Movies - The King's Speech

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  • 1. 

    Write a short summary of this movie?             

  • 2. 

    What was the first suggestion the therapist gave the king?  

    • A.

      To look for help somewhere else.

    • B.

      To change jobs.

    • C.

      To practice with a rock.

    • D.

      To start training right away.

    Correct Answer
    B. To change jobs.
    Explanation
    The therapist's first suggestion to the king was to change jobs. This implies that the therapist believed the king's current job was causing some sort of issue or problem, and that a change in occupation might be beneficial for the king's well-being or mental health.

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  • 3. 

    Why couldn't the King stop trying?  

    • A.

      Because he wouldn't be king.

    • B.

      Because he wasn't tired.

    • C.

      Because he didn't need help.

    • D.

      Because he would be king.

    Correct Answer
    D. Because he would be king.
    Explanation
    The King couldn't stop trying because if he did, he wouldn't be king. This suggests that the King was motivated to continue trying because being king was important to him.

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  • 4. 

    What did the therapist say he needed from the king in order to cure him?  

    • A.

      He said that he would need more time.

    • B.

      The therapist didn't say anything about curing him.

    • C.

      He said that he needed total trust.

    • D.

      He said that the King needed to tell jokes.

    Correct Answer
    C. He said that he needed total trust.
    Explanation
    The therapist stated that in order to cure the king, he needed total trust from him. This implies that the therapist believes that trust is crucial for the success of the therapy and for the king to overcome his issues.

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  • 5. 

    When asked: "Why are you here then?"  What was the king's answer?  

    • A.

      "Because I bloody well stammer"

    • B.

      "Because I need your help"

    • C.

      "Because I can't speak in public"

    • D.

      "Because it was his destiny"

    Correct Answer
    A. "Because I bloody well stammer"
    Explanation
    The king's answer, "Because I bloody well stammer," suggests that the reason he is present is because he has a speech impediment or difficulty speaking fluently. This answer implies that his stammering is the cause for his presence in the given situation or conversation.

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  • 6. 

    In what situation did the King get angry and realized he had a voice?   

    • A.

      When his country went to war.

    • B.

      When he had a fight with his wife.

    • C.

      When he couldn't defend his country.

    • D.

      When the therapist sat on King Edward's chair.

    Correct Answer
    D. When the therapist sat on King Edward's chair.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is when the therapist sat on King Edward's chair. This suggests that the King got angry and realized he had a voice when someone invaded his personal space and disrespected his authority by sitting on his chair. This situation likely triggered his anger and made him assert himself, leading to the realization of his own voice and power.

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  • 7. 

    According to the therapist, the King is afraid of...  

    • A.

      His own country.

    • B.

      His past.

    • C.

      His own shadow.

    • D.

      His reputation.

    Correct Answer
    C. His own shadow.
    Explanation
    The therapist suggests that the King is afraid of his own shadow. This implies that the King is not only physically fearful of the shadow that his body casts, but also that he may be metaphorically afraid of the darker aspects of his own personality or the consequences of his actions. The therapist's statement suggests that the King may be haunted by his own past or the potential negative impact that his reputation could have on his rule.

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