|衣食住行||yīshízhùxíng||way of living|
|密切||mìqiè||to be close|
|风俗习惯||fēngsúxíguàn||customs and habits|
Some notes:1. 密切[mìqiè] For people we’d use 亲密[qīnmì].
2. 大不一样 compare to 不大一样 (not a big difference).
Analysis: For this question, you could just use your common sense by choosing the only correct sentence without reading the passage, D. Each/both 各[gè] North and South food products have their own special characteristics.
We know A. is false as Northern Chinese eat wheat not rice
B. Dumplings are made from wheat, not from rice
C. The customs in the North are different to the south, they are not 差不多[chàbuduō] similar.
|据了解||jùliǎojiě||as we know|
|照顾||zhàogù||to take care of|
A. The volunteers were not Chinese college students…they were chosen from local Australian universities
B. The Pandas received the local people’s welcome
C. Some families didn’t buy bamboo 竹子[zhúzi] for the pandas..they grew it
D. The panda has lived in Australia for 9 months!
No, the story is from November 9月.
From 2003, on the Chinese Mainland 中国大陆[dàlù] mobile-phone users sending of Spring Festival Wishes SMS have increased year on year 逐年[zhúnián]. According to the statistics 统计[tǒngjì], for the 2009 holiday period, the entire country’s SMS sent exceeded 18 billion, for 2008 and 2007, this figure was 17 billion and 15.2 billion respectively. SMS has become the most widely-used 广泛[guǎngfàn] way of expressing holiday best wishes 祝福[zhùfú].
C. People at Spring festival like to express 表达[biǎodá] best wishes by SMS
A. Beijing Opera is only performed 演出[yǎnchū] in Beijing
B. Beijng Opera is China’s oldest opera As we learn during the formation of Bejing Opera a lot of components were borrowed from local opera, therefore local opera is older
C. Local operas absorbed a lot of components from Beijing Opera
So D. must be right:Local Opera influenced the formation of Beijing Opera