Question 31: Read an article about Elizabeth Taylor and choose the best answer. Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor was born on February 27, 1932, in London, England. One of film’s most celebrated stars, Elizabeth Taylor has fashioned a that’s covered more than six decades, accepting roles that have not only showcased her beauty, but her ability to take on emotionally charged characters. Taylor’s American parents, both art dealers, were in London when she was born. Soon after the outbreak of World War II, the Taylors returned to the United States and settled into their new life in Los Angeles. Performance was in Taylor’s blood. Her mother had worked as an actress until she married. At the age of 3, the young Taylor started dancing, and eventually gave a recital for Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret. Not long after relocating to California a family friend suggested the Taylors’ daughter take a screen test. She soon signed a contract with Universal Studios, and made her screen debut at the age of 10 in There’s One Born Every Minute (1942). She followed that up with a bigger role in Lassie Come Home (1943) and later The White Cliffs of Dover (1944). Her breakout role, however, came in 1944 with National Velvet, in a role Elizabeth Taylor spent four months working to get. The film turned out to be a huge hit that pulled in more than $4 million and made the 12-year-old actress a huge star. Her role in National Velvet ____________________.
Knowledge: Reading Comprehension
Her role in the movie ‘National Velvet’ _______________.
A. marks Taylor’s first huge success
B. does not help earn a huge amount of money
C. takes less time to work
D. received when she is old
Info: Her breakout role, however, came in 1944 with National Velvet, in a role Elizabeth Taylor spent four months working to get.
However, her breakthrough role was in the 1944 movie ‘National Velvet’, as Elizabeth Taylor, and took 4 months to make.