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OG_VRP # 2 The sight of a single actor portraying several c

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OG_VRP # 2 The sight of a single actor portraying several c [#permalink] New post 22 Sep 2016, 02:02
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The sight of a single actor portraying several characters in the same scene is no longer a shock to the average moviegoer, such special-effects trickery having become so _________ .

A expensive
B specialized
C sinister
D commonplace
E unreliable

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Re: OG_VRP # 2 The sight of a single actor portraying several c [#permalink] New post 22 Sep 2016, 02:03
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The blank calls for a term that would explain why the special effects that once astonished moviegoers no longer do so. “Commonplace” does this by suggesting that the technology has become so familiar that it no longer surprises; therefore, it is the correct answer. None of the other options suggests a change that would result in desensitizing moviegoers to the special effects on-screen. Thus the correct answer is commonplace (Choice D).
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