1. What is American Idol?
A A game show on TV
B A reality TV show
C A live dancing competition
D A popular entertainment festival
2. What is the difference between American Idol and the other TV shows?
A Nobody ever watched regular TV shows.
B Regular TV shows were more expensive to make.
C Regular TV' shows did not appear on ABC.
D Regular TV shows were not ordinary.
3. In what order do the following happen?
A Hollywood round, live TV, judges' opinion, audience voting
B Judges' opinion, Hollywood round, live TV, audience voting
C Hollywood round, judges’ opinion, live TV, audience voting
D Hollywood round, live TV, audience voting, judges' opinion
4. What can be inferred about the competition?
A The competition can give momentum to career development.
B The winner gets an award and prize money.
C The audience decides who gets on to the final round.
D Each contestant has more than 20 percent chance of winning the competition
5. What kind of record does the first idol winner make?
6. What is NOT mentioned about the judges?
A They were not in favor of using cameras.
B Their opinion is divided.
C Each judge evaluates the contestants in a different way.
D Each is distinguished in his or her own field.
Why was American Idol so successful?
Choose TWO answers.
A It was cheap to make.
B It did not use regular television stars.
C It had a lot of singing in it.
D It had very famous writers.
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