Xu Hui is very excited. The Senior 1 student in a middle sch

xu hui is very excited. the senior 1 student in a middle school in beijing will go to south korea with his parents during the spring festival.
“overseas touring has always been a dream for me,” he said happily.
nowadays, chinese people enjoy longer holidays, such as the three “golden week holidays”(the spring festival, may day and national day). they have more time to travel. rising incomes also make travelling abroad realistic for ordinary chinese people.
nearly 7 million chinese travelled overseas in 2001, according to the national tourism administration(***旅游局). the most common problem travellers face is how to choose the best routes(路线).
by the end of 2002, chinese citizens were allowed to travel to 19 foreign countries and regions at their own expense.
the top 10 places included hong kong, macao and thailand. european countries are also becoming increasingly popular.
“more and more chinese people have shown interest in travelling to europe, particularly france and finland,” said tan wen, a general manager of china youth travel service. “sooner or later, there will be a peak(高峰) in european tours.”
another consideration is choosing the right travel agencies and finding the best price. the china consumers’ association(cca, ***消费者协会) offered tips to consumers on choosing the right travel agencies to help prevent a relaxing vacation from turning into a costly disaster.
“price should not be the single most important factor in choosing a travel agency,” said zhang yuanchao, cca vice-secretary general. consumers are advised to choose large state travel agencies with good reputations(名声) and official approval to organize overseas tour groups.
zhang’s association dealt with more than 5, 000 complaints about travel agencies(旅行社) last year. and the majority of the complaints were about random changes in travel routes, bad tour guides, and forced shopping.
travellers were warned to look carefully at their contracts(合同) with agencies and to buy travel insurance(保险).
小题1:how many reasons are given in the article as to why ordinary chinese people are traveling abroad more today?
a.two. b.three. c.four. d.five.
小题2:according to the passage, what is the biggest problem chinese travelers face when going overseas?
a.choosing the best travel agent.
b.deciding the best way to get to the places they want to go to.
c.traveling to europe.
d.cost.
小题3:according to the passage, what seems to be the most common result of choosing a bad travel agency?
a.people buy more souvenirs than they had planned to.
b.people spend more money than they had planned to.
c.people go to different places than they had planned to.
d.people complained more than they had planned to.
小题4:the underlined part “random changes” probably means that _______.
a.the travelers agreed with the changes.
b.the travel agency didn’t make any changes.
c.the travel agency refused to changes the routes.
d.the travel agency changed the routes or time without following the original plan.
小题5: what would be a good title for this passage?
a.xu hui’s vacation in south korea
b.the job of the national tourism administration
c.where young chinese travelers go
d.suggestions for the chinese travelers
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