2016 DSE english paper 1 【marking scheme】

Spencer Lam
Spencer Lam
英文補習名師,港大一級榮譽,多年英文補習經驗,歷年來曾教授超過1000名學生,學生遍及各大名校,由初中至成人英語皆可因材施教,獲《TVB》、《Now TV》、《經濟一週》、《晴報》、《親子王》、《經濟日報》等專訪
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以下是 2016 DSE english paper 1 marking scheme

Part A Part B1 Part B2 都會包含在內!

2016 DSE English paper 1 Part A

  1. i) 6 [84] ii) 3 [89]
  2. i) 9 [38] ii) 4 [81]  iii) 2 [82] iv) 5 [72]
  3. B [84]
  4. c [73]
  5. knocking on wood // (keeping a) rabbit’s foot // lucky charm ( X eliciting help from a tree god // paintings on door during Spring Festival // any examples of superstition from Text l) [89]
  6. i) T  [56] ii) F [68] iii) NG [72]
  7. people want to control their destiny (by warding off bad luck while enhancing the good) // people are look for an effective way of improving the good fortune in their lives (for many centuries) // people thought luc was a strange force that could only be controlled by magical rituals and bizarre behaviour (X outdated and incorrect thinking makes superstition magical to improve good)   [78]
  8. D [50]
  1. he thinks superstitions are outdated / irrational / unscientific // he doesn’t think superstitions work / trust superstitions // he’s skeptical // luck is not a magical ability or the result of random chances (X luck) [44]
  2. A [49]
  3. C [70]
  4. i) to examine why (some) people consistently encounter chance opportunities (whereas others do not) [62]
    ii) questionnaire [76]
    iii) newspaper [83]
    iv) (how many) photo(graph)s (were in the newspaper) // the number of photo(graph)s / pictures (in the newspaper) [79]
    v) message (contained on the second page) // text [52]
    vi) finish faster // get / spot / see / find the message / it // get the answer faster/ in (a few seconds) (X count the number of photos faster / in seconds) [41]
    vii) they were less tense / anxious // they were more skilled / better at creating and noticing chance opportunities [44]
    OR
    vi) notice the unexpected // create / notice chance opportunities
    vii) their thoughts and behaviour are responsible for much of their fortune
  5. (the principle of) how / the way lucky and unlucky people deal(t) with ill fortune in their lives // counterfactual thinking (is often associated with perceptions of luck) (x ill fortune in their lives // it illustrates a lucky life is not just about noticing chance opportunities)      [34]
  6. i) bronze (medal winners) [66]
    ii) if they had performed slightly worse they would not have won any medal // they think it would be better to have a medal than no medal // they are satisfied / happy they won a medal // they think counterfactually [41]
  7. (scientific) research // ‘my’ / his / Wiseman’s research / work // radically new way of looking at luck // (x luck // the role that luck plays in our lives) [60]
  8. i) change the way we think and behave / our thoughts and behavior // thinking more positively [20]
    ii) move away from a magical way of thinking //in any (encourage people to) move towards a more rational view of luck [77]
    iii) use science and skepticism (to increase the level of luck, happiness and success in people’s lives) // debunk superstitious thinking / behaviour
  9. i) D [41]
    ii) B [58]
    iii) C [63]
    iv) B [76]
    v) D [36]
    vi) A [55]
  10. i) X
    ii) 2 [69]
    iii) 4 [30]
    iv) 1 [62]
    v) 3 [69]

2016 DSE English paper 1 Part B1

  1. i) F [75] ii) T [73] iii) T [61] iv) NG [60]
  2. the food was tasty / mouthwatering // the food usually is gone / sold quickly because it tastes so good / is so popular // hard to meet the food truck [35]
  3. (Fred’s great pork) sandwich ( X homemade French fries) [37]
  4. i) blank ii) √ iii) √ iv) blank
  5. alfresco (dining) (X spectacular )    [58]
  6. as early as possible // soon [21]
  7. c [441
  8. (in the) West // Western countries // (on the streets ofmany) cities in the West [371
  9. food hawkers [78]
  10. food trucks [34]
  11. i)fill the same niche // competition with hawkers // harm hawkers // impact on long-standing culinary tradition [28] ii)        (Hong Kong is a small city) land is expensive / scarce // difficult to find suitable / affordable locations (to do business) [61] iii) traffic (is busy) // (could make) congestion (worse than it is already)            [63] iv) hygiene (issue) // (would have to) discharge waste (water) in the street [60]
  12. D [60]
  13. conduct (feasibility) studies / research // protect / consider the harm to hawkers // consider the effect of food trucks on Hong Kong / hawkers [60]
  14. i) (food) hawkers [49] ii) tradition / history [48] iii) unique [28] iv) tourists // people [66]
  15. D [48]
  16. food hawkers have moved indoors / in food courts // no longer eating outside in dirty streets (x problems were solved)  [25]
  17.  C [47]
  18. Tai PO Industrial Estate (X some vans selling lunch boxes) [32]
  19. A [43]
  20. C [59]
  21. Hong Kongers / young people would be seen as trendy and stylish // eating food truck food would be considered trendy and stylish (x food trucks would be seen as trendy and stylish // it is very convenient) [21]
  22. i) issue(d) [15] ii) die(s) / retire(s) [5] iii) expires // will expire [16]
  23. B [38]
  24. it is not worse than street stalls selling other snacks // critics are exaggerating the problem (that these vehicles could bring to the city’s streets) // (not a problem because) hawkers / stalls (selling fish balls) already exist / operate in similar conditions [12]
  25. people who don’t like / are against food Wucks // people who are concerned about hygiene / congestion // critics // (people like) Chris Wong // [20]
  26. A [39]
  27. i)are very / more convenient // offer a cheaper alternative to restaurants // cheaper than restaurants // deliver / cater / sell good quality food (at affordable prices) [33] ii) offer a variety / different dishes / wider range of culinary optionsn(X able to cater to the demands of the city’s very demanding diners) [13]
  28. i) 5 [39] ii) 7 [51] iii) X iv) 6 [50]

