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IELTS Reading Passage – Metropolis
Do the following statements agree with the claims of the writer in Reading Passage 3?In boxes 27-30 on your answer sheet, write
YES if the statement is true
NO if the statement is false
NOT GIVEN if the information is not given in the passage
27The inspiration for the movie Metropolis comes from the director’s visit to the USA in 1924.
28The Master of Metropolis, John Fredersen, is portrayed by an industrialist that the director met in the US.
29The start of the movie exhibits the workers working with full energy.
30The director and his wife got divorced because his wife decided to stay in Germany.
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Complete the summary below. Use NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS from the Reading Passage for each answer. Write your answers in boxes 31-36 on your answer sheet.
The director depicts a world of inequality and 31 ………………………. In the future, the mindless masses of workers living underground are treated as 32………………………. And the master of them is 33……………………….., who is in charge of the whole city. The writer claims that the director, Fritz Lang, presents the movie in a 34……………………….. term, where the 35……………………… of the individual machines is not defined. Besides, the writer compares the film to the modern global economy in which multinational corporations concern more about the growing 36………………………….. and money.
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Choose the correct letter, A, B, C, or D.Write your answers in boxes 37-40 on your answer sheet.
37 The first sentence in paragraph B indicates
- the author’s fear of technology
- the inspiration of the director
- the contradictory feelings toward future
D the city elite’s well management of the workers
38 Why the function of the individual machines is not defined?
- Because Lang symbolically sticks to the theme.
- Because workers are more important to exploit.
- Because the fantasy sequence is difficult to take.
- Because the focus of the movie is not about machines.
39 The writer’s purpose in paragraph five is to
- emphasize the multinational corporations’ profit-oriented goal.
- compare the movie with the reality in the modern global economy
- exploit the difference between fantasy and reality
- enlighten the undeveloped industry
40 What is the writer’s opinion about the movie?
- The movie’s storyline is excellent.
- The movie has a poor implication in symbolism.
- The movie is perfect in all aspects.
- The movie is good but could be better.
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27 Answer: Yes
28 Answer: Not given
29 Answer: No
30Answer: Not given
31 Answer: Social divisions
32 Answer: Machines
33 Answer: John Frederson
34 Answer: Abstract
35 Answer: Function
36 Answer: Efficiency
37 Answer: C
38 Answer: A
39 Answer: B
40 Answer: D
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