In many places like Britain and Italy, if you leave the house without your wallet, you'll be 61 a difficult situation all day. But in China's largest cities, you can enjoy your day just with a smartphone.
The other day,I set out 62 (see) how far a phone would get me in the country's capital. Admittedly,I was surprised to discover how 63 (convenience) it was.
I used my phone to call a taxi to meet my Chinese friend, Zhang Ming, 64 would guide me to get around Beijing. We paid for breakfast by 6 5 (scan)a QR code on the window of a restaurant selling pancakes, one of China's most popular street breakfasts. My purchase cost 6 yuan and 66 (take) just a few seconds. At a nearby coffee shop, 67 (it) owner scanned a QR code on my phone. As we sipped <小口喝）our coffee, Zhang Ming paid her household water bill. She used the same simple process to pay other bills and even her rent. We also paid by phone for the Taxi, movie tickets and food 68 (deliver).
I have known from Zhang Ming that from tiny street stands to large chains, 69 amazing number of people accept mobile payment, 70 (most) through popular apps Alipay and WeChat.
62．to see【解析】考查动词固定搭配。set out to do表示“着手做某事；开始做……”。
66．took【解析】考查动词时态。and并列两个谓语动词，时态需保持一致。cost - cost - cost，经上下文判
69．an【解析】考查冠词。an amazing number of.…表示“多到令人惊讶的”。