I transcribe it below:
完成句子 Complete the sentences.
I came out with these answers:
Teacher Li not only likes to watch movies, he also likes to watch TV.
He not only can walk, he likes to swim.
Not only can I cook Chinese food, I can also eat Chinese food.
I'm not certain these are even suitable answers, and they don't seem particularly elaborate or interesting.
Question: Are my answers to this question about 不仅 appropriate, and how can I make them more elaborate?
My reflections on my answers:
The first is unexciting; it seems 李老师 is the most boring person in the world. Possibly ...他也以前是电影中的表演 is more interesting (...he used to act in movies), but it's a bit out-of-character for 李老师, and it seems strange to begin the sentence pointing out how he likes to watch movies if we're subsequently going to say he acts in them.
For the second, I'm envisaging a toddler who is just starting to walk, and their (proud) parent talking about their child's abilities. I'm unsure about this, but couldn't come up with a satisfying answer.
The third is meant to be a joke; the grammar indicates the sentence would continue with something more exciting, but instead it's unexpectedly mundane. I was also thinking of something along the lines of ...而且我也会做西餐, but there seems to be a mismatch between 中国菜 and 西餐 (and I'm not sure if 西菜 is actually a thing).