Film Industry Listening Exercise

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Film Industry Listening Exercise is a short answer type question to practise for the IGCSE ESL tests as well as the English Language B IB Diploma.

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Film Industry Listening Exercise

You will hear an interview with an engineer called Roger Moffat, who now works in the movie industry

For questions 1-5, answer the questions using a word or short phrase.

1. How did Roger feel initially about being made redundant?

2. What does Roger feel is the greatest benefit of running his own business?

3. What is Roger's attitude towards his future?

4. How can Roger's appraisal of engineers best be summarised?

5. What does Roger find most satisfying about the 'tools of the trade'?


 

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