2022 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 2022 DSE English paper 1 marking scheme

Part A Part B1 Part B2 都會包含在內!

2022 DSE English paper 1 Part A

1. i) C [67]

ii) C [83]

iii) D [75]

2. hotly tipped [80]

3. C [54]

4. i) declining book sales [79]

ii) (industry) players struggle to make a living/earn a living [71]

5. comic industry will disappear/is dying//(comic industry has) no future [37]

6. juggle [65]

7. i) artist [30]

ii) illustrations//artwork//work [14] iii) sidejobs [68]

8. C [71]

9. struggling [66]

10. i) Not Given [82]

ii) True [87]

iii) False [77]

11.

SummaryCorrection

 

[25]

 

[24]

 

[50]

 

[52]

 

[50]

i) Elphonso Lam believes that the comic book will continue to gainLose
ii) revenue because original comics can be available at high costs. It isno//zero
iii)easy to call yourself a comic artist as long as you have access to a publisher.Website//computer
iv) If you get enough readers clicking on your online comics, you may become
v) a traditional comic artist regardless of the quality of your work

famous//successful

//popular

 

12. Yes

Evidence: anyone can be a comic artist (all you need is a website)//easier to be popular/famous/access more readers//need not (labour for years to) acquire skills to draw comics and to secure opportunities in the profession.

or

No

Evidence: poor quality//collapse/decline of comic industry [52]

13. (a) toxic storm [38]

14. i) distribution [23]

ii) vendors [29]

iii) dwindling [20]

15. convenience store chains [25]

16. C [63]

17. a bigger market (if he succeeds)//prospect(s) of greater gains if he succeeds//a smaller/shrinking market in Hong Kong [54]

18. i) (first) as a writer [21]

ii) roles [44]

iii) licensing digital content//branching out to other sides of the business//digital content//animation//switching to different markets (or mediums) [21]

iv) CEO [34]

19. A [63]

20. (to show how) culture and history/culture/history is unappreciated in Hong Kong//(to show) people in Hong Kong do not treasure/appreciate their culture and history/culture/history [61]

21.Lam/Elphonso is pessimistic/unsure/uncertain about the future of the (comic) industry//doesn’t foresee/see/think that there will be any improvement in the (comic) industry anytime soon [20]

22. i) creative//innovative//creative and (more) innovative//diversified//diverse [45]

ii) have not updated their kung (-) fu(-) style (comics) [19]

iii) connected//globalized//connected and globalized [34]

iv) (making) money (but/and not history/culture) [63]

23. C [41]

2022 DSE English paper 1 Part B1

24. D [60]

25. i) JOB A [84]

      ii) JOB C [27]

      iii) JOB C [81]

      iv) JOB B [32]

26. 

 

Design skills

Knowledge of property management

Social media skills

Kitchen skills

[26]

[78]

[87]

[28]

JOB A

 

 

JOB B

 

  

JOB C

   

JOB D

 

 

27. advance [26]

28. JOB A 

      Evidence: provide(s)/create(s) (creative) designs (for the image of the retail brand)//create(s) graphics (for social media accounts) [62]

29. (a) new group of workers//(a) person with a number of jobs//(a) slasher//someone who is X/Y/Z [53]

30. (because of) (the) unstable job market//(as a form of) safe-keeping their own incomes [66]

31. (a/any) slasher (with multiple sources of income)//a person with a number of jobs/multiple jobs [23]

32. it/being a slasher/slashing can make/makes him/her/one (more) employable//he/she can be (more) employable [31]

33. A [48]

34. working on her/your/Emma’s/reader’s own business//slashing//being a slasher [13]

35. i) risks [57]

      ii) time [40]

      iii) cash flow//confidence [57]

36. they/(many) employers/recruiters/headhunters do not believe/disbelieve young people’s/slashers’ ability(ies)//young people/someone their age have/has a (wide) variety of skills//a (wide) variet of skills are (deeply) ingrained in slashers/young people//disapprove of individuals who have worked multiple jobs at the same time [20]

