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Passage 46.   by Sarah Cather Most tourists think that New York is one big city, but in fact, it is made of many different neighborhoods. There are rich neighborhoods and poor neighborhoods, of course. And there are neighborhoods full of people from the same country. These neighborhoods sometimes don't even look like they are part of the same city. The people are different, and so are the buildings. For example, in the southern part of the city is New York's Chinatown. This neighborhood has many Chinese stores and restaurants. It also has some Vietnamese and Thai shops and restaurants. New Yorkers from all parts of the city like to go Chinatown, but most of the people who live there are Asian. The shop signs are all written in Asian languages. Everyone in the shops speaks Chinese, Vietnamese, or Thai. This is one of the most crowded and colorful neighborhoods in the city. It is also one of  the fastest growing neighborhoods. New families move in every day. Not far from Chinatown is Little Italy. Many Italians moved there from Italy in the early 1900s. Some of them stayed in the neighborhood. There are still good Italian shops, restaurants, and cafes in Little Italy. You can hear Italian spoken on the streets. Every year there is a big Italian festival. Greenwich Village is another kind of neighborhood. There the buildings are small, old, and comfortable. In the 1950s and 1960s, the rent for apartments in Greenwich Village was cheap. Young people with little money lived there. For many years writers, artists, and students also lived there. Famous books were written in the neighborhood. Famous artists painted their first pictures there. Greenwich Village became more expensive in the 1960s. So some artists and writers moved down the street to SoHo. There were many old factories in this area. Artists made their studios in these buildings, but then this neighborhood also became too expensive. The artists moved to Brooklyn, and SoHo filled up with fashionable restaurants and shops. The most beautiful and expensive neighborhood in New York is the Upper East Side. That is where many of the city's richest people live. The apartment buildings are large and fancy. The streets are always clean. The shops sell all kinds of special foods and clothing. People from all over the world come to the Upper East Side to shop or just to look in the store windows and dream.       Mark the best choice         1.   This article is about __________.





Passage 46.  by Sarah Cather Most tourists think that New York is one big city, but in fact, it is made of many different neighborhoods. There are rich neighborhoods and poor neighborhoods, of course. And there are neighborhoods full of people from the same country. These neighborhoods sometimes don't even look like they are part of the same city. The people are different, and so are the buildings. For example, in the southern part of the city is New York's Chinatown. This neighborhood has many Chinese stores and restaurants. It also has some Vietnamese and Thai shops and restaurants. New Yorkers from all parts of the city like to go Chinatown, but most of the people who live there are Asian. The shop signs are all written in Asian languages. Everyone in the shops speaks Chinese, Vietnamese, or Thai. This is one of the most crowded and colorful neighborhoods in the city. It is also one of  the fastest growing neighborhoods. New families move in every day. Not far from Chinatown is Little Italy. Many Italians moved there from Italy in the early 1900s. Some of them stayed in the neighborhood. There are still good Italian shops, restaurants, and cafes in Little Italy. You can hear Italian spoken on the streets. Every year there is a big Italian festival. Greenwich Village is another kind of neighborhood. There the buildings are small, old, and comfortable. In the 1950s and 1960s, the rent for apartments in Greenwich Village was cheap. Young people with little money lived there. For many years writers, artists, and students also lived there. Famous books were written in the neighborhood. Famous artists painted their first pictures there. Greenwich Village became more expensive in the 1960s. So some artists and writers moved down the street to SoHo. There were many old factories in this area. Artists made their studios in these buildings, but then this neighborhood also became too expensive. The artists moved to Brooklyn, and SoHo filled up with fashionable restaurants and shops. The most beautiful and expensive neighborhood in New York is the Upper East Side. That is where many of the city's richest people live. The apartment buildings are large and fancy. The streets are always clean. The shops sell all kinds of special foods and clothing. People from all over the world come to the Upper East Side to shop or just to look in the store windows and dream. Mark the best choice           2.   Chinatown is one of New York's __________.





Passage 46. by Sarah Cather Most tourists think that New York is one big city, but in fact, it is made of many different neighborhoods. There are rich neighborhoods and poor neighborhoods, of course. And there are neighborhoods full of people from the same country. These neighborhoods sometimes don't even look like they are part of the same city. The people are different, and so are the buildings. For example, in the southern part of the city is New York's Chinatown. This neighborhood has many Chinese stores and restaurants. It also has some Vietnamese and Thai shops and restaurants. New Yorkers from all parts of the city like to go Chinatown, but most of the people who live there are Asian. The shop signs are all written in Asian languages. Everyone in the shops speaks Chinese, Vietnamese, or Thai. This is one of the most crowded and colorful neighborhoods in the city. It is also one of the fastest growing neighborhoods. New families move in every day. Not far from Chinatown is Little Italy. Many Italians moved there from Italy in the early 1900s. Some of them stayed in the neighborhood. There are still good Italian shops, restaurants, and cafes in Little Italy. You can hear Italian spoken on the streets. Every year there is a big Italian festival. Greenwich Village is another kind of neighborhood. There the buildings are small, old, and comfortable. In the 1950s and 1960s, the rent for apartments in Greenwich Village was cheap. Young people with little money lived there. For many years writers, artists, and students also lived there. Famous books were written in the neighborhood. Famous artists painted their first pictures there. Greenwich Village became more expensive in the 1960s. So some artists and writers moved down the street to SoHo. There were many old factories in this area. Artists made their studios in these buildings, but then this neighborhood also became too expensive. The artists moved to Brooklyn, and SoHo filled up with fashionable restaurants and shops. The most beautiful and expensive neighborhood in New York is the Upper East Side. That is where many of the city's richest people live. The apartment buildings are large and fancy. The streets are always clean. The shops sell all kinds of special foods and clothing. People from all over the world come to the Upper East Side to shop or just to look in the store windows and dream.       Mark the best choice     3. Little Italy is __________.  





