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  1. Question 1 What does the article tell us about? • places for tourists to visit in Hong Kong • the history of Hong Kong • where to eat in Hong Kong • shopping in Hong Kong How do you know? • subheadings • pictures • lots of dates

  2. Question 2 What does paragraph 1 tell us? • Hong Kong is a good place to live • Hong Kong is dirty and polluted • People in Hong Kong have a lot of money • Hong Kong is very different now from 200 years ago

  3. Hong Kong is an amazing place. 200 years ago it was a small fishing village, and it has now developed into a big and wealthy city. It has changed from a tiny place into one of the world’s most important financial centres. Hong Kong has really changed a lot since the early days.

  4. Question 2 What does paragraph 1 tell us? • Hong Kong is a good place to live • Hong Kong is dirty and polluted • People in Hong Kong have a lot of money • Hong Kong is very different now from 200 years ago

  5. Question 3 • Look at the word “developed” in line 2. Read the dictionary entry and answer the questions • develop (v) 1. to change a place by building: They're going to develop this open land into a shopping center.2. to print a photograph: It takes one hour to develop the photographs at Fotomax 3.to develop into: to grow, make progress, change, get bigger: The little boy has developed into a handsome man. • How many meanings of “develop” are given? _______________ • What part of speech is it? (circle) noun/verb/adjective • Which meaning is used in the first paragraph? (circle) 1 / 2 / 3 • Write the missing word: Hong Kong has developed ____________ a big city.

  6. Hong Kong is an amazing place. 200 years ago it was a small fishing village, and it has now developed into a big and wealthy city. It has changed from a tiny place into one of the world’s most important financial centres. Hong Kong has really changed a lot since the early days.

  7. Question 3 • Look at the word “developed” in line 2. Read the dictionary entry and answer the questions • develop (v) 1. to change a place by building: They're going to develop this open land into a shopping center.2. to print a photograph: It takes one hour to develop the photographs at Fotomax 3.to develop into: to grow, make progress, change, get bigger: The little boy has developed into a handsome man. • How many meanings of “develop” are given? _______________ • What part of speech is it? (circle) noun/verb/adjective • Which meaning is used in the first paragraph? (circle) 1 / 2 / 3 • Write the missing word: Hong Kong has developed ____________ a big city. 3 into

  8. Question 4 According to paragraph 2, how did the British get Hong Kong? • The Chinese gave it to them as a present • The Japanese gave it to them • They won a war against China • They borrowed it from China

  9. In the 1800s, people from other countries wanted to buy and sell things in China. Hong Kong had a very good harbour for ships, so it became a busy port. In 1839 a war started between Britain and China. After two years the war ended and the British won. Hong Kong was divided from China and became a British Colony.

  10. Question 4 According to paragraph 2, how did the British get Hong Kong? • The Chinese gave it to them as a present • The Japanese gave it to them • They won a war against China • They borrowed it from China

  11. Question 5 Why do you think the British wanted Hong Kong? • It was a very beautiful place • It was a busy port and they thought it would make them rich • Not many people lived there in those days • They didn’t like the Chinese

  12. In the 1800s, people from other countries wanted to buy and sell things in China. Hong Kong had a very good harbour for ships, so it became a busy port. In 1839 a war started between Britain and China. After two years the war ended and the British won. Hong Kong was divided from China and became a British Colony. In the 1800s, people from other countries wanted to buy and sell things in China. Hong Kong had a very good harbour for ships, so it became a busy port. In 1839 a war started between Britain and China. After two years the war ended and the British won. Hong Kong was divided from China and became a British Colony. In the 1800s, people from other countries wanted to buy and sell things in China. Hong Kong had a very good harbour for ships, so it became a busy port. In 1839 a war started between Britain and China. After two years the war ended and the British won. Hong Kong was divided from China and became a British Colony. In the 1800s, people from other countries wanted to buy and sell things in China. Hong Kong had a very good harbour for ships, so it became a busy port. In 1839 a war started between Britain and China. After two years the war ended and the British won. Hong Kong was divided from China and became a British Colony. In the 1800s, people from other countries wanted to buy and sell things in China. Hong Kong had a very good harbour for ships, so it became a busy port. In 1839 a war started between Britain and China. After two years the war ended and the British won. Hong Kong was divided from China and became a British Colony.

  13. Question 5 Why do you think the British wanted Hong Kong? • It was a very beautiful place • It was a busy port and they thought it would make them rich • Not many people lived there in those days • They didn’t like the Chinese

  14. Question 6 Which of these words DOES NOT have the same meaning as “divided” in paragraph 2? Hong Kong was divided from China and became a British Colony. • remained • separated • cut off • split (stayed)

  15. Questions 8 and 9 What is the meaning of “increased”?(paragraph 3) • got smaller • got bigger • changed • got richer What word in paragraph 3 has the opposite meaning to “increased”?

  16. In the first part of the 20th century, Hong Kong grew bigger and its population increased. During World War 2 (1938 – 1945), the Japanese took over Hong Kong. At that time the population decreased, because there was not enough food and conditions were very bad.

  17. Questions 8 and 9 What is the meaning of “increased”?(paragraph 3) • got smaller • got bigger • changed • got richer What word in paragraph 3 has the opposite meaning to “increased”? decreased

  18. Question 10

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  20. Question 12 Order of visiting the places: • D – Tai Fu Tai • A – Lo Wai • E – Railway Museum • B – Man Mo Temple • C – Tsang Tai Uk