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Exercise "Cinema", created by gus (a free exercise to learn English):
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Stats (18311 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 86.8 %
Leonardo DiCaprio is an * who plays in many different kinds of films and plays a wide variety of characters.
Question 2 passed: 79.5 %
A * is a film without any recorded sound or dialogues. The films were silent until the late 1920's.
Question 3 passed: 75 %
In silent films actors and * were required to emphasize their body language and facial expressions.
Question 4 passed: 70.7 %
The famous film 'Once upon a time in the West', which was shot in 1968, is a *.
Question 5 passed: 69.5 %
A * or script is a piece of work written especially for a film. The major components are actions and dialogues.
Question 6 passed: 51.7 %
'Jaws' is an American movie. This film is the second Steven Spielberg's *.
Question 7 passed: 61 %
An * is a type of film which places emphasis on human drama on a grand scale. An example of this type of film is the 'Lord of the Rings'
Question 8 passed: 66.6 %
Illusions used in films to simulate imagined events in a story are called *. Since 1990 many classical effects techniques have been superseded by 3 D computer graphics.
Question 9 passed: 66.4 %
Animals are among the most popular subjects for *. For example the film 'March of the Penguins' takes us into the harsh environnement of Antartica.
Question 10 passed: 58 %
A * is a selection of clips from one film intended to attract people.
Question 11 passed: 66.6 %
A * is a centre for preserving and enriching the film heritage documents. Anyone can provide documentation, information and publications about films in these centres.
Question 12 passed: 69.3 %
The most prestigious award given out at Cannes Festival is * for the best film.
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