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1. voracious, gluttonous 2. They can eat garbage double their weight every day.
The DSE English Language exam is fast approaching. With less than two months to go, what can you do to improve your score?
The English language portion of the school-based assessment is worth 15 per cent of your total DSE score. Two English teachers offer useful tips on how to make your answers stand out.
Three second year medical students from the University of Hong Kong are trying to make the DSEs easier for some students. They have created Bridge To Success, a tutoring organisation.
1. criticising2. 403. A test that reveals allergic reactions. / A way to find out what someone is allergic to by pricking the skin and putting a substance under the skin.4. i) NG      ii) T      iii) F
1. too much / excessive/ unnecessary2. is not cool or fashionable anymore3. i) Tii) NGiii ) NG4. i) a thirst for adrenaline/excitementii ) a sense of survival/survival instinct
Young Post asked Cana Elite Education Centre tutor Tim Lee and Emerson Blais, a tutor from NTK Academic Group, for some useful tips for those of your a little nervous about the SAT.
1. It was because her mother died suddenly when she was eight, and her father died of alcoholism two years later.2. an orphan.
Idioms about countries, cities, citizens and their language can be useful to help you describe things better
The IELTS can be your ticket to studying abroad, so here are some experts' secrets to getting the scores you want.