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Listening comprehension Apr 23, 2009

Listening comprehension Apr 23, 2009

Listening comprehension

Listen to the audio file and answer the following questions:

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1. Khmer reality TV can be described as
a) a slavish imitation of Western reality TV.
b) a successful adaptation of foreign models.
c) a complete failure with audiences.
d) a one-time event, unlikely to be repeated.

2. How much will the winner of Cellcard Star receive?
a) $1,000
b) $1,500
c) $2,500
d) $5,000
3. What, seemingly, has won viewers' loyalty?
a) the finalists' talent
b) the finalists' debauchery
c) the finalists' humour
d) the finalists' moral rectitude

4. The model for the Cellcard Star program comes from
a) America
b) Mexico
c) Germany
d) Japan

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