( )41. It’s located in Tai’an, Shandong Province. Of the Five Sacred (神圣的) Mountains in China, it is the most important.
( )42. People also call it “the Changjiang River”. It is the longest river in China.
( )43. It’s in Guizhou. It is 77.8 metres high and 101 metres wide. Come here and you can visit a special place, Water-Curtain Cave (水帘洞).
( )44. It’s in Jilin Province. The average depth (平均深度) of the lake is 213 metres.
( )45. It is 8,844.43 metres high. People first climbed to the top of it in 1953.
A. Mount Tai, one of the Five Sacred Mountains in China
B. Mount Wutai, a sacred land to Chinese Buddhists (佛教徒)
C. Mt. Qomolangma, the highest mountain in the world
D. Tianchi Lake, the deepest lake in China
E. Huangguoshu Waterfall, the largest waterfall in Asia
F. The Yellow River, the second longest river in China
G. Yangtze River, the third longest river in the world
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