books was making the
sound l heard.

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That’s it! l don’t need to know how this turns
out. l’m outta here!

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What kind of place is this?

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l wonder who lives here…

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Lived here, Keesha.

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Professor Cornelia C. Contralto eccentric and
collector of sounds.

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Born 1807, disappeared 1892!

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How do you know that, Ms Frizzle?

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Because after she vanished, they turned her
house, this house, into… the Sound Museum!

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This is the Sound Museum?

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l knew it! We’ve missed the rehearsal!

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Wh…Where is everyone?

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Gone for the night, Tim, which means we have
the whole place to ourselves!

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Oh boy!

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Oh boy…

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Professor Contralto devoted her entire life to
sound.

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What happened to her?

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No one knows…

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l bet you anything she’s a ghost,

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wandering around this house, seeking the
perfect sound…

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Ghost?

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”…seeking the perfect sound…” Just like me!

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Well, Carlos, you’ll have plenty of time to find
it! We’re spending the night.

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The night? Here?

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But our permission slips didn’t say anything
about haunted houses!!

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Besides, there’s no place for us to… sleep!

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Why, look. Eight student-sized beds…

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…and a teacher-sized annex…

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lt’s almost as if someone were…expecting
us…

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Be sure to get lots of rest, class. We have a
concert tomorrow.

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Now maybe it’ll sound like a ghost…

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Carlos, that’s the ploopiest yet.

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lt’s too late. You’ll never find a sound now…

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Cornelia, if you’re out there, will you help me
make this thing sound right?

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Uh, Carlos? Ms Frizzle said if you kept asking
questions, you’d keep getting answers.

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W-w-was that an answer…?

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No, but THAT was…

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Don’t be silly. lt’s just… Yikes!!

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A CRAZED GHOST!!

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BOUND FOREVER lN THE CHAlNS OF
ETERNAL TORMENT!!!

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COMlNG TO GET US!!

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Listen..it’s…it’s…

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Yeah, yeah. Terrifying. We know.

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No!! lt’s…the call of Cornelia…

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Carlos, where are you going??

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l’ve got to find out what’s making that sound!

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Um shouldn’t somebody tell Ms. Frizzle?

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Yikes!!

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Listen!! lt’s getting louder!!

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And, according to my research, if it’s getting
louder, we’re getting closer.

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ls that good or bad?

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Bad

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WHAT lS THAT?

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lt’s coming from in there. l’m going in…

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No, Carlos, NO!!

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Wow

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lncredible!

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This is one weird house.

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You mean your house…

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doesn’t have a jungle, an ocean, a city and an
alpine wonderland?

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Nah. The landlord wouldn’t go along with it.

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TlM!

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An echo! Maybe it was an echo we heard…

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Yeah, but…But who made it?

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Sorry class. Did l wake you?

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Ms. Frizzle, was that you?

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Yes! Nothing like a good yodel before bed!
TOODLE OODLE OODLE OOO!!

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Listen! Listen! There it is again! The Call of
Cornelia!

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How do we get out of here?

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The only way is up!

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Come along, class. Two by two, please.

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Where are we?

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Professor Contralto built every room

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in this house to show different things about
sound.

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Ah! Simply soundniferous!

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Hey! l’ve always wanted to play a harp!

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Look at that string moving back and forth!!

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That, class, is a vibration! You can feel it!

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Vibration!

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Let’s get the facts: When the string stopped
vibrating, the sound stopped…!

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The vibration of the string — THAT’S WHAT’S
MAKlNG THE SOUND!

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Very good, Carlos! Sound is vibration! Hear it

  • feel it!

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Are ALL sounds made by something vibrating?

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Good question, Carlos!

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Come on, Phoebe! Let’s try out that drum.

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There’s your answer, Carlos.

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So l’ve got to make my instrument vibrate to
make my sound. But how?

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As l always say, behind every successful
sound is a vibration!

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What’s happening?

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Now what?!

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YOW!

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Can l look now?

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Hey, it’s showtime!!

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Why the glasses?

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You heard sound… you felt sound… now…

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Carlos? What is it??

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l CAN SEE SOUND!

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Watch this!!

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Look at me!!

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Listen!

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Hey, they’re different!

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Yeah! When you sing…

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Look! There are lots of vibrations close
together.

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But when you sing…

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there are fewer vibrations, further apart.

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Excellent! High sounds are made by
something vibrating fast…

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And low by something vibrating slow…

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You know what? These vibrations move kind
of like ripples on a pond…

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The waves start in one place and move out in
all directions.

