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1. To enhance its flavour and colour. 2. tea leaves, hot water, evaporated milk and sugar 3. The habit of drinking milk tea has spread from the grassroots to every social class.
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When it comes to test day, you know what you know. The hard part is getting over the anxiety.
The first written HKDSE exam starts tomorrow, but what can you do to prevent yourself from making any careless mistakes in the run-up to your own assessments?
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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