2016 DSE English paper 1 Part B2

    1. nightmare [80]
    2. to show / prove / tell readers.. , how much / ferocious the competition was // the difficulty/challenges of the food truck business // that Mexicue struggled to find good parking spots // how difficult it was to secure a solid location // that they struggled to find good parking spots [48]
    3. (David) Schillace and (Thomas) Kelly // the owners / partners / co-founders (of the food truck) [59]
    4. B [78]
    5.  
Reasons for opening the food truck 
  • cheaper / cost less money (than opening a restaurant) // cost less $1003000
  • lower risk / higher chance of success (than opening a restaurant) // small initial investment needed
  • allowed them to test concept without having to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars
  • business model looked attractive chance to earn a lot of money // could make $2000-$3000 on a good day

(2 marks) any two in any order

[76]

[71]

Reasons for the company’s initial success 

·      early adopters // got in early into the market

·      good parking spots // it was parked around skyscrapers where exists many customers

·      less competition

·      (New York) city was hungry for refined street food / willing to pay higher  in any order prices to reward culinary entrepreneurs

(2 marks) any two in any order

[47]

[26]

Challenges faced by the company 

·      competition (is ferocious)

·      finding good parking spots

·      (New York) police (Department) handing out tickets // ticket-issuing cops crackdown by regulators

·      inclement weather

(3 marks) any three in any order

[75]

[71]

[66]

Changes made to the company’s operations 

·      open a restaurant / (their first brick-and-mortar) store

·      used the truck as a billboard / advertisement / as their brand and image

·      the fruck now serves food at festivals, corporate events and even weddings

(2 marks) any two in any order

[62]

[20]

  1. i) the overall trend of food trucks is ridiculous and morally reprehensible       [46]
    ii) (media) treating food trucks as a new form of cuisine // as some breakthrough invention (when they are nothing more than a way to deliver food to consumers) [21]
  2. i) food trucks are an outdoor version of food courts / are grouped together in parking lots (instead of in a shopping mall food court)   [58]
    ii) food trucks have a (more) limited menu (than restaurants/traditional eateries) // restaurants have / offer more variety in their menu foodwise         [38]
  3. foodwise [53]
  4. C [71]
  5. B [86]
  6. they are afraid to go to (the) ethnic restaurants(in) / diverse neighbourhoods [66]
  7. when they bring quality dining / food (selections) to places where it is pedestrian-unfriendly // bring food to buildings where there is nothing within walking distance [59]
  8. selling the same / similar food // pizzerias already exist // there are (rent-paying) pizzerias near the food trucks which serve pizzas // there is no need for a food truck [15]
  9. they are low-skilled / not skilled // not good enough/ qualified to run a restaurant // not real chefs [33]
  10. A [33]
  11. small wonder (x clearly) [41]
  12. food trucks can drive away (and disappear / before its customers expire) [51]
  13. C [41]
  14. i) F [60]
    ii) T [80]
    iii) NG [82]
  15. C [44]
  16. she is (joking about being) brave to try the food (from a food truck) / ethnic food / Ethiopian food // she is         joking / mocking about the quality / dangers of food from food trucks
    (X As the Economist went to press, it had not yet killed her // the food is bad/ low quality)
  17. injera (with tilapia) // Ethiopian food // the nosh // the food from the truck
  18. B [24]
  19. D [51]
  20. they carry / transport cockroaches // they are dirty / filthy // not enough inspections and therefore there are cockroaches // poor / low hygiene [42]
  21. not letting (food trucks) operate on streets // only allowing food trucks in parks and parking lots (and not in the streets) // allowing food trucks in parks and parking lots but not in the streets [29]
  22. legal wrangling // to protect (the immobile) restaurant (trade) // arguments / debate in Alexandra City Council [46]
  23. She wants her readers to think (seriously) about her argument / consider her point of view / to think twice about not supporting food frucks [13]
  24. i) Text 10 [51]
    ii) x
    iii) Text 9
    iv) Text 8

2016 DSE English paper 1 答對率小於50% 題目

Part A

Q2 i

Q9

Q10

Q12 vi,vii

Q13

Q17 i,v

Q18 iii

Part B1

Q21

Q24

Q25

Q26

Q28

Q29 i

Q32 i ii iii

Q33

Q34

Q35

Q36

Q37

Q39

Q40

Q41

Q42

Q43

Q44

Q45

Q46 i

Part B2

Q48

Q51

Q52

Q53 ii

Q59

Q60

Q62

Q64

Q66

Q67

Q68

Q69

Q71

Q72

Q73

Q74

 

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