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Special effects in movies are (i) , in that unlike the story

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Special effects in movies are (i) , in that unlike the story [#permalink] New post 08 Dec 2018, 13:03
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Special effects in movies are (i) ______ , in that unlike the story, whose permutations seem to have long ago been (ii) ______ , they continue to evolve: if we were magically beamed years into the future (of course that story has been told numerous times before), the special effects would (iii) ______; the story would be awfully familiar.



Blank (i) Blank (ii) Blank (iii)
predictable evaluated be incomprehensible
exciting conveyed hold us thrall
juvenile exhausted remain unchanged
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Re: Special effects in movies are (i) , in that unlike the story [#permalink] New post 19 Jan 2019, 19:23
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Re: Special effects in movies are (i) , in that unlike the story [#permalink] New post 28 Mar 2019, 06:09
Why not C, D, H. Juvenile is "immature" and the sentence has the hook "they continue to evolve"
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Re: Special effects in movies are (i) , in that unlike the story [#permalink] New post 28 Mar 2019, 10:50
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The movie script is boring. However, the special effect makes the film interesting and they keep up interested in the story, otherwise pretty dull.

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Re: Special effects in movies are (i) , in that unlike the story [#permalink] New post 29 Mar 2019, 04:17
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Special effects in movies are (i) ______ , in that unlike the story, whose permutations seem to have long ago been (ii) ______ , they continue to evolve: if we were magically beamed years into the future (of course that story has been told numerous times before), the special effects would (iii) ______; the story would be awfully familiar.



Blank (i) Blank (ii)Blank (iii)
(A) predictable (D) eveluated (G) be incomprehensible
(B) exciting (E) conveyed(H) hold us in thrall
(C) juvenile (F) exausted(I) remain unchanged


I believe there is a spelling mistake in the question which created ambiguity in answering it?
Can someone please correct it?
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Re: Special effects in movies are (i) , in that unlike the story [#permalink] New post 31 Mar 2019, 02:19
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Re: Special effects in movies are (i) , in that unlike the story [#permalink] New post 19 Apr 2019, 00:34
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The movie script is boring. However, the special effect makes the film interesting and they keep up interested in the story, otherwise pretty dull.

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thanks, I got the hang of it now
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Re: Special effects in movies are (i) , in that unlike the story [#permalink] New post 23 Jul 2019, 03:56
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Carcass wrote:
Special effects in movies are (i) ______ , in that unlike the story, whose permutations seem to have long ago been (ii) ______ , they continue to evolve: if we were magically beamed years into the future (of course that story has been told numerous times before), the special effects would (iii) ______; the story would be awfully familiar.



Blank (i) Blank (ii) Blank (iii)
predictable evaluated be incomprehensible
exciting conveyed hold us thrall
juvenile exhausted remain unchanged


We know from the sentence that the special effects, unlike the story, continue to evolve. Therefore my own word for the second blank is unevolving. Only exhausted can produce a similar meaning and so F is the correct choice for the second blank. Clearly if the special effects are evolving, then they must be exciting and definitely not predictable or juvenile. There is nothing to suggest juvenile, though it may be the personal opinion of some, and also juvenile has a negative connotation that is not implied by the paragraph.Since the special effects are exciting, and unfamiliar (unlike the story which would be awfully unfamiliar) they would hold us in thrall.
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Special effects in movies are ____________, in that unlike [#permalink] New post 27 Aug 2019, 20:12
Special effects in movies are ____________, in that unlike the story, whose permutations seem to have long ago been ____________, they continue to evolve: if we were magically beamed years into the future (of course that story has been told numerous times before), the special effects would ____________; the story would be awfully familiar.


Blank (i) Blank (ii) Blank (iii)
predictable evaluated be incomprehensible
exciting conveyed hold us in thrall
juvenile exhausted remain unchanged


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Re: Special effects in movies are (i) , in that unlike the story [#permalink] New post 27 Aug 2019, 23:36
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Re: Special effects in movies are (i) , in that unlike the story [#permalink] New post 28 Aug 2019, 01:43
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Why not C, D, H. Juvenile is "immature" and the sentence has the hook "they continue to evolve"


for a non-native English speaker like me, I also get confused between B and C. After I look up the examples of juvenile from the Internet, I am sure that the answer is B because the sentence context has nothing to do with the youths, or the next generations.

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Re: Special effects in movies are (i) , in that unlike the story [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2019, 00:05
exciting,exaushted,hold in thrall because special effects are exciting
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