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Key words: paragraph 3, roll Clue: “ ...a scene is filmed, the camera is stopped...and then the camera rolls again”: … m t c nh đ c quay, máy quay d ng l i… và r i máy quay l i ch y. ượ Phân tích: “Roll” trong b i c nh này mang nghĩa “operate”: ch y, v n hành . Ch n đáp án B. Các đáp án khác không phù h p. A changes: thay đ i C breaks: ng t D reverses: đ o ng c ượ Question 5: Đáp án D. Key words: simulate, paragraph 4 Clue: “ ... create an illusion...; ...feathers or plastic chips to simulate snow, and wires to create the illusion that people are flying”: … t o ra m t o nh…; … nh ng chi c long vũ ho c nh ng ộ ả ế m nh nh a, đ mô ph ng tuy t, và dây đ t o ra o nh ng i đang bay. ế ể ạ ườ “Simulate” có nghĩa là mô ph ng, trong b i c nh này mang nghĩa “create the appearance of”: t o ra hình nh Các đáp án khác không phù h p. A make it easier to film: giúp quay phim d h n ơ B put on top of: đ t lên trên C improve the texture of: c i thi n b i c nh V y ch n đáp án D . create the appearance of Question 6: Đáp án C. Key words: inferred, paragraph 4, silent films Clue: “ During the silent film era, the music machine called the Kinematophone was popular because it could produce the sounds”: Trong k nguyên phim câm, chi c máy t o nh c v i cái ế tên Kinematophone r t ph bi n b i nó có th t o ra các âm thanh… ế ể ạ Phân tích: Xét các đáp án: A were projected by a machine called the Kinematophone: đ c chi u b i m t ượ ế chi c máy g i là Kinematophone: ế Sai vì chi c máy này x lý âm nh c, không x ế lý hình nh Exercise 15: Children and advertising [●●●] Young children are trusting of commercial advertisements in the media, and advertisers have sometimes been accused of taking advantage of this trusting outlook. The Independent Television Commission, regulator of television advertising in the United Kingdom, has criticized advertisers for "misleadingness' – creating a wrong impression either intentionally or
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unintentionally – in an effort to control advertisers' use of techniques that make it difficult for children to judge the true size, action, performance, or construction of a toy. General concern about misleading tactics that advertisers employ is centered on the use of exaggeration. Consumer protection groups and parents believe that children are largely ill- equipped to recognize such techniques and that often exaggeration is used at the expense of product information. Claims such as " the best” or "better than " can be subjective and misleading; even adults may be unsure as to their meaning. They represent the advertiser's opinions about the qualities of their products or brand and, as a consequence, are difficult to verify . Advertisers sometimes offset or counterbalance an exaggerated claim with a disclaimer-a
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