艺术 TPO53-L1 Sounds in the Film

TPO53-L1

Sounds in the Film

Listen to part of a lecture in a film studies class.

 



  1. What is the lecture mainly about?
  • A. The influence of theater on early sound films
  • B. Conflicting views on uses of sound during the early days of sound films
  • C. The great progress in cinema after the development of sound
  • D. Viewer reactions to early sound films

 

  1. According to the professor, what types of sound were used in silent film theaters?
    [CHOOSE 3 ANSWERS]
  • A. Live music performed in the theater
  • B. Sound effects created in the theater
  • C. Recorded sound tracks played with the film
  • D. Live narration during the film
  • E. Musical entertainment offered before the film

 

  1. What is the professor’s attitude toward early movie producers?
  • A. He is critical of their influence on films.
  • B. He thinks they had little influence on films.
  • C. He thinks they understood what audiences wanted.
  • D. He acknowledges that they made progress possible.

 

  1. According to the professor, what was characteristic of sound films in the 1920s?
  • A. Dialogues between characters were kept to a minimum.
  • B. Many films were closely based on theater plays.
  • C. Musical sound tracks were added to most films.
  • D. Sounds were recorded separately and added to films later.

 

  1. What is an example of synchronous sound in a film?
  • A. A character hearing a train that is not visible
  • B. A past conversation being replayed in a character’s mind
  • C. A character playing guitar and singing on screen
  • D. A song playing at the end of a film as credits appear on the screen


答案:
B ABD A B C

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