Read the paragraphs about the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis
Museum. For questions 1–5, choose the correct answer (a, b
or c). 0 is the example.
0.- This state-of-the-art museum was opened in 2006 by the Duke of Kent and includes a new, updated exhibition, as well as audio
guides in eight different languages. It has become a popular tourist attraction. Some of the new highlights are as follows:
Which of these things is NOT included in the new museum?
a/ an updated exhibition
b/ a new building
c/ audio guides
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1.- The cinema has a 200° screen which shows audiences a film about the science of tennis. It features a 2005 match between
Russia’s Maria Sharapova and Spain’s Nuria Llagostera Vives and uses five cameras at the same time to give a fantastic
What is the subject of the film you can see at the cinema?CorrectoIncorrecto
2.- Using old and new projection techniques, the museum has created an exciting way to see a scene from Wimbledon’s history. In a
re-creation of the men’s dressing room from the 1980s, a ghost-like image of John McEnroe appears and takes you on a tour of
2.- Who takes you on a tour of the museum?CorrectoIncorrecto
3.- Wimbledon fashions continue to be the focus of attention and the new museum has an exhibit of a selection of players’ clothes
including Rafa Nadal’s dry-fit ‘pirate’ trousers. There is also an interactive exhibit where you can feel the weight of different
players’ famous white outfits.
3.- Which of these things can you do in the museum?CorrectoIncorrecto
4.- The museum is open all year from 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m., but only for members during The Championships. Adult tickets are
£11.00 and children’s tickets cost £6.75. The museum and tour tickets are £20.00 for adults and £12.50 for children. Group rates
are also available.
4.- What time does the museum close?CorrectoIncorrecto
5.- To get to the Museum, you have three options – tube, train or bus. If you want to travel by tube, take the District Line to
Southfields and you then have a 15-minute walk. Overground trains run from London Waterloo to Wimbledon station every 15
minutes and bus route 493 serves the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis club.
5.- What is the nearest underground station to the museum?CorrectoIncorrecto