37. (the/those/these) characteristics//the typical behaviour patterns [16]

38. i) NOT mentioned [68]

      ii) NOT mentioned [44]

      iii) Mentioned [51]

       iv) NOT mentioned [41]

39. i) D [39]

      ii) E [57]

      iii) B//D [61]

      iv) F [32]

      v) A [62]

40. D [47]

41. (many) employers//recruiters//head hunters//bosses//(job) interviewers (of corporation(s)/organisations/companies) [21]

42. craftsman: Agrees [68]

girlartisa: Disagrees [71]

bellaneil: Disagrees [44]

i) creative talents//artist//craftmen//artists and craftsmen [36]

ii) (very) fulfilling//interesting//on the rise//nothing new [54]

iii) no choice [21]

iv) (slasher) experience [58]

v) patronised [43]

vi) make a living//survive [53]

2022 DSE English paper 1 Part B2

43. i) (high-level STEM) research [50]

     ii) consumers [58]

     iii) essential [73]

44. (the) engine [30]

45. AI/AI software/smart machines and humans/human beings/workers/employees/people [44]

46. over the long haul [52]

47. B [66]

48. the fact that AI (is) (being) used by small businesses//the fact that all business(are being)(can be) transformed by (the) implementation/use of AI//(the) implementation of/application of AI in small businesses [21]

49. i) hire/employ most people in the US [34]

      ii) in real time [30]

       iii) no extra hours/time labouring over the books//no other expert(s)/expertise in/of finance, accounting or human resources//no hiring of experts//no hiring of any other expert(s) in finance [24]

50. i) privacy can/could be/is safeguarded/protected [22]

ii)discrimination [90]

iii) bias(es) in algorithmic(-)decision making can/could be overcome(in emplyment practices) [18]

iv) (the) role of human judgement [66]

v) (smart) machines/AI can outthink us/humans/human beings //(certian elements of) human judgement(s) is/are (still) indispensable [32]

51. (suddenly) injects/is (suddenly) injecting bias(es) into everyday life (en masse) [22]

52. decisions/predictions/judgement(s) made by AI is/are not objective//still have/has bias(es)//AI is not as objective as people (may) think it is/seems/appears to be [4]

53. i) resume(-)screening [21]

ii) all sorts of biases//human biases//bias(es)//favouritism [55]

iii) human gatekeepers [32]

54. i) those/people at the top levels of bank/banking industry [11]

ii) prevent redlining//prevent discriminating/discrimination [22]

55. legally on the hook [53]

56. i) (loan) applications [33]

ii) (the most) creditworthy borrowers [40]

57. ubiquity [80]

58. (the) consumers, shareholders (and) (highly prized) AI (technical) talent(s) [11]

59. C [62]

60. i) Liability from misuse √ [41]

ii) (issues) in autonomous vehicles [35]

iii) industry(-) specific panels (of experts) [23]

62. big tech companies/business leaders refuse responsibility for AI’s harmful consequences (while/and) fighting government oversight [17]

63. the (social and) ethical implications of new technologies/technology [8]

64. i) D [47]

      ii) E [52]

      iii) B [56]

       iv) D [50]

       v) A [72]

      vi)  C [70]

65. B [62]  

 

2022 DSE English paper 1 答對率小於50% 題目

Part A

Q7(i)

Q7(ii)

Q11(i)

Q11(ii)

Q13

Q14

Q15

Q18

Q21

Q22(i)

Q22(ii)

Q23

Part B1

Q25(iv)

Q26(JOB A)

Q27

Q31

Q32

Q33

Q34

Q35(ii)

Q36

Q37

Q38(ii)

Q38(iv)

Q39(i)

Q39(iv)

Q40

Q41

Q42(bellaneil)

Q42(i)

Q42(iii)

Q42(v)

Part B2

Q44

Q45

Q48

Q49

Q50(i)

Q50(ii)

Q50(v)

Q51

Q52

Q53(i)

Q53(iii)

Q54

Q56

Q58

Q60

Q61

Q62

Q63

Q64(i)

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