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Meaning of 'story line'



 
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Meaning of 'story line' #1 (permalink) Sun Dec 17, 2006 15:44 pm   Meaning of 'story line'
 

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #55 "Hear my Story", question 8

It's a brilliant film as far as the images are concerned but the story ......... is a bit weak.

(a) theme
(b) thread
(c) tendency
(d) line

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #55 "Hear my Story", answer 8

It's a brilliant film as far as the images are concerned but the story line is a bit weak.

Correct answer: (d) line

Your answer was: incorrect
It's a brilliant film as far as the images are concerned but the story theme is a bit weak.
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what does "story line" mean?

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Meaning of 'story line' #2 (permalink) Sun Dec 17, 2006 21:49 pm   Meaning of 'story line'
 

The story line is the plot or basic story of a book, play, film or novel.
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