Mr. Jung, Jin Ho
Senior, Korea Univ
Part. I Catch the word.
1. The Hamburger
The hamburger has no connection to ham. It got its name from the German town of Hamburg, _______ ____ ________ ____ ____ _______ _______. German immigrants to the United States introduced the "hamburger steak."
At the St. Louis World's Fair in 1904, hamburger steaks were served on buns for the first time. ____________ ___ ______ ______ _________ _____ ______ ______. This became the usual way of eating hamburgers.
How did the hamburger become the most popular, most typical American food? _____ ___________ ___ ____ ____ ___ ___ __________ ______ ___ ____ _________. Another important part is McDonald's, the fast-food restaurant.
2. Korean style dining
One custom _____ ____ ______ _________ _________ is the way Koreans serve their meals. While Westerners may be accustomed to eating by courses, Koreans tend to ______ ____ ________ ______ at once with various side dishes to choose from. ____ _____ ____ _________ ___ _________ ___ ____ since there is usually too much for everyone to finish anyway. It does provide a perfect opportunity to sample new foods however. Dishes are usually communal so guests can select, __ _______ ___ ___ ______, from several different dishes as they like. As smaller dishes are emptied refills quickly appear. _________ _________ ______ ____________, its fun and more convenient for Korean style dining.
Part. II Fill them up.
1. Four old apartment buildings on 4th Street are to be ________ to make room for a shopping mall.
(A) picked up
(B) tucked in
(C) blocked out
(D) knocked down
2. This Thursday, singer Mark Marcell _______ at the Langford Theater on Grove Street.
(B) to perform
(C) will perform
(D) will be performed
3. "Today" magazine is unusual in that it _____ only one topic per quarterly issue.
4. Today's high temperature of 70 degrees ______ a record for this date.
5. At a recent Board of Education meeting, two dozen parents spoke in ______ of the superintendent.
Part. III Guess who?