Reading comprehension test 161

 

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Question 1
Answer the following questions according to the text. In an interview yesterday Mr. Wilson was questioned about the harmful effects of horror movies on teenagers. He argued that such effects were often exaggerated and claimed that other types of films were far more dangerous for young people. When asked to prove this, he pointed out that horror films were often set in unreal situations and were clearly not to be taken seriously. In contrast, he claimed that films showing violent crime were often set in everyday life, and were therefore more damaging. In Mr. Wilson's opinion, horror films ..... .
A
cost more than other kinds of films.
B
are more popular among the elderly than among the young.
C
are less damaging to young people that films of violent crime.
D
should be banned altogether.
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Question 2
Answer the following questions according to the text. In an interview yesterday Mr. Wilson was questioned about the harmful effects of horror movies on teenagers. He argued that such effects were often exaggerated and claimed that other types of films were far more dangerous for young people. When asked to prove this, he pointed out that horror films were often set in unreal situations and were clearly not to be taken seriously. In contrast, he claimed that films showing violent crime were often set in everyday life, and were therefore more damaging. For Mr. Wilson the main difference between a horror film and one showing violent crime is that the former ..... .
A
is less expensive to produce than the latter.
B
is unrelated to real life, whereas the latter is.
C
rarely receives any attention from the young.
D
is liked by the young, and the latter by the old.
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Question 3
Answer the following questions according to the text. In an interview yesterday Mr. Wilson was questioned about the harmful effects of horror movies on teenagers. He argued that such effects were often exaggerated and claimed that other types of films were far more dangerous for young people. When asked to prove this, he pointed out that horror films were often set in unreal situations and were clearly not to be taken seriously. In contrast, he claimed that films showing violent crime were often set in everyday life, and were therefore more damaging. The interviewer wanted to find out whether ..... .
A
the effects of crime films were being exaggerated.
B
young people were being harmed by horror films.
C
Mr. Wilson preferred horror films to films of violence.
D
Mr. Wilson had himself been affected by horror films.
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Question 4
The famous Tower of London was built as a fortress by William the Conqueror. Early in the Middle Ages the kings used it as a palace; later on it was turned into a prison, but only distinguished prisoners, including statesmen and princes, were held there. Today the Tower is a national museum, where, among other things, the jewelry of the English kings and queens is on display. 4. It is obvious from the passage that the functions of the Tower of London ..... .
A
were all established by William the Conqueror.
B
are all of a military nature.
C
have always been controlled by the kings.
D
have varied greatly over the centuries.
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Question 5
The famous Tower of London was built as a fortress by William the Conqueror. Early in the Middle Ages the kings used it as a palace; later on it was turned into a prison, but only distinguished prisoners, including statesmen and princes, were held there. Today the Tower is a national museum, where, among other things, the jewelry of the English kings and queens is on display. We learn from the passage that the Tower ..... .
A
was never a prison for ordinary people.
B
functions today only as a jewelers museum.
C
was never a residence of English kings.
D
is still a unique example of medieval architecture.
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