China: Vocabulary Quiz - Trắc nghiệm Từ vựng về Trung Quốc

China: Vocabulary Quiz – Trắc nghiệm Từ vựng về Trung Quốc

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China – Trung Quốc

Hướng dẫn: Hãy nối những từ vựng bên cột trái với định nghĩa tương ứng bên cột phải.

1. dynastyA lamp with a transparent case that protects the flame or electric bulb. It has a handle for easy carrying
2. ConfuciusA written character symbolizing the idea of something without using the sounds necessary to say it
3. chopsticksCapital of China in the northeastern part of the country
4. calligraphyA real or imitation Hindu or Buddhist temple or sacred building, typically a many leveled tower
5. jadeAn oblong frame with rows of wire or grooves that beads are moved across for making calculations
6. emperorA giant woody grass that mainly grows in the tropics and is often used in making furniture and other implements
7. bambooA succession of people from the same family that hold ruler positions in a country
8. AsiaA toy that is made with a light frame with thin material stretched over it that is then flown in the wind with a string attached
9. rickshawThe largest continent that constitutes nearly one third of all landmass and lies predominantly north of the equator
10. lanternDecorative handwriting or handwriting written with a pen of paintbrush on a canvas as art
11. abacusA sovereign ruler with great rank and often unlimited power
12. ideogramA large bearlike mammal that is black and white in color and native to the bamboo forests of China
13. pagodaA Chinese philosopher that taught about practical morals
14. BeijingEach of a pair of small, thin, tapered sticks that are held in one hand and used for eating, often made of ivory, wood, or plastic
15. kiteA small two wheeled cart that holds a single passenger and is pulled by another person
16. pandaA hard, normally green stone, that is used to make ornaments and jewelry

Answer key

  1. dynasty: A succession of people from the same family that hold ruler positions in a country
  2. Confucius: A Chinese philosopher that taught about practical morals
  3. chopsticks: Each of a pair of small, thin, tapered sticks that are held in one hand and used for eating, often made of ivory, wood, or plastic
  4. calligraphy: Decorative handwriting or handwriting written with a pen of paintbrush on a canvas as art
  5. jade: A hard, normally green stone, that is used to make ornaments and jewelry
  6. emperor: A sovereign ruler with great rank and often unlimited power
  7. bamboo: A giant woody grass that mainly grows in the tropics and is often used in making furniture and other implements
  8. Asia: The largest continent that constitutes nearly one third of all landmass and lies predominantly north of the equator
  9. rickshaw: A small two wheeled cart that holds a single passenger and is pulled by another person
  10. lantern: A lamp with a transparent case that protects the flame or electric bulb. It has a handle for easy carrying
  11. abacus: An oblong frame with rows of wire or grooves that beads are moved across for making calculations
  12. ideogram: A written character symbolizing the idea of something without using the sounds necessary to say it
  13. pagoda: A real or imitation Hindu or Buddhist temple or sacred building, typically a many leveled tower
  14.  Beijing: Capital of China in the northeastern part of the country
  15. kite: A toy that is made with a light frame with thin material stretched over it that is then flown in the wind with a string attached
  16. panda: A large bearlike mammal that is black and white in color and native to the bamboo forests of China
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