“It’s the last word in the dictionary and it’s fun to say and it’s fun to spell,” said an eighth grader Samara St Louis from Canada.
3. He ran several restaurants with his two brothers.
1. He is dismissive of them/He is sceptical about them.
2. He became suspicious when he started seeing online adverts for something he had bought the day before, even though he had not searched for the product online.
1.Tsui had a difficult childhood, but he is a successful adult.
3. Tai Hom Squatter Village
4. (i) struggled
1. (i) age
2. Losing one’s teeth is just one of many things that will happen to the human body when a person gets older.
3. i) F ii) NG iii) T
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1. to protest against pollution in the country
2. (i) nasal sanitiser products
(ii) face masks
(iii) canned air
3. Seoul recorded the second-worst air quality in the world in March.
1. She was nominated for Best Actress at three Asian film awards.
2. It was about street dance and chasing your dreams.
3. difficulties / setbacks
i) She played the lead/main role in school plays
1. i) a Chinese home-sharing company similar to Airbnb-like home-sharing company
ii) Chen Chi
2. help Chinese people understand how to cater to guests and solve problems they have
1. North Pole
3. just over 1,300
4. She hopes to establish an environmental stewardship programme to reconnect youth with many of their cultural traditions.