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Answer to How Well Do You Know the Differences Between “事故 (Shìgù)“ And ”故事 (Gùshì)”

Apr. 10, 2019

Answers:
1. B     2. A     3. A    4. B

Analysis:

故事 (Gùshì) story

事故 (Shìgù) accident

Zhè cì ānquán shìgù yǐnqǐ le guǎngfàn guānzhù.
这次安全事故引起了广泛关注。
The safety accident caused widespread concern.

Wǒ hěn xǐhuān jiǎng gùshì.
我很喜欢讲故事。
I like telling stories very much.

Dàduōshù háizi dōu duì tónghuà gùshì gǎn xìngqù.
大多数孩子都对童话故事感兴趣。
Most children are interested in fairy tales.

Xiǎo Míng zài zhè cì jiāotōng shìgù zhōng shīqù le tā de shuāng tuǐ.
小明在这次交通事故中失去了他的双腿。
Little Ming lost his legs in the traffic accident.

For exercise 1, we can use context clues such as “安全 (ānquán) safety” to logically complete the sentence using “事故 (shìgù) accident.”

In exercise 2, we can use context clues such as “讲 (jiǎng) to tell” to logically complete the sentence using “故事 (gùshì) story.”

In exercise 3, we can use context clues such as “童话 (tónghuà) fairytale” to logically complete the sentence using “故事 (gùshì) story.”

In exercise 4, we can use context clues such as “失去了他的双腿 (shīqù le tā de shuāng tuǐ) lost his legs” to logically to grasp the key word “事故 (shìgù) accident.”

Above all, we can get the correct answers.

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