Posted by: crisdiaz24 | November 23, 2011

WILD SWANS AUTHOR JUNG CHANG

WILD SWANS AUTHOR JUNG CHANG

0. Under Mao, China was totally isolated from THE REST OF THE WORLD.

1. When Jung Chang wouldn’t eat up her food, her nursery teachers used to tell her to think of all the starving children in the ______________________.

2. Boys used to play _____________________ and the ones who played the foreigners used to have _____________________ glued to their noses.

3. The Chinese think that foreigners have ________________ and ________________ noses than them.

4. In all propaganda films ______________________ foreigners were always drinking Coca-Cola and saying ‘Hello’.

5. She used to think that ‘Hello’ was a(n) ______________________.

6. In 1978 Jung Chang won a(n) ________________ to come to Britain.

7.  She saw foreigners for the first time in _____________________.

8. She was sent to a port in Southern China so that she could practice her English with _____________________.

9. She used to “polish” her poems and writings while she was checking electricity on the _______________________.

10. In those days all writers were always _____________________.

11. Her mother felt that Wild Swans had brought her daughter and her ______________________.

12. The only thing her mother pretended when she told Jung Chang her stories was for her daughter to _____________________.

KEY

0. Under Mao, China was totally isolated from THE REST OF THE WORLD.

1. When Jung Chang wouldn’t eat up her food, her nursery teachers used to tell her to think of all the starving children in the CAPITALIST WORLD.

2. Boys used to play GUERRILLA WARFARE and the ones who played the foreigners used to have ROSE THORNS glued to their noses.

3. The Chinese think that foreigners have LONGER and SHARPER noses than them.

4. In all propaganda films EVIL foreigners were always drinking Coca-Cola and saying ‘Hello’.

5. She used to think that ‘Hello’ was a(n) SWEARWORD.

6. In 1978 Jung Chang won a(n) SCHOLARSHIP to come to Britain.

7.  She saw foreigners for the first time in 1975.

8. She was sent to a port in Southern China so that she could practice her English with FOREIGN SAILORS.

9. She used to “polish” her poems and writings while she was checking electricity on the ELECTRICITY POLE.

10. In those days all writers were always IN TROUBLE.

11. Her mother felt that Wild Swans had brought her daughter and her CLOSER.

12. The only thing her mother pretended when she told Jung Chang her stories was for her daughter to UNDERSTAND HER.

 

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