Passage 46 by Sarah Cather Most tourists think that New York is one big city, but in fact, it is made of many different neighborhoods. There are rich neighborhoods and poor neighborhoods, of course. And there are neighborhoods full of people from the same country. These neighborhoods sometimes don't even look like they are part of the same city. The people are different, and so are the buildings. For example, in the southern part of the city is New York's Chinatown. This neighborhood has many Chinese stores and restaurants. It also has some Vietnamese and Thai shops and restaurants. New Yorkers from all parts of the city like to go Chinatown, but most of the people who live there are Asian. The shop signs are all written in Asian languages. Everyone in the shops speaks Chinese, Vietnamese, or Thai. This is one of the most crowded and colorful neighborhoods in the city. It is also one of the fastest growing neighborhoods. New families move in every day. Not far from Chinatown is Little Italy. Many Italians moved there from Italy in the early 1900s. Some of them stayed in the neighborhood. There are still good Italian shops, restaurants, and cafes in Little Italy. You can hear Italian spoken on the streets. Every year there is a big Italian festival. Greenwich Village is another kind of neighborhood. There the buildings are small, old, and comfortable. In the 1950s and 1960s, the rent for apartments in Greenwich Village was cheap. Young people with little money lived there. For many years writers, artists, and students also lived there. Famous books were written in the neighborhood. Famous artists painted their first pictures there. Greenwich Village became more expensive in the 1960s. So some artists and writers moved down the street to SoHo. There were many old factories in this area. Artists made their studios in these buildings, but then this neighborhood also became too expensive. The artists moved to Brooklyn, and SoHo filled up with fashionable restaurants and shops. The most beautiful and expensive neighborhood in New York is the Upper East Side. That is where many of the city's richest people live. The apartment buildings are large and fancy. The streets are always clean. The shops sell all kinds of special foods and clothing. People from all over the world come to the Upper East Side to shop or just to look in the store windows and dream.  Mark the best choice         4. Greenwich Village used to be popular with __________.





Passage 46  by Sarah  Cather Most tourists think that New York is one big city, but in fact, it is made of many different neighborhoods. There are rich neighborhoods and poor neighborhoods, of course. And there are neighborhoods full of people from the same country. These neighborhoods sometimes don't even look like they are part of the same city. The people are different, and so are the buildings. For example, in the southern part of the city is New York's Chinatown. This neighborhood has many Chinese stores and restaurants. It also has some Vietnamese and Thai shops and restaurants. New Yorkers from all parts of the city like to go Chinatown, but most of the people who live there are Asian. The shop signs are all written in Asian languages. Everyone in the shops speaks Chinese, Vietnamese, or Thai. This is one of the most crowded and colorful neighborhoods in the city. It is also one of the fastest growing neighborhoods. New families move in every day. Not far from Chinatown is Little Italy. Many Italians moved there from Italy in the early 1900s. Some of them stayed in the neighborhood. There are still good Italian shops, restaurants, and cafes in Little Italy. You can hear Italian spoken on the streets. Every year there is a big Italian festival. Greenwich Village is another kind of neighborhood. There the buildings are small, old, and comfortable. In the 1950s and 1960s, the rent for apartments in Greenwich Village was cheap. Young people with little money lived there. For many years writers, artists, and students also lived there. Famous books were written in the neighborhood. Famous artists painted their first pictures there. Greenwich Village became more expensive in the 1960s. So some artists and writers moved down the street to SoHo. There were many old factories in this area. Artists made their studios in these buildings, but then this neighborhood also became too expensive. The artists moved to Brooklyn, and SoHo filled up with fashionable restaurants and shops. The most beautiful and expensive neighborhood in New York is the Upper East Side. That is where many of the city's richest people live. The apartment buildings are large and fancy. The streets are always clean. The shops sell all kinds of special foods and clothing. People from all over the world come to the Upper East Side to shop or just to look in the store windows and dream.  Mark the best choice           5.   Apartments in Greenwich Village were usually __________.







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