DSE Writing常用字 【實用奪星詞語】

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以下是 DSE Writing常用字 的最詳細列表



學會Level 5+的 DSE Writing常用字 




DSE Writing常用字


Part A:200字

Part B:400字

詞語 1: 重要

important (adj.)

significant  (adj.)

crucial (adj.)

critical (adj.)

vital (adj.)

Example: It is important for the police to strike a balance between freedom of expression and social order.

Example: It is significant for the government to increase the number of university places for local students.

詞語 2: 忽略

neglect (v.) 

overlook (v.)

ignore (v.)

Example: It is clear that our society neglects the rights of foreign domestic workers.

Example: Many countries have overlooked the potential of renewable power resources.

詞語 3: 著名

famous (adj.)

reputable (adj.)

renowned (adj.)

well-known (adj.)

Example: The movie industry in Hong Kong is famous for its kung-fu movies.

Example: The Mass Transit Railway system is reputable for its reliability.

詞語 4: 被譽為

known as (v.)

hailed as (v.)

acclaimed as (v.)

Example: Hong Kong is known as Pearl of the Orient.

Example: Hong Kong is hailed as a shopping paradise.

詞語 5: 足夠

enough (adj.)

ample (adj.)

sufficient (adj.)

Example: There is ample rainfall in Indonesia.

Example: The schools in Hong Kong do not have sufficient facilities for extra-curricular activities.

詞語 6: 承認

admit (v.)

acknowledge (v.)

recognize (v.)

Example: While Internet slang is funny, it should be admitted that it may be indecent and compromise our communication skills.

Example: Many teachers in Hong Kong are conscientious and enthusiastic about nurturing students. Nevertheless, it should be recognized that the moral standard of some of the teachers is far from satisfactory.

詞語 7: 不斷的

continuous (adj.)

incessant (adj.)

endless (adj.)

ceaseless (adj.)

Example: Incessant noise has irritated the residents nearby.

Example: Endless conflicts will slow down the economic development of Hong Kong.

詞語 8: 堅持

insist on (v. ph.)

persist in (v. ph.)

Example: Despite coughing and sneezing ceaselessly, Mr. Yu persisted in working 16 hours a day and completing the essay.

詞語 9: 忙於

busy (adj.)

occupied (adj.)

occupy (v.)

Example: Many sixth-formers are busy preparing for the HKDSE next year.

Example: The government is busy formulating policies to help the poor.

詞語 10: 專心於

immersed in (adj.)

absorbed in (adj.)

engrossed in (adj.)

dedicated to (adj.)

Example: Lee Wai-sze is absorbed in achieving excellent results in international cycling competitions.

Example: Many teachers are respectable because they are engrossed in nurturing the next generation.

詞語 11: 沉迷於

indulge in (v.)

obsessed with (adj.)

hooked on (adj.)

Example: Many non-engaged youths indulge in playing online games.

Example: He is addicted to drugs. As a result, his health is deteriorating.

詞語 12: 無處不在

ubiquitous (adj.)

pervasive (adj.)

Example: When you walk in the street, Korean pop culture is ubiquitous.

Example: Smartphones are pervasive in our daily life. We use them anytime anywhere.

詞語 13: 歸屬感/滿足感/成就感

sense of belonging

sense of satisfaction

sense of achievement

Example: Teenagers can gain a sense of satisfaction by doing voluntary work and helping the underprivileged.

詞語 14: 面對

face (v.)

encounter (v.)


Example: The government plans to expand the landfills in Hong Kong. However, it encounters a lot of opposition from the residents of Tsueng Kwan O and Tuen Mun.

詞語 15: 禁止

ban (v.)  banned

forbid (v.)  forbade

prohibit (v.)

Example: To safeguard students’ health, schools should ban tuck shops from selling junk food.

Example: The government prohibits people from smoking in most public venues.

詞語 16: 阻止

keep (v.)  kept

deter (v.)  deterred

prevent (v.)

Example: Severe punishment can deter pet owners from abusing animals.

Example: Regular exercise can prevent  us from suffering from the flu.

詞語 17: 控制

control (v.)

check (v.)

contain (v.)

curb (v.)

Example: Parents and schools should cooperate with each other to monitor the behavior of rebellious teenagers. This can curb the problem of youth crimes. 

Example: As China is so large, the Chinese government cannot contain the problem of privacy.

詞語 18: 珍惜

treasure (v.)

cherish (v.)

Example: We will organize the exchange trip in the coming summer holiday. Treasure this opportunity to improve your English.

Example: As students are so busy with their schoolwork, they should cherish the opportunity of PE lessons to exercise their body.

詞語 19: 蔓延、猖獗

rife (adj.)

rampant (adj.)

Example: Cyber-bullying is very rife in Hong Kong. Offenders are often very young.

Example: Corruption was rampant in the 1950s and the 1960s. Policemen always took bribes from the public.

詞語 20: 流行

popular (adj.)

fashionable (adj.)

in vogue

all the rage

Example: Online shopping is getting more and more popular.

Example: In many western countries, body piercing is fashionable.

Example: Since the early 2000s, Korean dramas have been in vogue.

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