9th Form, Unit II
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Mark the sentences TRUE or FALSE.
The Beatles made a revolution in pop music.
Their songs and compositions were more sweet and sentimental than the usual pop music
of their time.
“Beatlemania” was a hysteria that began in America.
John Lennon was more intelligent than the other pop stars.
Lennon was completely different and hated other people.
It was Lennon’s idea to change the public image of the “Beatles”.
Lennon left the “Beatles” because he admired Yoko Ono’s views on art and politics.
His relationship with Yoko was more important to John than “The Beatles”.
He was quite happy in New York.
He was killed when there was hope that his life was changing for the better.
Match the beginning and the end of the sentences.
1. Their songs were more exiting…
a). …because she was clever and eccentric.
2. A hysteria which the newspapers called “Beatlemania”…
b)…. and behaved differently from other pop stars.
3. Yoko brought something new to Lennon’s life…
c)…. than the records of other musicians.
4. Lennon had a good sense of humour…
d)….in 1975 he suddenly stopped recording songs.
5. Lennon became quite a promising soloist, but…
e)….quickly spread over Britain and America too.
Fill in the gaps with the words from the box.
“Love Me Do” was the first _____________ of the group called “The Beatles”.
Unusual ______________ and sense of humour made John Lennon different from other pop stars.
“The Beatles”’ songs were more ___________ and ___________ than the melodies recorded at that time.
The group __________ when Lennon and McCartney decide to finish their partnership.
Split, intelligence, fascinating, single, tuneful