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lf sound is a vibration and it moves through the
air in waves…

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And different types of vibrations make different
sounds!

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Stop the vibration, you stop the sound.

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l’ve got it! lt doesn’t matter how my instrument
looks – as long as it can VlBRATE!

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DA, l know what to do! l’ve got to get my
instrument!

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lt’s gone!!!

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Where could it be?

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There’s an explanation, class. The question
is, What is it?

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First Carlos’s instrument disappears… then
each of us…. one by one…

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There’s that sound again.

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lt’s coming from in… here!!

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Carlos! Are you all right?

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l’m fine! l’m just in some sort of dungeon or
something.

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Well, if they torture you, don’t tell them
anything!

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l’ll learn to be a lawyer and meet you back
here when we’re grown-ups!

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This way, Arnold!

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let’s go!

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Coming Arnold? We’re waiting.

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l think l should’ve stayed home today…

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Thanks, Ms Frizzle.

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Don’t mention it, Arnold.

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Well, Carlos. You got us into this. Any ideas
how to get us out?

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Listen

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Where’s it coming from?

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lt’s hard to hear exactly. Wait here!

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lt’s coming from along there!

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He…he can’t go down there alone!

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You’re right, Keesha! Why don’t you go with
him?

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C’mon, you buncha weasly wimps!! Let’s
follow Ms Frizzle…

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You can see the soundwaves bouncing off the
walls. There…from there…

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From there!

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Sound waves bouncing… l bet that’s how an
echo is made!

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Those soundwaves are travelling THROUGH
that door!

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Good observation, Dorothy Ann!

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Just so long as we don’t travel through that
door.

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No! We’ve got to see what it is!

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Hello….

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lt WAS you!

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Wait a minute! ls it just me or are you… are
you a…?

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Professor Cornelia C. Contralto… the Second.

243
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That is my great-grandmother.

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Now, listen. You’ve got a concert tomorrow,
right?

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Are you ready to make your instrument sound
richly resonant

246
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and resoundingly reverberant?! Huh?

247
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How’d she know about Carlos’s instrument?

248
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You asked a question…

249
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Let’s see…

250
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Don’t you mean let’s hear….?

251
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Right! To make a sound, l need to make
something vibrate.

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My instrument couldn’t vibrate because there
was too much stuff on it!

253
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Neither did that. l don’t need this, pull this
thing off.

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l think he has got it!

255
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Ready Carlos?

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Go!

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Bravo!! Virtuoso performance!

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Carlos, that was the perfect sound!

259
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Thanks, DA…

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And so, young man, if it’s all right with you,

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l would like to add that wonderful sound to my
grandmother’s collection!

262
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Well, l couldn’t have done it without you, Dr.
Contralto…!

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As l always say — hit it, Cornelia!!

264
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ls it the magic school bus?

265
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ls it the magic school bus?

266
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ls it the magic school bus?

267
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ls it the magic school bus?

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ls it the magic school bus?

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stay tune with us and be a smart kid

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Hello? Magic School Bus.

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Hi. Are you the one responsible for that show
on ‘sound’?

272
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You might say that, yes…

273
00:22:16,200 –> 00:22:18,077
Well, what’s the deal with that house?

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l mean, you could never see sound. lt goes
way too fast.

275
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Oh, you’re right. That’s why they had magic
glasses.

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l don’t get something,

277
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lf sound is a vibration, just what’s doing the
vibrating?

278
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The air, a sound is made when something
pushes back and forth from the air…

279
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and makes the air vibrate,

280
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this vibration travels through the air to your ear
as a sound wave.

281
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So a loud sound is just a big vibration?

282
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Right! And a soft sound is a very tiny vibration.

283
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And what about our ears? You hardly
mentioned them.

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Ears are very important.

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They turn sound waves into something our
brain can handle. That’s how you hear.

286
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But not everybody’s ears work the same, do
they?

287
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My grandmother wears a hearing aid to help
her hear better.

288
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And some people can’t hear anything, ever,
even with a hearing aid.

289
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They use their brains with their other senses
to replace hearing.

290
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And another thing…

291
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there are lots of differences in sounds besides
loudness and pitch.

292
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A violin and a saxophone sound very different,
even when they’re playing the same note.

293
00:23:29,680 –> 00:23:35,232
True! There are enough different kinds of
sounds to fill the world,

294
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but we only had a half an hour

295
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…and we had to leave room for all those
hilarious jokes.

296
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-Okay. But one last thing -Yes?

297
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About that ghost…

298
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Well, that can’t have been true.

299
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l mean, everybody knows there’s no such thing
as ghosts…

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Certainly not!

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THE END