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Chinese New Year L D R P H TMLF OTDR SCP O H CCL CSFO
Which L do we get in a red packet? a) love b) lion c) lucky money
Which T do we eat at Chinese New Year? a) turnip cake b) tea c) table tennis
Which L gives us light? a) lesson b) lantern c) lunch
Which M likes to eat bananas? a) monkey b) mother c) moon
Which F makes a loud bang? a) father b) fruits c) firecrackers
Which D does a lion do? a) door b) day c) dance
Which O is a strong animal? a) ox b) octopus c) owl
Which T has stripes on its legs? a) toad b) turtle c) tiger
Which D is a creature of the Zodiac? a) duck b) dog c) dinosaur
Which R has two legs and a beak? a) rabbit b) rooster c) reindeer
Which R is a lucky colour? a) red b) race c) really
Which S has no legs? a) Santa b) snake c) spider
Which C gives us light? a) candle b) cake c) car
Which P do we decorate our houses? a) paper blossom b) pear blossom c) peach blossom
Which O is a fruit we eat? a) onion b) orange c) Oreo cookies
Which F do we visit and eat dinner with? a) fat cat b) fairy c) family
Which P is a lot people dressed up and singing? a) parade b) pencil c) party
Which H do you get just before Chinese New Year? a) happy dog b) haircut c) Hello Kitty
Which C watches the fireworks? a) crowd b) cow c) cool
Which C do you decorate your front door with? a) caterpillar b) Coca Cola c) couplet
Which L is the Chinese calendar? a) lunar b) lucky c) lemon
Which H do we have a Chinese New Year? a) horses b) holiday c) hot weather
Which C do you do to your home? a) call b) colour c) clean
Which S do you do to the floor? a) sweep b) sing c) sick
Which O is the animal of 2009? a) owl b) ox c) oyster
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