Question 44: Read the following passage and choose the best option for each numbered blank.
"Heritage is traditional (1) ____, customs, and culture. We sue the world "heritage" in many different ways. People talk about their family’s heritage, their city’s heritage, and their country’s heritage. Here are some examples of heritage. During Chinese New Year, people in Taiwan give red envelopes. That is part of Taiwanese (2) ____. Every year in the American city New Orleans, there is a huge party called Mardi Gras. That is a part of New Orleans’ heritage. Heritages can also be more (3) ____ and personal. If your family has a big dinner every Sunday night, that’s part of your family’s heritage. Today, heritage is changing. The Internet connects people around the world. In many ways, this is a good thing, (4) ____ we can learn about the heritage of other countries, and we can show our own heritage to the world. However, some people worry that traditional heritage is (5) ____. Think about it. In many ways, countries are becoming more and more (6) ____. In just about every country around the world, you can find MacDonald’s, Nike shoes, Starbucks coffee, and American films. Some people think it is a good thing. However, almost everyone wants to protect (7) ____ traditional heritage, and sometimes this is hard. for example, when a new MacDonald’s opens in your town, a traditional restaurant might have to close. This is why heritage (8) ____ is so important. Heritage protection is a simple idea. It means (9) ____ your country’s or your city’s heritage alive. People do this in many ways. The biggest part of heritage protection is probably preserving old buildings. (10) ____ other examples of heritage protection are making sure your children speak your traditional language, and teaching your heritage to children The world is changing very fast. This change brings a lot of good things. But as the world is changing, it is important to remember the heritage of our parents and our student."
(10) ____ other examples of heritage protection are making sure your children speak your traditional language, and teaching your heritage to children
a few: a few + N (countable)
The answer is NO
Some other examples of heritage protection are making sure your children speak your traditional language and teaching your heritage to children.